Jo Beth Taylor at first sight of the challenge
Jo Beth Taylor at first sight of the challenge

Jo Beth and Laurina not seeing eye to eyebrow

We are now well and truly into the second week of Im a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Australia, and personalities have been clashing.

With Brendan Fevola and Shane Warne having a spat, Anthony Callea and DJ Havana Brown, and now Jo Beth Taylor having some heated words with Laurina having over the camp mirror and Jo Beth's contact lenses.

The simple truth is, all contestants are tired, hungry and personalities in any situation do clash. The "pressure cooker" environment they are in only accentuates these feelings.

Jo Beth is taking some heat from many #TeamLaurina people on the social forums at the moment, however it was only last week that Laurina was in her own world of trouble with #IACNow host Joel Creasey pushing for her to do every challenge.

With the Australian public voting using social media, Jo Beth finds herself in the one position that frightens her more than anything else - heights.

Being given the challenge labeled "The Worlds End", Jo Beth needed to scale a 10 metre tower suspended on the edge of the canyon.

With 11 minutes on the clock, needing to climb and collect a series of flags fastened to the structure to win meals for camp. This is the tallest and most difficult task ever created on any of the series world wide.

Her obvious terror at the task doesn't prevent her from doing what one of the shows host couldn't do in a test run, and using Paul "The Chief" Harrigen and her son Christian as verbal inspiration, returns to camp with seven stars, resulting in much needed food to the rest of the celeb's.

Later that day, Jo Beth finds she is voted to do the very next challenge involving snakes, spiders and rats. 



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