Holly Willoughby, 37, joined his co-host, Dec Donnelly, 43, and I'm a celebrity … get me out of here! Extra host Scarlett Moffatt, 28, to discuss Anne's efforts for 60 years.
Along with her campaign fellow, Anne took part in the ITV reality show, where she was seen eating a gut and drinking a glass of liquid fish.
This is one of the few tasks that Anne has been able to attend because she has been excluded for medical reasons for several bus routes so far.
Her team was right behind her, while she took a fun feast, which won a lot of Holly's astonishment.
Immediately after the end of the tour, Holly spoke about the relationship Anne had built with her college colleagues and what she had achieved through the trial.
She told Scarlett, "Do you know what I think it is? I think it just shows that having the others around has really helped.
"They all gathered around her, they really felt part of that group, they made real friends and just … I'm crying," Holly admitted, becoming quite moving.
Scarlett also claimed he would start crying: "He's on a fair journey. Oh, no, we'll both start crying.
Anne spoke publicly about her social battles over autism with her colleagues who did her best to make her feel embedded.
This has been demonstrated by all those consoling it when she becomes emotional in the camp, as well as her inclusion in the discussion and even the creation of tests for her to take part.
Dec consoling co-host, however, laughed out as Holly began to become emotional, also laughing in shock at her unexpected reaction.
Speaking of all campaign colleagues' efforts, Holly added, "I think they all did wonderful. Everyone played their part.
Anne was shocked by a major decision during her last night's show, while Steve Chase became Deputy Camp Leader.
Governesses's nomination came after Nick Knowles, aged 56, was elected leader of the field by the British public, after 69 after Noel Edmonds reigned as the Emperor ended.
Speaking of her new role, Anne said: "It seems to me that I spend so much time doing nothing, it might be nice to be officially allowed to sit around doing nothing."
Some of the colleagues were concerned about Newcom's role as actress Emily Attack, 28, admitted: "Nick does so much in the camp that I realized that it is not good for anyone, that the camp leader does nothing and Nick does so a lot. "
Anne helped Nick decide who would do things around the camp with The Chase star, putting John Barrowman, 51, as chef.
Emily expressed her desire to cook in the camp, though, in reflection, Nick said, "I thought Emily [as camp chef] for a long time, but then thought it was the safest for all of us if it is not! "
The actress saw the funny side of the situation, although she said she was a little disappointed.
Tonight, John, James McVey, 24, and Rita Simons, 41, will complete the second half of the trial, after others have accumulated time to finish the challenge in a living process.
I'm a celebrity … get me out of here! continues tonight at 21:00 on ITV.