I’m A Celebrity is heating up and the campers are having to deal with hunger pains, missing their loved ones and general frustrations that come with living in close proximity to each other. But one celeb went above and beyond to help out her fellow camp-mate. But, although Caitlyn Jenner’s kindness was praised by viewers, she landed the camp with a hefty punishment from ITV bosses.
On Monday’s episode, nine of the campers were treated to a full roast chicken meal after a Live Trial.
Everyone with a star next to their name when the klaxon sounded got to visit the Jungle Dining Room.
And all but three campers got to tuck into the feast.
Ian Wright, Andy Whyment and Cliff Parisi had to stay behind while their friends gobbled up the luxury meal.
Ian hasn’t been coping well with his hunger and occasionally snaps at his neighbours.
But Caitlyn took matters into her own hands after feeling guilty about feasting on the delicious meal knowing how much Ian was struggling.
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Viewers watched as she gave the former footballer smuggled corn on the cob and chicken that she’d brought back from dinner, so that he didn’t miss out on their treat.
And they thought they’d gotten away with it too, but during last night’s instalment Ant and Dec had a little something to say about the forbidden food Ian had consumed.
Ian and James Haskell were nominated to compete in the next Bushtucker Trial, but were knocked down a peg by the hosts after revealing they knew about Ian’s snacks.
As punishment, Andrew who also took part in a trial that day and secured 10 stars by himself, was forced to have one confiscated, leaving the campers with nine.
The boys asked the pair how the mood was in camp that morning, to which James replied: “Brilliant, we had an unbelievable meal last night.”
“Even with losing a star for smuggling?” Dec smirked.
Ian hit back, outright denying the claims, not realising the camp was full of cameras: “What was I supposedly eating?” He asked, smugly.
“Well we saw you eat chicken and a corn on the cob, we’ve got cameras everywhere,” Ant explained.
“You didn’t even try to hide it in your bag,” Dec added.
The campers looked confused: “There are cameras in camp!?” James exclaimed.
Both Ant and Dec burst out laughing as Ant said: “Yes, you fools!”
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Once the devious act was put to bed and the hosts let the campers know they have eyes everywhere, James and Ian set about completing the task.
The latest Bushtucker Trial was the Deadly Dungeon and saw them enter a pitch black chamber where they had to feel their way around a tunnel to find stars and win meals.
But it wasn’t as easy as the pair previously thought, as they struggled to complete the trial.
Despite exerting their dominance around the camp, they only brought back half the stars available.
The complete darkness threw the pair, as Ian was crawling on his hands and knees as they made their way through the tunnel full of creepy crawlies.
Viewers were besides themselves as he narrowly missed a star that went straight through his legs as he continued crawling.
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The duo managed to secure six stars in total, therefore bringing back six meals for their camp-mates.
Dinner was a pile of Silkies, a breed of chicken, and new cooks Ian and Kate Garraway were in charge of slapping up the gourmet dish.
Although Roman Kemp described the look of the uncooked meat as “disgusting,” they admitted Kate’s fried chicken wasn’t that bad.
What will dinner be tonight, providing the campers retrieve the prizes?
Will the celebs be able to match Andrew’s whopping 10 stars and bring back more than James and Ian?
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues tonight on ITV at 9pm.
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