I’m a celebrity, get me out of here! stars Boy George, Babatunde Aleshe and Chris Moyles will face a rare three-man challenge during Tuesday’s show,
After viewers decided Matt Hancock had suffered enough after five consecutive trials, the trio were voted off to face the next challenge, Angel Of Agony.
And in a first-look clip, it looks like the team didn’t get off to a good start as Babatunde continues to release the first star after it’s passed by George, who breaks into meditative chanting while covered in cockroaches.
FIRST LOOK: I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! stars Boy George, Babatunde Aleshe and Chris Moyles will face the grueling Angel Of Agony trial on Tuesday’s show
The challenge sees George, Babatunde and Chris placed in a replica of the famous Angel of the North statue, tasked with developing the stars and taking them through each compartment.
In the clip, George tries to keep calm as he places his hand in a box of scorpions, singing to himself as he unwraps the star, and tells Ant and Dec: “Scorpions are my friends!”
As he handed Babatunde his first star, the comedian continued to drop it, leaving host Ant McPartlin to remark that it was “not a good start”.
Sneak peek: In a first look clip, it looks like the team isn’t off to a good start as Babatunde continues to drop the first star after it goes through George
Joint activities! The challenge sees George, Babatunde and Chris placed in a replica of the Angel of the North, tasked with developing the stars and getting them through each compartment
Focus! Chris complains, “Why am I wearing shorts?” as crawling birds cover his body as George makes his way to the next box full of snakes
Chris complains, “Why am I wearing shorts?” as creepers cover his body as George makes his way to the next box full of snakes.
The ant reminds him, “Be very careful, George, because there are snakes in there.”
It remains to be seen if George, Babatunde and Chris will earn 11 stars for the camp after viewers chose not to vote for Matt to face another challenge.
After the announcement, made by Ant and Dec, the MP threw his hands in the air in joy – as viewers rejoiced that his screen time would be “limited” as they flocked to Twitter.
Oops! As George hands Babatunde the first star, the comedian continues to drop it, leaving host Ant McPartlin to remark that it’s “not a good start”
Someone different! It remains to be seen whether George, Babatunde and Chris will earn 11 stars for the camp after viewers opted not to vote for Matt Hancock to face another trial
One user wrote: “Mats is clearly not phased by the trials unfortunately. It would have been much more satisfying if it was a whiny mess. So LET’S STOP VOTING FOR HIM!! We need a whip so the camp is starving and this is causing tension!! #ImACeleb.’
Others added: “Great to see other camp mates going on trial. I’m sick of Matt doing them all” and “finally a trial that doesn’t have Matt Hancock in it.”
A fourth wrote: “As soon as Matt said he was enjoying the trials, the public decided he wouldn’t be taking part in the next one.
Happy: Monday’s show revealed Matt has finally been spared the next Bushtucker trial after facing a total of six since entering the jungle
Another concluded: “No trial for Matt thanks dammit limit his screen time now and vote get him the hell out of this horrible jungle [rat emojis] #ImACeleb.’
Earlier in the installment, campmates vented their frustration at Matt taking six trials in a row.
Earlier in the episode, George, Sue Cleaver and Mike Tindall complained about not being looked at, with jock Mike claiming it made their time at the camp “harder”.
Oh my God! Viewers apparently think the politician has suffered enough after completing a bunch of different challenges
Speaking to Loose Women presenter and ITV newsreader Charlene White, Sue said of Matt: “He must be quite funny when he’s trying.”
From the audience, Sue asked Charlene: “Do you think they’ll get bored or do you think they’ll just keep going?”
Referring to Matt’s time as former health secretary during the pandemic, Sue said: “There’s a lot of anger, isn’t there,” to which Charlene replied: “Yeah, they’re just going to carry on. It’s a vent.
Speaking to Mike, George said: “I guess there’s a lot of people who are mad at Matt.”
Unimpressed: Earlier in the installment, fellow campers vented their frustration at Matt taking six trials in a row
Speaking about being forced to spend all their time at camp instead of leaving camp to take part in the Bushtucker Trials, Mike said: “It really makes our experience more difficult because we’re always here. We don’t have to do anything.
The West Suffolk MP – who served as the UK’s health secretary during the COVID-19 pandemic – controversially appeared as a contestant on the ITV jungle survival show and was voted by the audience to face trouble again, for to earn food for the camp in Deserted Down Under.
He was seen covered in snakes as he lay in an underground pit as he tried to collect stars that he could exchange for food for his colleagues.
Matt managed to collect seven of a possible 11 stars before returning to camp.
I’m a celebrity, get me out of here! continues tonight at 9.15pm on ITV1.
Another test: Matt earned seven stars for the camp on his sixth straight Bushtucker Trail during Monday’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!