I'm A Celebrity viewers want to throw up as Danny Miller and Snoochie Shy go head to head in first eating trial

I'M A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! viewers were left reaching for the bucket as actor Danny Miller and DJ Snoochie Shy gagged and wretched during the Dreaded Diner eating trial.

Emmerdale star Danny was chosen by the public to tackle the task, with Snoochie volunteering to take him on in a bid to win meals for the main camp.


Danny chowed down on cow’s teats, pig’s brain and fermented catfish. He also ate a goat’s testicle and a large bull’s penis.

Fans of the show were quick to comment on the gruesome eating challenge, too, with many claiming it was close to making them sick.

One viewer said: "Why did I think it would be a good idea to order a takeaway for tonight's episode of I'm a Celeb? I'm close to throwing up."

Echoing their comments another fan said: "My husband is sitting next to me and now thinks it's a good idea to wretch along with the show."

Someone else said: "Watching the eating challenge on I'm a Celeb never fails to make me want to be sick. How on earth are they doing this?"

While another fan penned: "Well, that trial has – without a shadow of a doubt – made me feel sick to my stomach. Fair play to them both."

Radio 1Xtra DJ Snoochie, 29, ate sheep’s feet, fermented duck egg, cow’s nose, raw fish eye, blended pig’s uterus with a cow’s anus to finish.

Because they both managed to eat all of the dishes, they had to be separated by a tie-breaker to see who could drink blended fermented tofu the quickest.

Danny won and was delighted that his campmates in The Clink would be able to eat.

Snoochie said: “I’ve had a good time, but I can’t lie, I’ve had better. I’m happy for Danny though, it means The Clink will eat, they need food.”

Tuesday night will see Snoochie head for back-to-back trials in Treacherous Traps.

Main camp must now decide which celeb from Clink will join her – but who will it be?

I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs on ITV from Sunday to Monday at 9pm.


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