08 November 2020 02:37
A bushtucker trial is the daily challenge set for the celebrities in camp where they must do a series of often gruesome activities - such as eating unusual animal parts or having bugs thrown on them - to earn evening meals. While we're lucky enough to be able to watch our favourite celebs squirm at the Bushtucker trials from the comfort and warmth of home, some of the nation's most famous faces are gearing up to take part in a very different series of I'm a Celeb. A source tells the publication that the cast is now staying in luxury accommodation ahead of the shows launch in 10 days time, but there are concerns that the cold weather could become too much for the stars once they arrive at the castle. The pair were confronted with a "starter, main and dessert" for an eating trial. We've got a sneak preview at the delicacies in store, with poor Ant getting a fish eye.
Best of all, they were trying to win stars for the new campers! Dec then jokes: "I am thinking of making a run for it". Ant and Dec's trials were filmed for I'm A Celebrity. A last-minute addition has reportedly been added to the I'm a Celebrity. I'm A Celebrity... A Jungle Story airs on Sunday November 8 at 8.10pm on ITV. Their efforts will be broadcast on ITV on Sunday, which will also confirm the line-up for the new series. Instead, it's in Wales and it's in an old decaying "haunted" castle. If the rumours are true, just some of the celebrities who could be bedding down the night in the cold surroundings of the 200-year-old castle include Strictly's AJ Pritchard, Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn, comedian Jason Manford, Eastenders' Jessica Plumber, presenter Vernon Kay, amusing man Shane Ritchie, and athlete Mo Farah. Among the stars who look set to courageous the tough Welsh winter temperatures for the show - which is hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly - are former "EastEnders" actors Shane Richie and Jessica Plummer, as well as singer Russell Watson, and TV presenter Vernon Kay.