I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! intruders Anna Heinrich and Tim Robards.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! intruders Anna Heinrich and Tim Robards. Channel 10

The Bachelor's Tim and Anna crash I'm A Celebrity

IT WAS a reality TV crossover on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! tonight.

The two lovebirds from the first season of The Bachelor Australia went into the African jungle tonight as I'm A Celebrity's first intruders.

Sydney-siders Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich met on the inaugural season of The Bachelor and are the reality dating show's success story following second Bachelor Blake Garvey's short-lived engagement to Sam Frost.

But before entering camp the good-looking couple had to pass a tucker trial involving 30 snakes.

Anna Heinrich takes part in a tucker trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Supplied by Channel 10.
Anna Heinrich takes part in a tucker trial on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Supplied by Channel 10.

Tim and Anna then surprised the nine remaining celebrities roughing it in a basic base camp in South Africa.

Olympic swimmer Leisel Jones was the first person eliminated from the show last night.

The intruders managed to secure all 11 stars so the celebrities could enjoy as many meals as possible for AFL star Barry Hall's birthday.

But they also served as a reminder to the other contestants of the loved ones they were missed from home.

Lauren Brant and Laura Dundovic have been voted as the next celebrities to take part in tomorrow night's gross drink themed tucker trial.


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