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Jo Beth conquers her fear of heights on I'm A Celebrity

Jo Beth Taylor conquers her fear of heights in the World's End tucker trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Jo Beth Taylor conquers her fear of heights in the World's End tucker trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Channel 10

NOOSA'S Jo Beth Taylor has proven she can do more than argue with Laurina Fleure on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Last night the mother and former TV star faced her fear of heights in the tallest tucker trial ever attempted on the reality franchise.

Suspended 600 metres above a canyon, she climbed a tower to try to retrieve seven flags.

Jo Beth Taylor conquers her fear of heights in the World's End tucker trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Jo Beth Taylor conquers her fear of heights in the World's End tucker trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Channel 10

"I'm really scared of heights…. but I've got to give it a crack," she said.

She managed to retrieve six out of the seven flags, earning some much- needed food for her camp mates.

"I was so full of adrenaline and none of my muscles would work… I don't know how I was meant to do it," she said.

Taylor will have to back up today after viewers voted her into tonight's tucker trial.

She's still tipped by SportsBet to be the next celebrity eliminated from the show on Sunday.

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