I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is heading into the final this weekend where another celebrity will be crowned winner.
One person who knows what it is like to take part in the show is former campmate Jake Quickenden.
He spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about his time in the jungle and revealed a behind-the-scenes secret.
When discussing a scenario in the Bush Telegraph, Jake explained how this is the celebrities form of communication with the outside world.
Whilst some viewers may think the campmates are allowed to request to speak their management or agents, they are in fact completely cut off.
“No, no one ever asked,” Jake explained.
“I can’t imagine you’d be able to talk to your management. Especially because they could give you information about the outside. I don’t think you’d be able to do that.
“I, and loads of others, went in there to get away from management and the outside world.”
Jake also discussed what the Bush Telegraph really looks likes from the inside.
“It’s like God,” he joked.
“There is literally a camera, and a voice. And say if you’ve got a problem, you can go in there and talk it out, and they would just talk back.
“I actually really liked it in there, it was a good laugh,” Jake added.
The former X Factor contestant also explained how he would constantly ask the production crew for information.
“They [the cameramen] don’t talk to you. They don’t give you any information.
“They literally, they’re silent with you.
“I kept asking for the football results and they wouldn’t give me them!”
Since taking part in I’m A Celebrity 2014 and coming runner up, Jake was recently seen winning Dancing On Ice earlier this year.
This Christmas however, Jake is making his acting debut.
He will be appearing in the pantomime production, Cinderella at Kings Theatre Portsmouth.
The X Factor star will be playing Prince Charming, alongside West End sensation Natasha Barnes who has taken the lead role.
Jake explained how he was “excited” to be on stage again and take on the role.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2018 returns tonight at 9pm on ITV.