I'm A Celebrity...Get Two More In Here! Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich take a speedboat into the jungle to join fellow campers after braving a box of 30 snakes

There were nine nine the camp after olympian Leisel Jones was voted off but on Monday the dynamics were dramatically shaken up when couple Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich dropped in.

The original Bachelor, 30, and lawyer girlfriend arrived fresh faced at the camp on a speedboat to join their fellow celebrities in reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The 27-year-old criminal lawyer said upon arrival: 'My worry is I wear make-up every day and I really need Tim. I'm a little nervous, I hope they won't judge me for that.'

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Surprise arrival: The original Bachelor Tim Robards and lawyer girlfriend Anna Heinrich arrived fresh faced  on a speedboat to join their fellow celebrities in reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on Monday

Surprise arrival: The original Bachelor Tim Robards and lawyer girlfriend Anna Heinrich arrived fresh faced on a speedboat to join their fellow celebrities in reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on Monday

Here they come: The pair arrived on a speedboat to join their fellow celebrities when Anna expressed her concerns about wearing make-up daily

Here they come: The pair arrived on a speedboat to join their fellow celebrities when Anna expressed her concerns about wearing make-up daily

Before meeting their fellow teammates, the pair first braved a jungle initiation of their own involving a box of 30 slithering snakes.

Despite her anxiety, she and chiropractor Tim, 30, who fell in love on the first Bachelor show in 2013, took turns to place their trembling hands into a glass box of snakes and pulled out a staggering 11 stars worth of meals for their campers.

Visibly shaking, Anna said at one stage: 'Now I'm really scared, I don't even know what angle to go in, there are so many of them.'

Bracing themselves: Before meeting their fellow teammates, the pair first braved a jungle initiation of their own involving a box of slithering snakes

Bracing themselves: Before meeting their fellow teammates, the pair first braved a jungle initiation of their own involving a box of slithering snakes

Terrified: Visibly shaking, Anna said at one stage: 'Now I'm really scared, I don't even know what angle to go in, there are so many of them'

Terrified: Visibly shaking, Anna said at one stage: 'Now I'm really scared, I don't even know what angle to go in, there are so many of them'

The pair high-fived and kissed in between turns before leaving to join the unsuspecting camp members.

Anna received a warm welcome from actress Maureen McCormick who showed her around the camp while Barry Hall patted Tim on the back later saying: 'You earn eleven stars for the camp and you earn your stripes.'

The previous night the Channel Ten series saw swimmer Lisel leave, while former Miss Universe Australia Laura Dundovic braved a Tucker Trial.

Tense: The pair high-fived and kissed in between turns as they placed their hand among snakes

Tense: The pair high-fived and kissed in between turns as they placed their hand among snakes

Tense: The pretty lawyer put her fears aside to brave a box full of 30 snakes as beau Tim (Right) looked on with hosts Chris Brown(Left)  and Julia Morris (centre)

Tense: The pretty lawyer put her fears aside to brave a box full of 30 snakes as beau Tim (Right) looked on with hosts Chris Brown(Left)  and Julia Morris (centre)

Strong: Anna revealed she relied on Tim a lot and said she hoped fellow campers wouldn't judge her harshly for that

Strong: Anna revealed she relied on Tim a lot and said she hoped fellow campers wouldn't judge her harshly for that

The 27-year-old was required to stand on logs beneath five boxes filled with either slime and algae, maggots, offal, mealworms or dead cockroaches and critter crud, ready to fall on her. 

Containing a mixture of living and dead terrors in the clear hanging boxes, the beauty queen needed to net three plastic stars from inside each box, with one star giving her camp mates one meal, each day for the next three days.

Choosing to start with the dead cockroach and critter crud combo, the brunette beauty missed all three stars, ending up with only a bad taste as she spit out some bits that got into her mouth.

Travelling by water: The dynamics were dramatically shaken up when couple Tim and Anna dropped in

Travelling by water: The dynamics were dramatically shaken up when couple Tim and Anna dropped in

Laura caught two stars as mealworms dropped from their box, winning six meals for the camp over the next three days - but it wasn't smooth sailing.

'Ohhh, I think I got a few in my bra!' Laura Dundovic said trying to shake them out of her clothing.

The show's co-host Julia Morris helped by pulling off a lingering mealworm from her decolletage.

As the box full of maggots fell on the model and TV presenter's head, she missed out on all the stars and ended up just getting a bunch of the squirmy critters down her top.

Reaching her limits? Former Miss Universe Australia, Laura Dundovic, quit Sunday's Tucker Trial challenge when she was slimed with algae infused green gunk after nabbing just two stars for the camp

'Got a few in my bra': The beauty queen had to shuffle and shake her top as she had mealworms and maggots fall down her bra during the challenge

'Got a few in my bra': The beauty queen had to shuffle and shake her top as she had mealworms and maggots fall down her bra during the challenge

Poised for the fallout: The brunette stood hesitantly under four of the five boxes waiting nervously for the junk to fall all over her

Poised for the fallout: The brunette stood hesitantly under four of the five boxes waiting nervously for the junk to fall all over her

Jiggling around and pulling the insects out of her bra and black strappy top, again Julia came over to help the beauty queen who appeared close to tears.

Laura also missed out on the stars inside the box of slime and algae that coated her luscious locks, which were tied back in a ponytail.

After getting done with the green goop, the former Miss Australia pulled her glasses off and told the hosts she was ready to rinse off, despite one more box to go.

Saying her goodbyes: Olympic swimmer Leisel Jones was the first to be voted out of the camp by viewers on Sunday

Saying her goodbyes: Olympic swimmer Leisel Jones was the first to be voted out of the camp by viewers on Sunday

'Did you want to rinse off with offal?' Julia offered, with the beauty queen refusing without a second's hesitation.

Dr Chris Brown tried to convince her otherwise but she wasn't budging and instead uttered the famous phrase 'I'm a celebrity...get me outta here!' to end her Tucker Trial.

Looking as if she was about to cry, the beauty queen nodded quietly and wiped the slime off her arms as the hosts told her not to be discourage and to be proud of the fact that she attempted this challenge, unlike the last time.

Bye bye: Leisel told the radio show that she's surprised Chrissie Swan and Joel Creasey (pictured) are both struggling in the jungle

Bye bye: Leisel told the radio show that she's surprised Chrissie Swan and Joel Creasey (pictured) are both struggling in the jungle

'It's tough because I did four of them [boxes] and only caught two stars, it's a bit disappointing,' Laura told the camera as she walked back to camp following the challenge.

Coming back to camp covered in slime earned the former Miss Universe Australia a few cheers from the waiting camp.

The team congratulated her for giving the Tucker Trial a red hot go and hiding their disappointment when Laura told them they'd be hungry because she only managed to catch two stars.

Recently eliminated contestant, Olympian Leisel Jones told The Kyle & Jackie O Show on Monday morning, she thinks the brunette beauty queen will be the first to ask to leave.

'Laura's very, very keen to get home,' she told the breakfast radio show from South Africa.

'If I could have swapped with her, I reckon she'd be so ecstatic. I'd love to swap - I would have love to have done another week there,' the former swimmer added. 

Get Me Outta Here! The Olympian became the first eliminated contestant in the inaugural series

Get Me Outta Here! The Olympian became the first eliminated contestant in the inaugural series

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