I’M A Celeb’s female stars are yet to recreate Myleene Klass’s bikini pose in the shower – so Sun readers have done it for them.
Myleene Klass' iconic jungle showers have left celebs with a lot to live up toCredit: ITV
And fans have complained because former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle has yet to use the jungle shower either.
For the sake of their campmates, today we launch an SOS - Save Our Showers - urging the ladies to make a splash.
And to show them how it’s done, Sun readers peel off and explain why a jungle shower is really nothing to get in a lather about.
Vanessa did not mind stripping offCredit: Olivia West
Vanessa Powell says she would use the jungle shower every dayCredit: Olivia West
OFFICE worker Vanessa Powell, 50, from South London, says: “If I was in the jungle I’d use the shower daily.
"I’d want my two daughters to see I am still proud to wear a bikini despite my floppy bits.
"Kate should go for it.”
Aleesha says she didn't used to be as confidentCredit: Olivia West Commissioned by the Sun
Aleesha says she now accepts her body the way it isCredit: Olivia West Commissioned by the Sun
ALEESHA HANSEL, 31, from Birmingham, works in TV production. She says: “Wear your bikini with pride.
"Until a year ago I would wear a full-body costume and sarong but now I’ve learned to accept my body.”
Becky says it is sad the celebs are not being braveCredit: Olivia West Commissioned by the Sun
Bella says if she can do it, everybody canCredit: Olivia West Commissioned by the Sun
SINGER Becky Bennett, 32, from Herts, says: “It’s really sad that these beautiful women are unsure about showing their bodies on telly.
"Ladies, get a bikini on and jump in that shower.
"If I can, you can!”
Lou wants women to help encourage each otherCredit: Olivia West Commissioned by the Sun
Lou Mussington says women should not have regretsCredit: Olivia West Commissioned by the Sun
GYM administrator Lou Mussington, 26, from North London, says: “Life’s too short.
"If the I’m A Celeb ladies embrace their bodies then viewers will get the message that we all look OK just as we are.”