Good Morning Britain presenter and I'm A Celebrity hopeful Kate Garraway was held up during her entry to Oz because of the amount of fake tan she had in her suitcase.
She'll be heading into the Aussie jungle in time for the show's start on Sunday, but she was delayed by Brisbane airport officials after they discovered the beauty product.
Kate laughed that she'd brought it all during a flight break in the United Arab Emirates.
"I bought some fake tan in Abu Dhabi," she told The Sun , "As I thought best to get that tan all over every part of my body, and they wouldn't let me through customs.
"I had to have it put in its own special box. I was held up by my fake tan.
"I've got a lot of swimming costumes. It's quite hard as there's bits of my body that I'm trying to cover up. I was looking for one that starts up here and goes down to my ankles."
She's already tried on the swimsuits and sought the opinions of fellow GMB hosts Susanna Reid and Ranvir Singh.
Kate continued: "We did have a big try on session. But I haven't brought all of them."
Heading Down Under has put some space between her and famously opinionated fellow host, Piers Morgan.
"I am very excited about coming to Australia," she joked, "There's quite a lot of distance between me and Piers right now."
Kate will be joined in the jungle by a roster of other big names. Helping her fend off the creepy crawlies will be former Girls Aloud bombshell Nadine Coyle.
Nadine revealed: "I am so really looking forward to this huge challenge. I would never have tipped myself to do it.
"They have been asking for years and years, maybe three or four years. And then I just thought I would do it. My daughter is now five and I just think it would be a good thing to go and do it and she will go, 'She's so brave.'
"She trusts that I have everything under control and she's wrong!"
Nadine also addressed a clip of herself saying she feared she'd die.
"That is absolutely the truth," she laughed, "Not in jungles, but it is dangerous. I'm not a huge fan of rats and things like that."
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