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I’m A Celebrity 2017: Stanley Johnson misses out as the campmates play for special prizes

Treats were up for grabs in 'Displeasure Beach' and 'Dingo Bingo'

Stanley Johnson was the only person to miss out yesterday when the I’m A Celebrity 2017 campmates played ‘Displeasure Beach’ and ‘Dingo Bingo’ for individual prizes.


Normally the ITV jungle show’s contestants only get small treats to share between them in the Dingo Dollar Challenges.

The producers were clearly feeling generous yesterday, however, with each campmate getting the chance to win a prize of their own.

The ten-strong group was split in to two teams – not to compete against each other, but to face two separate challenges.

In ‘Displeasure Beach’, Amir Khan, Dennis Wise, Jamie Lomas, Stanley Johnson and Vanessa White were taken to a sandy jungle clearing.

After lying down on one of five different-coloured towels, they were buried in sand and had perspex helmets placed on their heads.

As the helmets were filled with nasty critters, a ‘lifeguard’ held up flags matching the colours of the towels.


Each celeb had to count the number of times their towel colour was raised. If they submitted the right number at the end of their task, they’d win their prize.

Four of them gave correct answers, but when Stanley went to guess seven, Dennis interrupted, claiming he’d also counted he politican’s flags and got nine.

Stanley stuck with his own guess, but Dennis’s answer turned out to be the correct one, meaning he lost his prize.

Later, Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo, Iain Lee, Jennie McAlpine, Kezia Dugdale and Rebekah Vardy visited the Aussie outback’s latest attraction: Dingo Bingo.

Iain acted as the caller, while other four got bingo cards and dabbers to play with.

During the game, all of them were showered with cockroaches, spiders, meal worms and nipping green ants.

Only when a player got a full house and shouted ‘Dingo Bingo’ were they allowed to leave their booths.

As all five endured the bugs long enough to complete the game, they all earned their prizes.


The nine successful celebs later had to complete another game at the ‘Prize Shack’ in order to determine which prize they’d receive.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs nightly on ITV.