Nat makes it over the bridge
Trembling Natalie Appleton had to be given oxygen to stop her fainting after she tackled her tree-top htucker Trial last night, 200ft above the I'm a
09:50 23 November 2004
Trembling Natalie Appleton had to be given oxygen to stop her fainting after she tackled her tree-top Bushtucker Trial last night, 200ft above the I'm a Celebrity jungle camp.
The former All Saint was crying for her mum even before she put on the harness for her test, where she had to push a shopping trolley along a mid air cable to win meals for her celeb pals.
"Mummy I can't do this," the mother-of-two whimpered. "I'm not happy. Help me. Help me!"
When Ant and Dec told the singer that viewers had picked her for the Canopy Calamity trial, she told them she was petrified of heights: "It's my ultimate fear, but I'll do it for my kids."
Still, the shaking 31-year-old proved herself by collecting all ten of the orange and red stars in her sky-high test, winning the camp seven meals.
She yelled to her 11-year-old daughter: "There you go Rachel, I did it!"
But when she came back down to earth that she had to be given oxygen by the camp's medic Bob because she felt so faint.