Babatúndé Aléshé has faced many fears during his first week on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

The comedian was unable to complete his first task on the show, in which he was asked to walk a plank that was hanging 32 storeys over busy Australian streets.

The affectionately nicknamed 'Baba' overcame his fear during a second trial, in which he was hoisted into the jungle air to collect stars from a metallic structure.


In a clip from ITV 2's The Stand Up Sketch Show, which aired in February, Babatúndé revealed that he had moved from London to Stevenage, to keep his children away from gangs.

He said during his stand-up routine: "We moved to Hertfordshire, which sounds nice because it starts with the word 'heart', do you get it?

"But, we moved to a small town in Hertfordshire called Stevenage.

"For those who don't know, Stevenage is like the white version of Peckham, it's rough.

"Anywhere that starts with the name Steven, you know is rough.

"It's a scientific fact that guys with the name Steven, with a V, are more likely to push over a tram because England have been knocked out of the Euros.

"That's how rough my area is."

Babatúndé Aléshé will take part in tonight's trial 'Angel of Agony', along with Boy George and Chris Moyles.