Comedian Joe Pasquale has slammed this year's series of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! for being "easier".
He won the fourth series of the show back in 2004, which was filmed in Australia like normal, whereas this year has taken place in North Wales.
The 59-year-old spoke to This Morning hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on Friday about his new pantomime, but they couldn't help and ask about his time in the jungle.
Joe didn't hold back, saying: "To me it seems easier – for a start, they've got hot water!
"We had no hot water at all. Janet Street-Porter moaning to me about doing washing up in cold water.
"Where's the hot water, Janet? We're in the jungle!"
Seeing as he believes I'm A Celebrity has been "easier", there's no surprise that he'd return to the shot "at the drop of a hat".
Tonight (Friday) will see the finale of the 2020 series, with either Jordan North, Vernon Kay or Giovanna Fletcher taking home the crown and sceptre.
Thursday night's episode saw EastEnders legend Shane Richie voted out, meaning he missed out on a place in the final three.
The finale will see the three remaining camp mates treated to luxury last meals before they leave Gwrych Castle.
Radio host Jordan has requested a prawn cocktail, as well as a dessert of angel delight and jelly.
Podcast presenter and author Giovanna will be chowing down on fish and chips and a side of Bruschetta.
While television presenter Vernon asked for Marmite on toast.
And it's Jordan, who was virtually unknown to many before the series, who is tipped to take home the King of the Castle title.
The northern lad is the bookies' favourite to win, with Ladbrokes giving him odds of just 5/6 to win.
Giovanna is in second with odds of 6/4, while Vernon looks to be the outsider at 13/2.
Jordan stole the hearts of the nation after powering through trials despite seemingly being terrified of absolutely everything.
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