Mike Tindall and Matt Hancock battle spiders in horrifying I’m A Celebrity trial
Mike Tindall delivers a bit of sass to Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, as the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star faces some tense questions about spiders.
The former professional rugby player and former health secretary Matt Hancock are part of the final five campmates left in the jungle, along with Jill Scott, Owen Warner, and Seann Walsh.
While there may only be days left in the jungle, they’re still desperate to win as many stars for camp as possible, after Owen and Chris Moyles only managed to score two the previous day.
In tonight’s bushtucker trial, Fallen Stars, Mike sits on a ledge above a pool of water and has to answer Ant and Dec’s questions correctly, or he risks being dunked in and losing time for Hancock to collect stars.
When the Geordie duo ask Mike the ‘collective noun for a group of spiders,’ he takes a second to think before sassily answering: ‘Yes I gather that,’ when Dec presses him for an answer.
‘A clan,’ he incorrectly guesses, before he’s dunked straight into the water, but as, Hancock points out, he somehow managed to make it look smooth, even ‘elegant.’
His wrong answer means Hancock only has 90 seconds to climb into a crate of spiders and retrieve a star.
And it looks pretty daunting, as the music intensifies and all the huge spiders are shown on screen.
‘Spiders in there,’ Dec highlights as Hancock crawls in.
After the trial tonight, one more campmate will be voted out of the jungle, leaving four to take on the highly anticipated Cyclone challenge.
Radio presenter Chris was the sixth campmate to be voted out of the jungle, following the likes of Boy George and Babatunde Aleshe.
Meanwhile, Hancock, Jill, Mike, Seann and Owen remain, with one of them just days away from being crowned the Queen or King of the jungle.
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.
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