The 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' camp mates will get "bitten to shreds" over the next few days as mosquitoes are set to invade the jungle following a bout of wet weather.

Jamie Lomas

Jamie Lomas

The celebrities - including Jamie Lomas, Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo, Jennie McAlpine and Rebekah Vardy - have only just entered Croc Creek but it looks like some of them will be begging to return to normality by the end of the week as little blood-sucking insects are set to set up temporary home in their camp due to the humid temperature in Queensland.

Executive producer Oliver Nash told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Celebs will get bitten to shreds as it's so humid. It's going to drive them nuts."

But it's not just mosquitoes that will wreak havoc for the stars as medic Bob McCarron is certain that he'll have to remove at least three ticks from their flesh at some point.

Bob explained: "A minimum of three of them will have ticks. It will happen.

"They are my biggest problem. They are OK if you get them off within 12 hours but, any long, you get general malaise and headaches."

There are also some deadly creature lurking in the camp shower waiting to strike when the celebs strip off and take a quick dip when the temperatures start to climb.

Bob said: "It [the snake] is as long as my finger and is a dirty brown colour. They've enough poison to kill 12 people. They couple wipe the camp out, in theory."

And there's no way the stars can avoid showering as Bob told them before they entered the famous camp that there's a high chance they will get a fungal infection if they don't clean their bits - especially under their boobs - properly.

He told The Sun newspaper: "The problem with large breast implants it 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 the women don't clean under their breasts they can get a fungal disease. They do need to use the jungle shower a lot."