Eric Bristow and Hugo Taylor took on tonight's latest I'm A Celebrity Dingo Dollar challenge.
Eric and Hugo had an opportunity to bond over music as they went to try and win a desert for the celebrities in the Dingo Dollar Challenge but they soon discovered they were not dancing to the same tune.
Their challenge was to power up the gramophone, listen to the various songs on the vinyl’s provided to find three numbers in among the lyrics.
Relishing the prospect, Hugo said: “I love being out with Eric, he makes everything so funny so I couldn’t be with anyone better.”
Listening to an eclectic playlist with everything from Tellytubbies to Shaddapa Your Face, About a Bird, Yellow Polka Dot Bikini to The Birdie Song - all of which were familiar to Eric who happily chirped along.
“This is one of your favourites isn’t it, it’s called We Like To Party, don’t you like partying?”
Said Hugo: “I’m sure this is one of those terrible Simon Cowell records, thank god it’s ended.”
Eric quipped: “Remember that one when you get home, you can buy it in one of your Chelsea shops.”
The camp mates correctly guessed the right answer and Hugo and Eric returned with ice-lollies for everyone.
They correctly guessed that the average house price in Kensington and Chelsea is 1.68 million pounds.
This prompted Rosemary to tell the camp that she bought a house from Harrods estate agents.
When Linda joked, “as you’re in the grocery counter, when you’re buying a loaf of bread and came out with a house.”
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