'It's a cow's teat!': Is this the grossest 'I'm a Celebrity' Bushtucker Trial ever?

Laura Hannam
Reporter

We’ve already seen some pretty gross Bushtucker Trials on this year’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! From ants crawling into Emily Atack and Malique Thomas-Dwyer’s mouths to Anne Hegerty forced to down a pint of mashed fish eyes – but surely the latest trial takes the cake. Or teat should we say.

Wednesday night’s (November 28) episode will see Coronation Street’s Sair Khan attempt to eat multiple cow teats. Hidden within a takeaway box, the teats are placed on a bed of rice.

Khan takes the repulsive task remarkably in her stride and claims the teats look like ‘chocolate.’

“That one looks like dark chocolate, that one looks like white chocolate and that one looks like milk chocolate. I love milk chocolate – so great!” says Khan and pops the ‘milk chocolate’ teat into her mouth.

Donnelly agrees with the Corrie star by joking, “That does look quite chocolatey!”

While a visibly disgusted Holly Willoughby mutters under her breath: “What is wrong with these people?” Presumedly making a dig at the ITV show’s producers.

Sair Khan tucks into a ‘milk chocolate’ teat (ITV).

This Bushtucker Trial is called ‘Deadly Deliveries’ eating trial and the far from delicious dish is named ‘teat masala.’

This year’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! has been a huge ratings success, despite some criticism over new co-host Holly Willoughby’s presenting skills and the absence of usual co-host Ant McPartlin.

And there have already been some truly shocking moments. Onscreen we’ve seen the campmates rally around a distressed Anne Hegerty, Noel Edmonds show off his remarkably ripped body and a major continuity error regarding Holly Willoughby’s jumper.

There’s also been some behind the scenes drama too. I’m a Celebrity: Extra Camp co-host Joe Swash had to have a cockroach surgically removed from his ear, while another co-host – Joel Dommett – had to have seven stitches after a wooden sign crashed onto his head on set.

The cow teat eating challenge will air Wednesday evening on ITV.

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