I'm A Celeb continues at 9pm on ITV tonight.
It comes after there was uncertainty about her future on the show after some viewers gave her presenting debut a negative reception.
Holly Willoughby is proving to be a seriously entertaining host alongside Dec on this year's I'm A Celebrity and as we see Emily Atack freak out whilst taking on "Viper Pit" in the first bush tucker trial of the year, Holly is nearly as nervous as her, admitting to Dec she's "never seen anything like this".
So is Holly Willoughby quitting I'm a Celebrity? .
As bookies shorten the odds on Holly being replaced by another presenter before the series is out, ITV have made a statement about the furore. A spokesperson said to Hello Magazine that Willoughby will not be replaced, and called the notion 'absolute rubbish'.
McPartlin has taken a break away from TV following his drink-driving conviction. "We are very happy with Holly presenting alongside Dec", a spokesperson added.
Pakistan 37-0 after set 176 to win first Test
It was the second such loss for the home side in as many years as they lost against Sri Lanka by 21 runs at the very same venue. The visitors resumed their incomplete innings with 81 runs on the score board and seven wickets in hand after lunch on day one.
She's facing the first trial of the 2018 series of I'm A Celebrity.Get Me Out Of Here. I love Ant and want to send him my best wishes and support for a continued recovery. It's totally unexpected to do this.
"Here's an interesting fact for you - the person who has been in the first trial for the last two years, has won the whole show."
Despite some of the negative comments about Holly's debut in the jungle, there have been plenty of fans praising her as "hilarious" and telling her she is a "natural" alongside host Dec, 43.
In a move to prove her comedy chops, Holly kicked off the show by parodying her day job on 'This Morning'.
As Emily, 28, begins her jungle journey, a tweet from the TV star has resurfaced which saw her criticising 2012 contestant Helen for her reaction to the Bushtucker Trials.