Last night the nation tuned into ITV to watch the return of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and they were certainly in for a treat.

Credit: ITV I'm A Celebrity

As always, the show started with the celebrities getting to know each other, and then making their way into the jungle.

One group made their entrance by jumping out of a helicopter, while the other had to 'walk the plank' off the edge of one of Gold Coast's high-rise buildings.

Jack not being able to walk over the building whilst Toff offered encouragement was probably one of the best parts of the first episode, but could the scene have all have been faked?

Well, according to the internet, it may have been. Check it out for yourself again here:


Credit: ITV I'm A Celebrity

In the footage, a woman is seen walking underneath the stars who were supposedly '334 feet in the air'. However, the scale and perspective all looks a bit off.

Illuminati confirmed?!

Facebook user Tom Smith posted about the clip, and now tons of people have commented on the picture trying to work out whether or not it's real

Credit: Tom Smith Facebook / ITV I'm A Celebrity

Tom captioned the screenshot: "Bottom left that woman's rather large considering she's 320 plus foot lower than the celebs!!!"

Since it was posted the picture has gone viral, with thousands of I'm A Celebrity fans sharing and liking the odd image.

One user wrote: "No way that can't be true. there not even high up ... that's just ruined how funny Jamie was last night now[sic]."

Credit: I'm A Celeb/Instagram

Another commented: "I reckon they do it but it's no where near as high as we think...."

While it could just be an video editing error, viewers seem furious with the show and some believe that they've been 'lied to' about how high the challenge really is.

Could Ant and Dec sit on a throne of lies?

Featured Image Credit: Tom Smith Facebook / ITV I'm A Celeb

Katey Roberts

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