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First two celebrities eliminated from I’m A Celebrity

21st November 2022
Posted by Aston Avery

This past week on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! saw the first two campmates eliminated from the jungle, here are the highlights of the past week:

  • TV presenter and broadcaster Charlene White became the first celebrity to be evicted from camp and then she was followed by TV presenter Scarlette Douglas who became the second celebrity to be eliminated from camp.
  • In regards to bushtucker trials, politician Matt Hancock took on the trial ‘Deserted Down Under’ and won 7 out of 11 stars, the next trial ‘Angel of Agony’ saw comedian Babatunde Aleshe, singer Boy George and radio broadcaster Chris Moyles win 3 out of 11 stars, Chris then took on the trial ‘Boiling Point’ and won 1 out of 11 stars, the next trial ‘Scareground’ saw lioness Jill Scott, former England Rugby Union player Mike TIndall and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner compete to win balls rather than stars, Babatunde, Owen and Scarlette were randomly selected to take part in the trial ‘The Jungle On Sea’ and won 9 out of 9 stars, the trial ‘Watery Grave’ saw Boy George and Charlene win 2 out of 11 stars, all the remaining 10 celebrities took part in the trial ‘Partners In Grime’ and won 10 out of 10 stars and Jill and Mike took part in the trial ‘Speak Uneasy’ and won 10 out of 10 stars.
  • Deals on Wheels challenge saw Owen and Scarlette fail to complete one of the challenges, but then Charlene, Mike and comedian Seann Walsh complete and campmates got the question right winning of pack of jelly babies, however the respective challenges involving Babatunde and Chris as well as Matt and Owen saw the campmates get the questions wrong meaning with the former they failed to win some chocolate and the latter some cheese & biscuits.
  • The celebrities randomly chosen to go the beach via the challenges involving collecting balls were Jill, Matt and Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver.
  • The celebrities also won letters from home as they had keep the blocks on a balance beam for at most an whole hour.

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