I’m A Celebrity, hosted by TV presenting duo Ant and Dec, sees a host of celebrities leave behind their lives of luxury to live in the jungle for around a month.
The celebrities, this year consisting of YouTuber Jack Maynard, Olympian Amir Khan and former football player Dennis Wise, are required to camp together and work together to provide food in gruelling – and normally disgusting – bush tucker challenges.
Recently, it was revealed the three crucial things all the stars of the hit ITV show are required to do before entering the jungle.
And now, another I’m A Celebrity secret has been leaked, thanks for jungle medic Bob.
According to Cosmopolitan, there is a reason behind one of the items of uniform the stars are required to wear on the show.
Bob the medic revealed that the contestants of I’m A Celebrity are required to wear red socks on the show to stop blood stains from showing up on camera.
The reason Celebs have to wear red socks so blood form insect bites don’t show up on camera – and scare ITV viewers [ITV]
That doesn’t sound too safe to us?
In other I’m A Celebrity packing news, it was also recently revealed just how little the contestants are allowed to pack.
Included in the packing list is only three pairs of underwear and three pairs of swimming wear.
See the full list of what the star’s are allowed to pack here.
I’m A Celebrity 2017 debuts on November 9 on ITV.