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Returning with a live show on Tuesday evening, McPartlin said: "Good evening, Noswaith dda and welcome to Wales. I can't tell you how good it feels to say those words and be back."
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Thanks to you, the viewers, for your patience over the last couple of days and a bigger thanks to our crew, who worked around the clock to get us back on air tonight! It was the Trial that nobody asked for, but full Stars to everyone ⭐️ 💛 #ImACeleb @antanddec pic.twitter.com/RUHqWp6KZg
— I'm A Celebrity... (@imacelebrity) November 30, 2021
Showing images of the destruction the high winds had caused to the television equipment on site, Donnelly revealed: "The wind caused a heck of a lot damage round here as you can see.
"This was our technical base on Sunday morning - an absolute wreck."
McPartlin added: "The castle was fine though. Turns out these things are built to last!"
He went on: "For safety reasons the celebs were evacuated and taken to separate locations with no phones, no internet, not TV and no access to the outside world.
"The celebs re-entered the castle a few hours ago."
The show then continued with footage from Friday - the day before the storm struck.
Former Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge, wife of footballer Wayne Bridge, was shown waking up and asking her fellow campmates: "Has anyone farted in their sleeping bag yet?”
The Loose Women went on to confess: “There's something quite satisfying about it. I don’t know why.
"Look, we’re eating so many beans, everyone’s at it. When you’re around everyone, you don’t want to be doing that when you’re around the campmates. So, I think maybe your sleeping bag’s the safest place for it.”
Ant and Dec joked: "We told you it had got windy!"
The pair were locked lying down in snake-filled chambers with the lights off, as they attempted to collect stars from a maze and slot them into a compartment.
Phillips remained calm, but Cox was clearly scared of the snakes, shouting "La-la la-la la-la la-la la!" in a bid to distract herself.
Phillips then lost a star and had to feel about for it in the dark.
Cox shrieked: "Arlene, I really want to get out of here please, please, please,”
At the end of the trial Cox, 30 was visibly shaken and crying as she was comforted by Phillips and Ant and Dec.
Returning to the camp Cox admitted the trial had been "horrible", claiming of the snakes, "Mate, there was one that was trying to get in my vagina.”
Phillips said she believed the ordeal had helped her conquer her fear of snakes.
Asked if she was still scared of them she said: "I don’t think so. I actually can’t believe I did that!”
The pair managed to get 10 out of 11 stars and win 10 meals for their campmates.
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