In the first cage, green slime and fish guts was poured over Anne's head as she attempted to figure out the codes to unlock the padlocks and retrieve the stars.
Ms Jarvis also shared the exciting news to an elated Joseph that the letter has been sent from the people behind Thunderbirds and they are 'going to send him a little something'.
He wrote: 'To Anne, My name is Joseph Hughes and I am 11. I have to line up the mirror neurons up in my head and go this, this, this ...
A young boy with autism has written a heartwarming letter to I'm a Celebrity...
"I think you are very fearless for going in the jungle, I couldn't go there because there are too many bugs".
However, when a viewer responded saying "it's hardly Bear Grylls survival", The Vixen was forced to explain exactly why Anne is so fearless for opting to go in the jungle.
In footage filmed before entering the jungle she said: "I've had to learn a lot about what I can and can't do and what I can and can't cope with". You are very clever.
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Anne's quiz show co-star, 36-year-old Jenny, has taken to Twitter to show her support for her 60-year-old colleague, and expressed to fans how hard it is for her to take part in the show. So you like Thunderbirds? I love them. My favourite is Thunderbirds 2. "My daughter for 1 is unique and we hope to see you crowned queen of the jungle!"
'Good luck in the jungle I hope you win.
She explained she might need some time out on occasion.
Anne said: 'People always say to me "Where do you keep your autism?" and I always says "It's it's behind my front door and I'm not coming in"'. Get Me Out Of Here! star was seen breaking down on tonight's show as she was nominated for the second Bucktucker Trial. "You got two [stars]".
He died previous year and Hegerty, who said elements of being in the jungle are stressful due to her condition, believes he would have been cheering her on in the jungle.
She also revealed how the syndrome costed her a job in proof-reading as her inability to multi-task led to her under-performing.
Just a few hours previously, Hegerty had been chosen to be part of the Snake Rock camp with Emily Atack, Rita Simons, James McVey and Fleur East, but the team had lost the challenge to get to live in the best of the two campsites on the show. She has appeared on the show, which is presented by Bradley Walsh, since 2010.