Man mountain David Haye was knocked to the floor by blasts of water and flying balls in the latest 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' challenge.
The heavyweight boxer was joined by remaining campmates Ashley Roberts, Charlie Brooks and Eric Bristow as they fought to win food in the energetic Celebrity Cyclone task.
But despite hitting the deck, David and his fellow contestants returned triumphant, securing four meals in six minutes.
David Haye gets knocked down
David, clearly proud of their performance, said: "Everyone promised themselves that they were going to give 100% and that's exactly what happened. All of us go back with four stars, we should be eating well hopefully. I'm buzzing."
As part of the challenge, the remaining four campers were dressed in coloured pants and capes and had 10 minutes to place stars on various markers while being soaked by water and targeted with balls fired from cannons.
The contestants also won a variety of treats including Cheddar cheese and phone calls in a darts challenge. Charlie was able to call her daughter Kiki, seven, after her campmates decided she deserved one of the two phone calls.
Ashley Roberts in the water challenge
Kiki said: "I miss you mummy, you are doing really well, you have lost a lot of weight, I've been watching and I can't tell you how proud I am of you. You are the best mummy, you will win it now, I want to be the princess of the jungle! I love you!"
Chatting with the group, Ashley admitted that during her time in the Pussycat Dolls she was relatively unknown compared with lead singer Nicole Scherzinger.
She said: "Even in the group I wasn't allowed to talk, we were told to be quiet. Only Nicole was allowed to talk, we would occasionally pitch in."
When Charlie asked her if that drove her crazy, she replied: "Are you serious? Why do you think the band broke up? U2 are still together and they split everything down the middle."
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