I’m A Celeb is set to ramp up the Bushtucker Trials tonight in the latest challenge on the hit ITV show.
The trial, which is set to air tonight, will see Rebekah Vardy and Georgia Toffolo attempt one of the most disgusting challenges yet.
They will end up gagging on spiders and cockroaches in tonight’s challenge, titled ‘Worst Dates’.
Check out the clip below:
Ant explains the challenge to the two, telling them they have to eat 'critter en croute', which comprises five dead crickets, five cockroaches, 20 meal worms, one moth and one huntsman spider.
Oh, and the pair only have 45 seconds in which to get them down their gullets.
Obviously, things don't go all that swimmingly, and it doesn't take long for the two to start gagging on the crunchy critters.
It's unclear how the two will fair in other rounds of the challenge, but the outlook doesn't look good for the campmates as far as food is concerned.
You can see the two begin to falter pretty quickly, their eyes watering and heads shaking.
As they retch, Rebekah says, 'It's not going down'.
Toff, one of the celebs completing the trial in the video, had been making fast friends with ex-fellow campmate Jack Maynard before he was ejected from the camp for offensive remarks.
Popular YouTuber Maynard made the shock early exit after rumours of his behaviour on social media before he agreed to join the show.
The 22-year-old brother of Conor Maynard has come under fire in recent days after a number of homophobic and racist tweets, which appeared to have been sent from his account, surfaced online.
Jack’s publicist said he has left the jungle as he had been ‘unable to respond’ to allegations against him and it was ‘only fair’ he should have the chance to defend himself, reports The Telegraph.
The statement reads:
In the last few days Jack Maynard has been the subject of a succession of media stories which, given his position as a contestant on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! - filmed in the Australian jungle, with no contact with the outside world, he has been unable to respond to.
Since it is only fair that everyone should be aware of any allegations made against them and should also have the right to defend themselves, it was agreed that it would be better to bring him out of the show.
Jack agrees with this decision which was made by his representatives and ITV and thanks everyone who has supported him in the show this far.
Tune in to tonight's episode to see how the trial goes down on ITV at 9pm.