Will the watching millions pity the her and her fellow camp stars whenever they need to spend a penny in that grotty loo? Probably not.
Apparently, there isn’t much privacy for anyone using it, either.
I’m A Celebrity’s ding dunny (ITV)
Alongside Yvette, Brian Friedman, George Shelley, Lady Colin Campbell, Tony Hadley, Jorgie Porter, Duncan Bannatyne, Susannah Constantine, Kieron Dyer and Chris Eubank are in for a harsh reality check.
Comforting luxuries and clean toilets will be a distant memory for the contestants on the hugely popular ITV jungle series presented by Ant and Dec.
What other, er, “delights” are on offer in the new place they will all call home over the next couple of weeks?
The red throne
Camp leaders will get sit on this much more hygienic throne… (ITV)
The future king or queen of the jungle can get in some practice sitting on this throne as camp leader. Over the course of the series, they will be appointed in different ways.
Executive producer Tom Gould explained the thinking behind it…
“This is the first time we’ve had a leader in camp for a few years,” he said.
A vending machine
Is the new vending machine there just to torture the celebs? (ITV)
Look at all the snacks and sweets! But is that all the jungle camp mates will be able to do – look?
Is this some form of torture to remind them all what they’re missing when they tuck into the basic rice and beans dinner? If so, it’s evil… we love it!
Show bosses will give the celebrities a treat from time to time because the machine works with “dingo dimes”. But it won’t always be stocked with food.
The dingo hut
Who will get to hide in this hideaway? (ITV)
This is a new hideaway and the celebrities will have to win their way in. Ooh!
The telephone box
Who will make the right calls on I’m A Celeb? (ITV)
The traditional red telephone box, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, makes its customary appearance in the jungle clearing.
But it’s not open for SOS calls…
Camp mates can expect to be joined in their beds by creepy crawlies (ITV)
Forget innerspring and memory foam mattresses – we’re talking basic with a capital B.
Welcome to the jungle, celebrities.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! starts on ITV, Sunday, November 15, 9.00pm.