Wrighty, 56, who is struggling in camp, may be questioning his decision to sign up to another reality show.
In his autobiography he wrote about the 2003 show: “There was something called I’d Do Anything and it really made me ask myself, ‘What am I doing here?’ Maybe I saw the title as some kind of writing on the wall.
“When I was told about it the format sounded fantastic.
“But they managed to turn it into a series of sh** dares.
“We’d just started to see the beginnings of the I’m A Celebrity type of thing, and that was what they were starting to go for here.
“It became all about seeing people having to eat bugs or spending the night in a room full of cats. It was ridiculous and I was dying!”
He added: “It was around this point I started thinking I didn’t want to do it any more.”
Ian then became a football pundit and is now a fan favourite on Match of the Day.