A popular special edition of the program aired on Sunday night which saw the TV presenter and his mom Kate Robbins win money for good deeds.
The pair were playing for the Ben Kinsela Trust, founded by Eastenders actress Brooke, when her brother was stabbed to death one night in 2008.
Brooke was watching from home and feeling the same stress as the rest of us Emily and Kate faced with the tricky tasks of ube.
The pair faced a challenge where they had to throw a ball on a raised platform to win 20,000.
Went to Kate several times but sadly failed to complete it, I’m a celebrity … kick me out! Step into the star.
After CB was asked to ‘simplify’ the challenge, Emily’s throwing distance was shortened.
He put another crack on it and managed to land the ball on the platform, 20,000.
Host Philip Schofield offered him a chance to play for 000 50,000, but after deciding to gamble a lot for the next job, he stumbled upon 000 20,000 for the Ben Kinsella Trust.
An emotional Brooke tweeted praising her for both Emily and Kate.
He said: ‘This is a real Christmas miracle @ MTech and @ Kate Robbins – you are an angel. 20,000 !!!!
‘That money will do a lot for O’Keefe and will allow a lot of kids to listen and hopefully learn from Ben’s story. Thank you from the top of my heart. ‘
Emily shared her tweet and added a line of red love heart emoji.
Talking about the difficult challenge before, Brooke added: ‘Jesus, I didn’t know I could hold my breath for so long …’
Brooke, best known for playing Kelly Taylor on soap, was awarded an MBE for her charitable endeavors.
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