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Bear Grylls has managed to get some pretty famous celebrities on his shows before, and tonight Kate Winslet will be the latest celebrity to traverse through the wild landscape on Running Wild with Bear Grylls. Today, NBC released a segment from the big episode, and it features a moment when Winslet reenacts her famous scene from Titanic, where she’s standing on the edge of the boat and looking out over the horizon with her beau Jack. Only this time, she’s scaling the side of a cliff horizontally and Leonardo DiCaprio is certainly nowhere to be seen.
Bear Grylls requires a lot of faith from the (celebrity) participants on his TV show. Luckily, he’s a pretty encouraging dude, and in the video, he’s kindly attempting to convince Winslet to spread out her arms and let go of the ropes so she can finish scaling the cliffs. It’s a daunting request, even when given lightly, but luckily, Winslet is a bit of a comedian in her own right. She let’s go and stars delivering lines from famous scenes in Titanic. The first, of course is:
Jack, I feel like I'm flying!
Then, an amused Grylls continues to play along with the actress and she also replies with another famous line:
You jump I jump, right?
Winslet’s patience wears thin pretty quickly, however, and she asks the outdoorsman to get her down from the cliff. It’s just one of several clips NBC has released that also see the actress climbing up a steep cliff and eating worms with the popular TV host, who tries to convince her they taste “like calimari.” You can check out more, below.
New episodes of Running Wild with Bear Grylls on Monday nights at 10 p.m. ET, only on NBC. Other participants during this 8-episode season include Michael B. Jordan, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Drew Brees, Kate Hudson and more. In addition, here’s what else the network has coming up this fall.
If you want to relive the original and iconic Titanic scene, you can check it out on the next page.