They’ve been expecting another eviction on the horizon since Charlene White was kicked out of the jungle in the first eviction on Friday night.
But I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! the camp buddies got the good news that they’re all safe for another day on Sunday night’s episode.
Despite the up-to-date stress-relief information given by camp leader Mike, it wasn’t exactly what Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver wanted to hear as she became emotional as she reflected on how much she missed back home.
Safe for Another Day: I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! the camp friends got the good news that they were all safe for another day in Sunday night’s episode, but Sue was left emotional
As the celebrities woke up to another day, former England rugby player Mike Tindall told his team-mates that no one was leaving this morning.
Chris said: “The great news is that no one is leaving today.”
Boy George added: “It takes some of the stress out of the morning.”
In the Bush Telegraph, Sue openly said: “I should be very excited that no one is coming home, I just feel a bit desperate.
Emotional: Despite the update Mike gave, it wasn’t quite what Coronation Street star Sue wanted to hear as she got emotional as she reflected on how much she missed home
Comforting: The 59-year-old actress broke down and had a little cry in the caravan where she slept next to Mike as his camp stand-in
“I’m homesick, I’m tired. I hit a wall.
The 59-year-old actress broke down and cried a little in the van, where she slept next to Mike as his stand-in at camp.
He joined Sue and hugged her.
She told him, “I only have a moment, that’s all.
Support: Speaking in the Bush Telegraph, Mike said of Sue: “She’s tough inside, she just had a little moment today. Hey everyone, in this environment, totally expected’
“Just one of those mornings, I don’t want to do a trial, I don’t want to do a challenge, I don’t want to eat the darkness. I don’t want to sleep with you.
Mike laughed, “Ah, I see. Just think how Zara feels.
Speaking to the Bush Telegraph, Mike said of Sue: “She’s tough inside, she just had a little moment today. Hey everyone, in this environment, totally expected.
Mike told Sue, “I’ll take care of you. I just didn’t think it was that traumatic for him to see me in my pants…
Nasty! Mike Tindall and Jill Scott braved the drinking challenge during this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here
Sue laughed, “This is terribly traumatic.”
Later in the episode, Mike took on The Speak Uneasy with English lioness Jill Scott.
The former rugby pro, 44, bravely drank a vomit-inducing fruit smoothie during the challenge in sickening scenes.
As Mike receives the glass, Dec asks him, “What would normally be your drink of choice, Mike?” To which he replies, “G&T [gin and tonic]’
Explaining what was in the horrible drink, Dec told him “that’s the cheesy fruit, the puke fruit over there” as he handed the glass over.
Ordeal: Mike drank a glass of the nasty concoction as he joked he “can’t smell it through his nose anyway” after breaking it eight times during his pro career
Then Mike joked, “Luckily I can’t smell it through my nose anyway.”
Dec quips, “Eight times broken! I don’t feel anything.
However, Jill was able to smell it and told Mike, “Urgh, I can smell that – you’ve already done it!”
Dec adds, “Can you see why it got its name, the puke fruit.”
I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! watch the next episode live tomorrow at 9.15pm (Monday) on ITV1 and ITV Hub
Teamwork: Mike is joined by his fellow campmate Jill during Bushtucker’s gruesome trial