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I'm A Celebrity 2020: Live trial sees boys triumph in battle of the sexes

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Tonight’s I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! featured a special live trial.

And for the campmates of 2020 it was a battle of the sexes as they took take part in The Royal Tournament.

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Designed to shock and scare the celebrities, this year's cast were split into The Lords and The Ladies with 6 celebrities on each team.

They went head to head in a series of games, aiming to win as many gold coins for the teams.

In the first round, Ruthie Henshall & Hollie Arnold faced Shane Richie & Jordan North. They head to hunt for gold coins with their mouths in troughs of offal and slime. The boys won 3 coins and the girls won 2 coins.

In round two, Vernon Kay faced Victoria Derbyshire. They were both locked in cages and had to unscrew as many coins in 60 seconds, all while covered in critters. The boys won 11 coins and girls won 6 coins.

In the third round, AJ Pritchard and Jessica Plummer went head to head. They had to unscrew gold coins while their heads were placed in stocks surrounded by rats. Both teams won the maximum of 8 coins on offer.

In the fourth round, Mo Farah & Russell Watson faced Beverley Callard and Giovanna Fletcher. The guys won 9 with the girls winning 8.

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As a result, the final score was 31 gold coins for the Lords and 24 for the Ladies.

As the winning team, the Lords will get to enjoy a lavish banquet while the losers will have to make do with basic rations.

Not only that, as the losers of the challenge the ladies will also have to face the next trial.

Called Barbaric, it will see the six celebs having to win series as they face a series of critters including spiders.

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

Elsewhere in tonight's show, Mo took part in the latest trial called Fort Locks after Ant and Dec joined camp last night to reveal he had received the most votes from viewers to take part.

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The challenge saw Mo attempting to win meals for camp by placing hands into a series of vaults full of critters where he had to unlock stars. He finished the trial with nine of the possible 12 stars on offer.

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