The brand new series of I'm A Celebrity Get me Out Of Here continued this evening (Wednesday, November 20) on ITV.
Adele and Roman took part in the latest trial, called Just Desserts, the first eating task of the series.
The pair had to eat a series of disgusting 'treats' in order to win meals for camp.
There were ten desserts on offer with each representing a meal for camp.
Despite a lot of retching, the pair managed to eat all ten meals meaning a luxury dinner for camp.
The first dish was served to Roman. It was called Critter-Bocker Glory and was made up of dead cockroaches, crickets and mealworms. Roman had to eat three of each.
Next it was Adele's turn. She was served Tirrama-spew, which was vomit fruit.
Next up Roman had to eat Licky Toffee Pudding which was duck's tongues before Adele was served Profiter-balls which were turkey testicles.
Roman was then served Mississippi Udder Pie which was a cow's teat while Adele had Piggy Pudding which was a pig's uterus.
Roman's next dessert was 'Eye-full' which were fish eyes whereas for Adele's turn next she had to eat Chocolate Gat-Toe.
Roman's final dish was Cocky Road Ice Cream - or a bull's penis - and Adele had a Creme Poo-Lee which was a camel's anus. She pretended that Jane Mcdonald was there with her encouraging her and eventually swallowed the food.
Returning to camp with ten stars, the two campmates decided that they would pretend that they'd only won three stars, wait for Ian's face to drop and then tell their fellow campmates the truth.
Ian commented: "When Roman actually announced they got ten, I was euphoric. I knew they'd get it done because there was a camaraderie and a spirit and a belief. Everybody together, doing it for the common goal.
James added: "that Trial sounds like the most disgusting thing I've ever her and I can't believe that they got 10 stars. I was aghast."
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here continues nightly on ITV at 9PM, hosted by Ant and Dec.
Alongside the main show, Extra Camp airs nightly on ITV2.
You can watch episodes online and catch up via the ITV Hub.