Tensions have been rising in the I’m A Celebrity camp, and they threatened to boil over on the latest Bushtucker Trial, Race Against the Elements.
In the task, Rebekah Vardy aired her frustrations at Shappi Khorsandi for being slow, joking she was “actually going to kill her”, while Jamie Lomas and Dennis Wise ran, swam and abseiled to victory, winning a fantastic feast for their fellow male campmates.
The two sets of pairs were tasked with racing across the Australian bush to collect parts of a flag, and at the end they had to put the pieces together and use it as a signal to catch the attention of a helicopter, which picked them up and took them back to camp.
Things didn’t get off to a good start for Rebekah and Shappi as their fellow female campmates lost out on the Battle of the Sexes trial, giving the lads, Jamie and Dennis, a five-minute head start, leaving Becky feeling disgruntled.
She fumed: “I’m really disappointed.”
Shappi admitted she was “glad” she was alongside the wife of Jamie Vardy rather than being slammed by her.
She said: “I’m just really glad I’m here with her other than down there to incur her wrath.”
But poor Shappi didn’t know what was coming.
Things didn’t get off to a great start for the ladies when Shappi couldn’t find her helmet before realising she had accidentally packed it in her rucksack.
Rebekah – whose ex recently said he wanted her to “go through hell” on the show – was then constantly on at Shappi to speed up throughout the trial, and the comedian eventually blasted: “She ain’t half bossy.”
Shappi also joked she feared Becky’s wrath more than losing out on the feast.
She said: “I’m more worried about Becky telling me off than losing the trial. I am the tortoise!”
Later on in the trial, with Jamie and Dennis still ahead of them, Becky and Shappi were tasked with swimming to a fallen log and unlocking a box with a series of keys – only one of which worked.
Becky opened the box and immediately started swimming off without telling Shappi, who then asked her if she needed any of her keys.
Rebekah blasted: “Come on, swim!”
When Shappi pointed out there was a lack of communication and she wasn’t sure what was going on, Becky added: “Just stop talking.”
As Rebekah made it to dry land, she shouted back to Shappi, who was still trying to make her way through the water with all her clothes and a helmet on, “Shappi, come on! Shappi, come on.”
She then said to herself: “I’m actually going to kill her.”
Back in camp, tensions were also rising between Iain Lee and Stanley Johnson, who clashed over part of the main task in which the lads and the ladies had to count up pebbles.
After losing out to the girls, the pair argued in the Bush Telegraph.
Stanley told Iain: “You are an obstinate man, Iain, I’m saying you are not ready to recognise that your system was wrong.”
But Iain blasted: “Stanley, you are the most obstinate person I’ve ever met, if anyone dares raise a criticism or disagree with you then they are obstinate, it’s a different point of view. We didn’t win it fair enough.”
Iain later apologised to Stanley and when a victorious Jamie and Dennis returned to camp they headed off for their feast of lamb shank, roast chicken, potatoes, corn, salad and fruit with an option of an alcoholic or fruit juice drink.
The girls were sadly left with basic rations of rice and beans.
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