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8 April 2010, 14:19 | Updated: 8 April 2010, 18:41
Reality TV stars Samantha Fox, Jimmy White and Stuart Manning have taken part in a charity skydive near Brackley.
The I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here stars' jump on Thursday 8 April 2010 was to raise money for a project in Ghana to protect up to two million people against malaria.
The 13,000ft skydive took place at Hinton Airfield in aid of the charity Malaria No More.
Samantha Fox (pictured) said: "Malaria is a massive killer in Africa, especially for women and children, and it breaks my heart to think about such a huge loss.
"I've seen people affected by the disease and it's horrific. What's worse is that it's totally preventable and treatable."
TV cleaner Kim Woodburn, who also took part in the most recent series, was due to cheer the celebrities on as they took to the sky.
Chef Gino D'Acampo, who was crowned king of the jungle during the show, described his former camp-mates' efforts as "fantastico".