I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’s’ sexy waterfall shower is just as infamous as the show’s cringeworthy bushtucker trials, but it's now been claimed that the jungle feature isn't entirely authentic.

According to The Sun, the iconic waterfall is actually a man-made creation and not a natural part of the Aussie jungle!

Ola JordanIt seems Ola Jordan isn't showering under a waterfall after all

The newspaper reports a series insider as confirming that the waterfall was created specifically for the show and has been fake for it’s entire 14 year run, adding that no one pretended otherwise.

The waterfall became an important feature of jungle life back in 2006 after Hear’Say singer Myleene Klass, who landed a modelling career thanks to images of her showering in a white bikini.

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This year bosses have been hoping for similar scenes with ex ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ pro Ola Jordan.

But this isn't the first time the waterfall has been called into question.

Back in 2006, Lauren Booth, sister of Cherie Blair, told the Daily Mail that not everything in the jungle camp was authentic.

"Take the rocks around the edge of the encampment – they seemed to be hollow and made of papier mache,” Lauren claimed.

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“I also realised that the waterfall, like the pool beneath it was not part of the jungle at all, but a man-made creation.

“Unless, of course, real rain forest waterfalls get turned off between three and six every afternoon.”