Mike Tyndall and Jill Scott managed to grab all ten stars in the latest Bushtucker challenge, which saw them drink disgusting drinks in exchange for food at camp.
The ex-rugby professional, 44, and the former England Lioness, 35, nominated themselves after realizing it was the celebrities themselves who decided who auditioned.
And when their fellow campers wished them luck, they were already confident that the two athletes would return with a packed house – and they did just that.
Nasty! Mike Tyndall and Jill Scott managed to collect all ten stars in the latest Bushtucker trial, which had them drinking disgusting drinks in exchange for food at camp
Gross: The ex-rugby pro, 44, and the ex-England Lioness, 35, nominated themselves after learning that the celebrities themselves decide who heads to the lawn
Mike in the Bush Telegraph said: “I’m the camp leader at the moment but I haven’t done any trials at the moment and I feel like I want to contribute a bit more.”
Chris said: “I’m not too keen,” while Sean added similarly: “Absolutely not. No way, don’t count me out… I want nothing to do with it.
Owen in the Bush Telegraph said: “These are two of our best ex-athletes, we’ve got 10 stars baby, I’m celebrating now.”
Arriving at the trial, Mike and Jill entered the phone box. They had to dial a code and then it opened the door to let them into the bar.
Disgusting: Jill encountered, among others, mixed fish eyes and mixed snails – which made her cringe
Disgusting! Among the drinks, Mike encounters mixed cockroaches and mixed fruit vomit
Ant said to Jill and Mike, “Hi, you’ve found our secret hideout, come in and sit down. This is our light talk, so Shh, keep it to yourself.
Explaining the ordeal, Dec said: “This is The Speak Uneasy.. there are 10 drinks on offer. Each one of them is worth one star, you will drink five drinks each. You can transfer a drink, but you can’t go back to it and you’ll lose that star.
Ant added: “If you’re deemed to have deliberately dripped or spilled your drink, you’ll lose that star and won’t be able to try to drink it again.”
Date night: As he drank, Jill joked, “Let’s pretend we’re at a bar. Do you come here often? Yes, it’s a good date
Rotten: While drinking mixed goat testicles, Jill said, “Ah, there’s hair in it! Could have had wax before. That was disgusting. That was awful’
Down the hatch: Jill and Mike went all out as they downed the terrifying drinks to earn camp stars
Among the drinks, Mike encounters mixed cockroaches and mixed fruit vomit.
As he drank, Jill joked, “Let’s pretend we’re at a bar. Do you come here often? Yes, it’s a good date.
Jill stood up among the other mixed fish eyes and mixed slugs.
As she drank mixed goat testicles, Jill said, “Ah, there’s hair in it! Could have had wax before. That was disgusting. That was terrible.
After mixing a pig’s penis, Mike said: “It’s awful afterwards. Urgh, hello, you repeat!’
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
Teamwork: Mike is joined by his fellow campmate Jill during Bushtucker’s gruesome trial
Cocktail Time: The Mixologist’s Circle saw Crack Daniels, Grim Bean and Bar-Curd-I on offer with mivers Lemon Slime and Soda, Minge-er Beer and Colonic Water
Earning all 10 stars, the pair made a triumphant return to camp.
Jill said: “I’m so glad we’re getting 10 stars back, but I don’t think I’ll even want the food!”
Mike said, “There’s something wrong with my stomach.”
Jill told the camp, “Don’t go drinking with Mike Tyndall.”
Earlier in the episode, Sue Cleaver was comforted by camp leader Mike, who gave her a shoulder to cry on when she revealed she was homesick.
Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner: Earning all 10 stars, the pair returned to camp triumphant. Jill said: “I’m so glad we’re getting 10 stars back, but I don’t think I’ll even want the food!”
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.
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.
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
Emotional: Despite the stress-relieving update given by camp leader Mike, it wasn’t exactly what Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver wanted to hear when she got emotional as she reflected on how much she missed back home
In the Bush Telegraph, Sue openly said: “I should be very excited that no one is coming home, I just feel a bit desperate. 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.
“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.
Safe for Another Day: 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