Iain Lee broke down in tears after being unable to complete his Bushtucker Trial on Saturday's episode of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!'.
The comedian and radio presenter admitted that the underwater 'Temple of Gloom' challenge - which was made up of a series of tunnels and chambers through which he had to swim and collect 11 stars - was "really traumatic", and he didn't make it out of the first chamber.
He said: "I feel gutted. It was really traumatic. I'm not a very strong swimmer. The camp are going to be you know, they'll be gutted. It was on my head. Terrible terrible. Literally the best I could do was that."
He told hosts Ant and Dec: "I'm not a strong swimmer. That should have been ok. That box was tiny. I couldn't catch my breath. I just started panicking and yeah, I ballsed up. Sorry guys. Sorry kids. My kids would have loved that. You boys would have done that easy."
And he told his campmates: "I couldn't do it. I couldn't do it. It was f**king horrible."
Although he was worried he had let his campmates down, boxer Amir Khan reassured him.
He said: "Don't be upset. Listen. Don't be upset. We are the team. We're going to come back stronger from this guys. Don't be upset. Go and have a shower, go and relax and we'll have a proper chat later."
Becky Vardy added: "Iain came back from the trial and basically as like a broken man and that was just the most horrific thing to have seen.
"It's really horrible. I hate seeing people upset as it is. It just brings back the reality of how desperate people are to do well for the team bit you know we're not going to win them all. I think we all need to accept that. We all have accepted that."
However, Amir and Becky both later admitted they hated to see peoplecry as it showed weakness.
Becky said: "I hate crying, I feel like it shows weakness," and Amir added: "That's why I don't do it as well, show weakness and people walk all over you."
But, Jamie Lomas said in the Bush Telegraph: "It's not a weakness, it's a strength sharing your emotions and there is nothing wrong with that, real men cry."
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