I'M A Celebrity's fan favourite Dingo Dollar challenge has been switched up this year.
The infamous challenge -where I'm A Celebrity campmates can grab a treat for themselves and their jungle pals such as chocolate, cheese and tasty desserts – has been replaced with Deals on Wheels.
What is the Deals on Wheels Challenge and how does it work?
The Dingo Dollar challenge previously saw the ITV celebs tasked with answering Kiosk Kev's 50-50 questions correctly to bag the treats.
Now the segment has been re-branded completely with the Dingo Dollars task becoming the Deals on Wheels challenge.
In the second episode of I’m A Celeb which aired on Monday, November 7, viewers saw that the usual Kiosk had been swapped out for a bike.
Instead of being behind the kiosk, Kev was seen riding the bike before stopping in front of Jill Scott and Owen Warner who completed the first Dingo Dollar Challenge of the series.
It looks like “Deals on Wheels” is the way forward for the series kiosk segment.
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Another feature which has changed is that celebrities only had the option of two treats.
In the second episode of the series, Jill and Owen could only choose Custard Creams as their prize for completing the challenge.
As this is the first answer given in the season and it was correct, viewers are yet to see a wrong answer be selected and therefore haven't seen a shutter be slammed down.
However, the new bike concept could suggest that the shutter may have been also scrapped.
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How is the Deals on Wheels Challenge different to the Bushtucker Trials?
A Bushtucker Trial is a task that the celebs, who have been picked by the public must complete in order to win meals for camp.
Whereas the Deals on Wheels challenge allows the celebs to earn extra treats from the coins they won in the trial.
The campmates who aren’t participating in the task must answer a question correctly.
They receive a phone call from the person on the bike and they’re given two options for the answer.
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If they pick the correct answer the two celebs will return with a treat that can be shared among them
But if they pick the incorrect answer, they’ll receive nothing but a shutter being slammed shut in front of them.
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