Jordan faced his fears in the episode, as the Radio 1 DJ tackled heights as he descended a cliff.
But before he did, he was scared and ended up throwing up, the moment being shown on camera and played out in the episode.
It was pretty gross, with a lot of jokes, it was worse than one of Bushtucker’s essays.
But not everyone sympathized or saw the funny side.
Some viewers complained about the scenes from the launch episode at Ofcom.
The Good Morning Britain host Piers was taken aback by this and called out to viewers in particular.
Wondering why they would complain about someone throwing up, he imitated the situation.
He said, “Why would anyone complain to Ofcom that someone is throwing up?” Who do this?
“Who says, ‘I know what I’m going to do, I’m going to make an official complaint to the TV regulator that someone threw up on TV.’ “
He added: “Is anyone throwing up? Outrage, outrage!
” Who are these people? Who are you who spend all your time complaining to Ofcom? ”
Jordan overcame the illness and rose to the challenge, to face another fear, the snakes, in episode two.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6 a.m. on ITV.