Following Bernard Tomic's shock exit from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, it seems some other campmates are also finding life in the jungle difficult.
On Wednesday night's show, Tiffany opened up about her own struggles and admitted she was finding things difficult "emotionally".
"I feel very fragile today and vulnerable," the 46-year-old admitted. "I am just not doing good emotionally."
The 80s pop star revealed why she came into the jungle, to take home the $100,000 prize money for her chosen charitable organisation, Redkite, to raise money for cancer awareness.
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But also opened up about losing close ones to cancer, including her mother.
"I have just had so many people pass away from cancer and that is why I wanted to come here to raise money for cancer and come here and celebrate their lives," Tiffany said tearing up.
However, the American singer admitted that being in the South African jungle may not be the best decision for her.
"The truth is that this is making me go in a different direction," she explained. "Sitting here has not been good for me because I have just been reflecting on that. It is making me feel sad."
The I'm A Celeb contestant went on to admit being in the jungle was just making her miss her loved ones "more".
"I just feel, like, trapped and I am going crazy and I'm thinking about how much loss instead of feeling positive about everything I am doing," Tiffany said. "I thought this was a chance to get over that. I just don't think I am doing good."
However, later on it seemed like Tiffany was putting her earlier struggles behind her taking part in the Tucker Trial of the day, Boulder Dash.
The celeb battled through her strifes collecting all nine stars which lifted her spirits as she returned to camp.
"To just have success after a hard morning," she said. "I couldn't have done it without my fellow celebs."
You go, girl.
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