The Jump 2017: Celebs plagued by stomach bug and mysterious 'sex ghost'
Almost all of the contestants have experienced a bout of illness and it has been reported that two of the stars have changed rooms due to a so-called "sex ghost".
Sir Bradley Wiggins, Josie Gibson and Kadeena Cox are the lucky ones who managed to avoid the virus.
It is believed to have been spread by Emma Parker Bowles's one-year-old daughter who had the illness during preparation in Austria.
"My baby started it actually. She gave it to me," the 43-year-old revealed.
Amy Willerton, who replaces the injured Vogue Williams, commented: "We were all slowly eating knocked out. Less and less people were coming to training."
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Mark Dolan found the funny side of the virus, joking: "It's been good news for me because I hit my target weight!"
However, there have been more problems for the contestants on the Channel 4 show.
Paralympian, Kadeena Cox, and ex-rugby star, Gareth Thomas, have both asked to change rooms, with the former Wales star commenting he was scared to walk from the lift.
The alleged paranormal activity has been the talk of the camp with Emma, the Duchess of Cornwall's niece, teasing Kadeena's incident with the ghost, saying: "She was penetrated."
Speaking of the ghost, Gareth was quick to confirm what Emma discussed, revealing: "She had a sleep thing. It was going in and out of her body.
Gareth and Kadeena claim to have had a paranormal experience at the hotel whilst filming
Josie Gibson was the first to leave the show after refusing to jump
"I wanted to move [to] different floors because when I'm hearing these ghost stories I was at the very, very end [of the corridor] and I got scared," continued the 42-year-old.
Last night's first episode saw ex-Big Brother star, Josie Gibson sent home after refusing to complete the ski-jump.
A Channel 4 representative refused to comment when contacted by Express.co.uk.