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I’m a celebrity boy George and Scarlette Douglas were spotted paddling a dinghy to meet co-stars

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I’M a Celebrity stars Boy George and Scarlette Douglas left luxury behind by paddling to an island during the show’s launch.

The new series launched on Sunday night and Boy George, 61, and A Place in the Sun’s Scarlette, 32, switched from a luxury yacht to a tiny inflatable boat to meet their co-stars.

Boy George and Scarlette traded the yacht for a dinghy
The couple stuck and each took a paddle for the trip
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Despite the tough task, Scarlette was in a good mood
They were met by Chris and Olivia when they made it to the island

Singer George was unmissable in a colorful printed coordinated set, while Scarlette looked like she was going on holiday in a lime green jumpsuit.

George and Scarlette donned orange life jackets, appeared to get stuck and were seen with a paddle each as they made the trip.

Despite the tough swap, the two made it safely to Stradbroke Island and were welcomed by Chris Moyles and Olivia Attwood.

George and Scarlette were previously seen sailing onto the show alongside rugby royal Mike Tindall and soap hunk Owen Warner.

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Some of her I’m a Celeb colleagues were previously photographed taking part in the terrifying Walk The Plank challenge – one of whom withdrew.

The Sun exclusively revealed that Gogglebox’s Babatunde Aléshé pulled out of the dizzying task after 45 minutes on the clock.

Babatunde, 36, was joined by Lionesses star Jill Scott and news anchor Charlene White for the challenge – which sees the celebrities step out on boards hanging from a 32-story building overlooking the Gold Coast.

The process, renamed The Ledge in this year’s series, was hampered by windy conditions.

A viewer said: “Babatunde was really struggling during The Ledge and everyone felt for him.

“It’s really a horrific task and no one can grasp the magnitude until you get there.”

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