ANT and Dec finally do a Bushtucker Trial after years of laughing at contestants on I’m A Celebrity.
The Geordie duo host a revamped show this month, with a one-off celebration of the 20th series airing on Sunday.
This year’s fun take place at a castle in North Wales due to Covid restrictions.
But in scenes filmed last year, while still in Australia, the presenters face their own fears in three gruesome challenges.
Ex-winner Joel Dommett, who hosted the segment, laughed as he announced the duo would have to “win stars for camp” by catching stars dropped from above.
Ant nervously stepped up first as Dec watched on, laughing raucously as his pal was doused in slime.
The duo were then presented with Face Your Fears, with Ant saying: “Oh I really don’t like this one.”
Dec took on the challenge first, as his face was placed into a glass box with two yellow stars — before cockroaches and giant spiders were poured in on top of his face.
Then it was Ant’s turn as Joel asked him: “What wouldn’t you like to have in your helmet?” Ant quickly replied “snakes” as rangers brought in six large ones.
Items on the menu for Ant’s final trial were a witchetty grub, blended vomit fruit and a fish eye.
Dec was presented with fermented duck egg, blended cockroaches and a pig’s penis.
The outcome is on ITV, 8pm, on Sunday.
Shops honour show
By Sophie Donovan
SHOPS, pubs and restaurants in Abergele are backing I’m A Celebrity with posters and decorations.
The Welsh town has gone all out to show its support for ITV choosing to film the show in nearby Gwrych Castle.
The Hoptimist pub is selling Jungle Gin and Bushtucker Beers.
And a gift shop has built a display of the castle with miniatures of Ant and Dec, a sleeping area and a maid trapped in a tower.
Pen-y- Bont Inn has even created celebrity-style challenge meals for brave locals.
Manager Julie Bright told ITV News: “To know it’s in our town is fantastic.
“We’re trying to generate some happiness and we’ve had so much fun.”
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