Spending night after night after night in the jungle with all the creatures that go with it - rats, snakes, spiders and whatever else is hiding in the undergrowth - is bad enough, but now the contestants of I'm A Celebrity... have been given something else to worry about.

According to The Mirror, the show's Medic Bob has issued a health warning to those ladies taking part who have, um, larger assets. Yes, apparently those female camp members with bigger boobs - by that they mean fake - are at more risk of developing a fungal infection.

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Bob said: "The biggest problem I have with people with large breast implants is that because of the humidity in the jungle, fungus grows very quickly on your skin and with big breast implants if they are rubbing on their chest and if they don't clean under their breasts they can get a fungal disease.

"They do need to use the jungle shower a lot, I tell them to keep clean and wash every day, twice a day, and some don't."

While he didn't mention her by name, we assume that Medic Bob has, among others, 35-year-old Rebekah Vardy in mind.

That's because the wife of Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy - who met the striker when she was hired to organise his birthday party in January 2014 - recently admitted going under the knife and getting a boob job in her 20s.

But it was Made In Chelsea star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo, who became the first female celebrity to wash in the show's famous shower.

The return of the show last night also marked the return of host Ant McPartlin, who has recently spent some time in rehab, resulting in rumours that he was being replaced by Holly Willoughby.

"It's me and the gorgeous Holly Willoughby!" announced Ant's co-host and partner in crime, Declan Donnelly with a cheeky grin on his face

"What? Sorry, what?" replied Ant, pretending to be shocked. But it was all in jest as the pair then hugged it out.

"It is good to be back," said Ant. "You're still a nice cuddler, ain't you?"

At the end of Monday night's episode, boxer Amir Khan and Georgia Toffolo were selected for the season's first Bushtucker Trial.

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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