Keira Maguire has entered the South African jungle as an intruder on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
Keira Maguire has entered the South African jungle as an intruder on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here. Nigel Wright

Intruder Keira makes herself at home in I'm A Celeb camp

"How do I look?” Reality TV villain Keira Maguire has made herself known in the South African jungle.

The former Bachelor contestant tonight entered the camp on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! as an intruder and was instantly assigned her first Tucker Trial.

"I can't even stop shaking, what is going on?” she said.

"My legs are like shaking. I have been here (in South Africa) for like so long. I'm like, 'just get me in the jungle already'.”

Told she'd be sleeping on Nazeem Hussain's old bed after he relocated to Tom Arnold's digs when he was evicted on Sunday night, Maguire quipped: "That better not be second hand.”

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Keira Maguire has quickly made herself known in the jungle. Picture: Nigel Wright/Ten.

Keira Maguire has quickly made herself known in the jungle. Picture: Nigel Wright/Ten.Source:Supplied

The 30-year-old's first job in camp will be to join AFL legend Dane Swan in doing the Grim Gallery trial to secure extra food for the celebrity campmates who have been in there for two-and-a-half weeks already.

"I am really scared,” Maguire said.

"I feel nervous. It is so nice to meet you all. I watched the first couple of episodes and then I've literally been here the whole time”

For Grim Gallery, Maguire and Swan will stand in front of eight paintings on a wall and take turns in pushing their heads through the artworks into critter boxes behind the wall.

They will have to use their tongues to get stars off of a threaded bar inside of the box, with the likes of snakes, rats, flies, ants, scorpions and spiders contained within.

  • The journalist is in South Africa as a guest of Channel Ten.


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