Ian Wright and James Haskell win six stars in 'Deadly Dungeon' trial on I'm A Celebrity

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Ian Wright and James Haskell won six stars in tonight's Bushtucker Trial on I'm A Celebrity 2019.

Yesterday evening saw viewers once again deciding who would face the next task.


Eleven of the campmates were eligible to take part in the challenge, called 'Deadly Dungeon', with Cliff Parisi ruled out on medical grounds.

The public had to choose two celebrities to enter a pitch-black dungeon on the search for stars.

As always, the unlucky celebs would also encounter jungle creatures, including spiders, snakes and baby crocodiles.

But in a twist, the pair were shackled together.

After being voted to take part by viewers, Ian and James arrived at the trial clearing tonight.


Dec explained the Trial to Ian and James in that it was a dungeon made up of a series of rooms and tunnels and 12 stars were hidden throughout.

Each star was a meal for camp but they’d have to complete the Trial in pitch black and they wouldn’t be able to see a thing, they’d have to navigate themselves around the dungeon via touch alone.

They weren't alone of course, joined by various critters including crabs, spiders, cockroaches, crickets and mealworms.

At the end Ian was annoyed they hadn’t got all the stars, they counted them out and they’d got 6 stars out of 12.

Last night's latest Bushtucker trial saw Andrew Maxwell face the Ark Of Agony.

Ant and Dec explained that just like Noah, in the Ark there were two of everything with 12 stars hidden for him to find.

Animals Andrew encountered in the ark included millipedes, ibis, spiders, yabbies, crocodiles, scorpions, rats, goannas, toads, camels, cockroaches, eels, crabs, mealworms and snake worms.

Andrew managed to win ten stars for camp within the time limit.


I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues every night on ITV at 9.00pm.

ITV2 spin-off Extra Camp also airs nightly straight after the main show. You can catch up on the latest instalments via the ITV Hub.

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