And one celeb in particular has had a profound impact on one little boy, after they claimed formidable quizzer Anne Hegerty was his hero.
Hegerty said that she doesn't usually bring up her diagnosis herself, but that if somebody else does, she's "happy to talk about it".
"I didn't raise the autism issue".
Hegerty, 60, who came to prominence as one of the "Chasers" on the ITV game show The Chase, revealed she was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome in 2007 before entering the jungle and has spoken of her difficulty coping since the show began at the weekend.
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The first episode of I'm A Celeb saw the celebrities split into two teams and separated into different camps which has been done many times in past seasons.
The 11-year-old, who was filmed sitting on the sofa in his uniform before school, said he was "really excited".
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He wrote: 'To Anne, My name is Joseph Hughes and I am 11. Get Me Out Of Here! star was seen breaking down on tonight's show as she was nominated for the second Bucktucker Trial. I have to line up the mirror neurons up in my head and go this, this, this ...
Anne's The Chase colleague Mark "The Beast" Labbett took to Twitter to admit he felt "really bad" for voting for the star to do the trial after watching her struggle. I couldn't go in there because there are too many bugs.
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Meanwhile Clark-Neal made his admiration for Hegerty plain on Twitter, declaring: "I LOVE ANNE HEGERTY".
She tweeted: "I hope everybody watching at home appreciates just how far @anne_hegerty is going outside of her comfort zone".
Anne previously told how the condition had led to her misreading signals from potential love interests - but also believed it has helped her quiz knowledge.
She also admitted that she is "faceblind" meaning she could get "some of the campmates mixed up".
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