The 71-year-old was chosen by the public to take on the Rep Vile Centre.
Harry looks positive as he’s told what lies ahead of him but after the klaxon sounds, he appears a little more nervous.
During the task, Harry comes face-to-face with enormous pythons and crocodiles.
Inside the first box, the former Spurs boss has to crawl on his hands and knees alongside some rather angry looking lizards.
At the end of the box, he shoves his hand into a concealed container where he manages to pull out a magnet.
Guided by Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly, Harry then crawls back to where he started and guides a star along a Perspex tube with the magnet.
Once he’s got it in his pouch, Harry can move onto the next box – and it’s certainly scarier than the first.
For seconds, Harry has to face jungle pythons followed by crocodiles.
After this, he faces up to a perentie – the fourth-largest living lizard on earth – before finishing off in a box packed with carpet pythons.
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It is Harry’s toughest challenge on the hit ITV show so far and will only be made harder by his physical state.
Earlier this week, a source told The Sun: “Harry is the oldest campmate and there are now genuine worries over his health.
“He is struggling to eat, has lost a lot of weight, and is too tired to do much more than sit around.”
James McVey has selflessly been offering Harry half of all of his vegetarian meals in a bid to keep up his strength.
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