In a shiny office, a large number of miles in the Australian jungle, comedian Rob Beckett is nursing a personal injury: a perfectly round red patch, bang in the middle of his forehead.
"I've reached get wed on Saturday! I'm 2 Day Diet Japan
Lingzhi a bit worried it's not going to go in time,"
he states ruefully.
"It was an accident. I've a little plunger stuff that I personally use to support my phone, and that i got bored and started putting it on my head last night--"
It's a busy month or two for Rob. After the special day, he's jetting Down Under to front a new number of I am a Celebrity's ITV2 spin-off show Get Me Out Of Here! NOW!, alongside Irish presenter Laura Whitmore and former show winner Joe Swash.
Freak forehead incidents aside, the trio's excitement is palpable as they giggle, talk over each other and exclaim their way through our interview.
"It's like a back-to-school feeling. We don't know who's going in, therefore it is like we don't know what teachers or what subjects we will get," enthuses 29-year-old Laura, who interviews the contestants once they've left the jungle and talked to the main show's hosts, Ant and Dec.
"I'm like, 'Where the hell can i acquire some summer dresses in this weather?' But it is actually perfect timing. November's not the best month to become [in the UK], after which we're back just in time for Christmas."
During the time of our interview, the presenters insist they are fully aware nothing about this year's celebrity line-up, although Laura has her eyes on Simon Cowell like a dream contestant.
"Because he's always the boss, and always in comfortable situations. I love to see people out of their comfort zone. I'd love to see Ant and Dec inside too, but they won't ever."
"It's normally the dynamic more than the person," Rob adds. "You have somebody with a big name go in and you think they will be amazing, however, you don't know once they're inside. So as long as we have someone who's loud, someone who's quiet, someone tidy, someone messy, you realize those individuals will clash with each other."
Ex-EastEnder Joe, 32, was crowned king of the jungle in 2008 after winning viewers over with his happy-go-lucky attitude and friendship with Star Trek's George Takei.
During his stint, he passed time collecting wood for that camp, and recommends the 2010 celebs keep busy to prevent conflict. "You have to do something, if you're not doing trials, you're just stuck in the camp all day, and that is what breeds hatred and enables you to wish to kill people.
"It's a jungle inside, it's just like a big playground!" he adds. "There are animals, you will find dams to be made, and that i was younger then, so I was interested in everything. There are so many different characters, you discover about people. I'm quite nosy, so I need to know about people as well as their lives."
Once the contestants have setup camp, it doesn't take very long for them to forget you will find cameras watching their every move.
"When you've been recording stuff all day, before long you do not really care," explains Rob.
Laura adds: "You can see once the contestants first go in, they go into the Bush Telegraph and say, 'Oh, this person's so nice', and then a next day of they're like, 'They're not pulling their weight'. It changes so quickly."
Aside from the financial gain (some former contestants are rumoured to possess commanded six-figure sums), the show offers celebs the chance to turn their public image around.
"I remember hearing Mark Wright would do it and I thought, 'Oh, it's that eejit from TOWIE, after which he made it happen and I was like, 'Actually, he's really nice'," says Laura.
"And also, if you want to lose a few pounds, it's great! [Christopher] Biggins lost two-and-a-half stone."
Not too stars look their best after 3 weeks within the jungle; as Joe highlights, additionally they "stink of campfire and BO".
Around the spin-off show, the former jungle king gamely tries out some of the bushtucker trials - which have included swallowing a tarantula and eating a camel toe and witchetty grubs.
"I couldn't do them in England," he says, before gesturing to a platter of fresh fruit. "I couldn't even eat that strawberry, because I don't like hairy fruit, however in Australia I'll consume a fermented egg. It's my little mission no longer to state no to anything. I haven't said no yet. And it is nice to push yourself."
Laura and Rob, meanwhile, are pleased to look at proceedings from a safe distance.
"I perform the best job in the world - I get to see [the camp], and discuss it, after which I recieve to return to my nice hotel," says Laura.
"I know an excessive amount of about this, where the cameramen are, and I understand how hard it's. I do not think people realise how hard it's."
It would have a "hefty amount" of cash to get Rob inside like a contestant. "I become bored on the three-week all-inclusive holiday. Never mind when you've got to cook your personal 2 Day Diet Lingzhi dinner."
The presenters see lots of the great outdoors during filming anyway, having a treehouse-style set, which Rob describes as "the closest you ever reach being in Jurassic Park".
Laura adds: "You have to opt for it. It's live TV - it's a beautiful thing."
* I'm A Celebrity-- Get Me Out Of Here! returns to ITV, and i am A Celebrity-- Get Me From Here! NOW! returns to ITV2 on Sunday, November 16.