Matt Hancock, Sue Cleaver and Jill Scott got the chance to leave the I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! camp after they won a day on the beach.
The group won balls during a recent task which gave the famous campers the chances to win a place on the day trip.
Ahead of Thursday (November 17) evening's show, a trio of winners were photographed having fun in the sun.
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MP Matt took the role of chef alongside Corrie actor Sue and Euro winning footballer Jill.
This meant hungry Hollyoaks hunk Owen War has missed out on Surf and Turf on the beach despite his fellow contestants trying to help him win a place by putting his name on extra balls which were drawn out.
Ahead of the trip in the Bush Telegraph, Mike Tindall admitted: "On a beach, BBQ, surf and turf… sounds absolutely amazing."
Chris Moyles said: "I should go, 'Look guys, even if I win, I’ll give it to someone else', but I won’t."
During Wednesday's (November 16) episode, Sue chose to put Owen's ball in the draw ahead of her own, but still managed to win the prize.
The three contestants were taking by helicopter away from the jungle.
ITV viewers will watch Jill, Mike and Owen take on scary Scareground trial in upcoming scenes.
Actor Owen seemed to get the raw deal as he was fitted to a rotating wheel and plunged into a tank full of eels in front of his campmates during the gruelling challenge.
Jill also didn't have it easy either as she had to rummage in a cage filled with critters and pick out balls in a bid to get stars for camp.
Mike could be seen fitted to a spinning wheel on the ground and covered with plenty of jungle debris in a teaser video clip.
The former rugby ace has been desperate to test himself in a trial after former health secretary Matt was chosen for a whopping six Bushtucker Trials.
At one point, Geordie hosts Ant and Dec stepped into instruct Owen: "Owen, get looking for balls!", with Dec replying: "That's your own ball, Owen!"
It comes after Chris Moyles only managed to get one star for camp in his chaotic Boiling Point trial, meaning it was vital the trio secured as many meals as possible.
I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! continues every night on ITV1 at 9pm
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