Thousands of cockroaches were then poured into the coffin as she exclaimed, 'Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God. I'm not liking it'.
She closed her eyes and tried to convince herself it was some sort of beauty treatment.
But she soon started complaining that they smelt and were biting her.
She said: "They're biting. It really hurts and they're up my bits as well."
Hopkins described the feeling as 'like childbirth but worse'.
There was another shock in store as the coffin was lifted out of the ground to dangle 200 feet above a ravine.
The wooden case fell away to reveal a coffin made of clear Perspex.
It was then tipped up on its end but Hopkins remained unfazed.
When the 10 minutes was up she summed up her ordeal: "That was singularly the most horrific thing I've ever done in my life. They smell, they bite, they crawl where they shouldn't. It's just horrid."
That is so f'ing wrong. I don't think I could have survived 10 seconds in that coffin with the roaches let alone 10 minutes. I admire Kate Hopkins for doing that, but not the show because that is just way to sick. Ewwwwwww