Larry Lamb wants to quit 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'.
The 69-year-old actor - who is one of the favourites to win the show - has managed to survive two weeks in the Australian jungle, but it seems the pressure of sleeping rough and the lack of food is starting to get to him now as he's hoping to bow out soon.
Former camp mate Lisa Snowdon, who became the second contestant to leave the jungle on Sunday (27.11.16) night, has confirmed the star is "ready to go."
Speaking on 'Good Morning Britain' on Monday (28.11.16), Lisa said: "Larry won't leave, none of them will leave (voluntarily). But they are ready to go."
But the former glamour model is keen for Larry to make it through to the end.
She explained: "Larry is amazing, we got on so well, and our relationship was one of the strongest for me in there.We cooked together we chatted together, he's an amazing man. I would like him to stay."
And Larry even begged former camp mate Danny Baker - who was the first to get the boot on Friday (25.11.16) evening - to share his tips on how to get evicted.
Danny told The Sun newspaper: "Larry is good to go. He looked over and gave me the eye as I went out. He said 'what did you do? Tell me what you did and I'll do it today.' "
Producers first became concerned that the former 'EastEnders' star - who is understood to be one of the most expensive signings of this series - could walk out after he showed signs he was struggling over recent days.
In Saturday (26.11.16) night's show, he stunned viewers and his fellow camp mates when he locked horns with 'Homes Under the Hammer' star Martin Roberts.
He called him "a f***ing lower middle class snob" after they disagreed about who should do the Bushtucker Trial.