I'm a Celebrity sends two more campmates home

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I'm a Celebrity sends two more campmates homeITV

I’m a Celebrity… South Africa spoilers follow.

I'm a Celebrity… South Africa aired the remainder of the Survivor Trial tonight (May 10), with two more campmates leaving the jungle.

In last night's episode, Carol Vorderman, Myleene Klaas and Fatima Whitbread all booked their place in the next round after escaping the box, leaving the remaining five celebrities to battle it out for the final three spots.

Jordan Banjo and Paul Burrell were the first two to escape in tonight's episode. That left Phil Tufnell, Dean Gaffney and Helen Flanagan to fight for the last space on the bench.

As things got tense, it was former professional cricketer Phil who extended his stay in the jungle, with Dean and Helen following recently eliminated Joe Swash back home.

This marks yet another double elimination in I'm a Celeb's All-Stars series, after Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo and Andy Whyment left together during Monday night's episode.

As they bid their farewells to the camp, former Coronation Street star Helen revealed that she proved something to herself during her second stint in the jungle, whilst Dean said he would be relieved to head home.

With the numbers at the camp dwindling, the remaining contestants didn't have long to wait before they learned of the next trial.

As Jordan read out the Bush Bulletin, Carol and Paul volunteered for the opportunity to win food for camp, opting to take part in 'Wicked Wall'.

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Hosts Ant and Dec explained the trial, which consisted of a climbable structure crammed with hell-holes, crevices and plenty of creatures. Carol and Paul had to communicate effectively in order to drag stars across the gaps consisting of fish guts, frogs and snakes — but Paul initially started shrieking, much to the amusement of the hosts.

The pair eventually finished with three meals for camp and admitted that they were "spent" after the demanding trial.

However, just as they thought the action for the day was complete, the six celebrities were informed that there would be another Survival Trial. Who will make it through this time?

I'm a Celebrity… South Africa airs on Mondays-Fridays at 9pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

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