I’m A Celeb fans left feeling ‘stressed out’ as they slam ‘tricky’ WiFi code task


I’m A Celebrity viewers were left feeling “stressed” as they tuned in to watch the campmates try and win each other’s letters from home in a gruelling memory task on Monday night

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I’m A Celeb : The stars struggle with the wifi code challenge

I’m A Celebrity fans have been left feeling “stressed” by the show’s most recent task.

Viewers were on the edge of their seats as the celebrities took part in a special WiFi code task in a bid to try and win each other’s letters from home.

The celebs were tasked with remembering a six digit code – made up of two letters, two numbers and two special characters – and inputting it into a computer to win their pal’s letter.

But they have slammed the task as impossible, branding it “intense” as they confessed they wouldn’t have done very well with it.

“This is stressing me out so much #ImACeleb,” one wrote.

Another added: “This is far too intense @antanddec#ImACeleb.”

A third shared: “It’s so tense watching them try remember the codes, imagine the heartache if someone gets it wrong #ImACeleb,” with a fourth adding: “this is so intense trying to remember the codes myself and failing. the campmates are doing so well #imaceleb.”

Others were convinced they’d never be able to complete a task like this.

“Mate I would mess up the code so bad #ImACeleb,” one said.

A second wrote: “I couldn’t do this wifi challenge . It took me over a decade just to memorise my mobile number. #ImACeleb,” with a third adding: “I can’t remember any of them #ImACeleb.”

A fourth penned: “I’ve forgotten the first 2 digits before they’ve even put the phone down ha! #ImACeleb.”

Before the challenge, Adam Woodyatt said some of them should have a lot of success as there were quite a few actors in camp.

“Without a doubt, any of the actors should do better in that challenge because we’re used to learning scripts,” the former EastEnders actor said, “We’ve got very, very good short-term memories. But what you can’t take away from that challenge is the pressure because you’re doing it for someone else.”

Snoochie added: “The pressure of having to play for someone else’s letter is literally the worst thing I think I’ve experienced being in this Castle,” with Louise Minchin sharing: ” To be responsible for somebody else’s letter… [that’s] a massive amount of pressure.”