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Watch I'm A Celebrity's AJ Pritchard and Jessica Plummer face 'Harm-oury' trial

AJ Pritchard trial

AJ Pritchard and Jessica Plummer took part in the latest I'm A Celebrity 2020 trial tonight.

Ant and Dec joined camp last night (22 November) to reveal the results of the latest viewer vote.

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With the most votes from the public, AJ and Jessica were put forward to complete a new challenge called Harm-oury.

Ant and Dec explained that the Trial was a series of rooms and tunnels and 12 stars would be hidden inside but everything would be in pitch black. They could only find the stars through touch alone.

They’d enter separately and would only have one bag for collecting the stars so they’d have to find each other first. Every star would be a meal for camp and they’d have 12 minutes to complete the Trial.

AJ said he’d look after the star bag so it was Jessica’s responsibility to find the stars and hand them to AJ.

AJ and Jessica entered via two separate entrances as the klaxon sounded.

The pair were in two separate pitch-black rooms calling out to each other trying to find each other. Jessica found a tunnel and started crawling in it following AJ’s voice.

They eventually found each other and started feeling for stars in the dark, they experienced different holes, passages and rooms, all filled with castle critters.

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The klaxon sounded at the end of 12 minutes and they’d got 6 stars out of a possible 12.

Jessica said: “I feel really gutted and disappointed.”

AJ added: “It was so frustrating.”

They both returned to camp and revealed they’d got 6 stars and explained the Trial to everyone.

Beverley and Giovanna tried to cheer up Jessica who was still gutted, the celebrities told them not to worry and that they’d done their best.

Talking in the Telegraph, Jessica said “I feel like I don’t deserve to eat tonight.” AJ said “Oh my god, you do.”

See how they get on when I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here returns on Monday night, 23 November at 9PM.

Other celebs taking part in the show include Olympic legend Sir Mo Farah, West End icon Ruthie Henshall, opera singer Russell Watson, author Giovanna Fletcher, actor Shane Richie, Coronation Street star Beverley Callard, journalist Victoria Derbyshire, Paralympic athlete Hollie Arnold, TV host Vernon Kay and Radio 1 DJ Jordan North.

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I'm A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV.

Alongside the main series, you can watch spin-off The Daily Drop via ITV Hub each morning from 7AM.