In camp, Janice is doing some musical scales, before performing a track with the lyrics: “I’m the original supermodel… and b***h.’
Janice jokes: “I can’t sing a thing, but I’m doing an album.”
Describing Janice’s jungle vocals and hairdo, Toff says: “I’m obsessed with Janice. She sort of looks like Hagrid but she’s rocking it.”
With campmates given their own versions of the lyrics to add into the mix, including Paul being the ‘original Royal butler… and b***h’, the song builds.
Paul confirms: “I’m a back up singer in Janice’s band now!”
THREE CELEBRITIES TACKLE HIGHEST EVER TRIAL
A Bush Bulletin brings news of the next terrifying Trial.
Carol reads: “Celebrities, it is now time for three of you to take part in today’s Trial, World’s End.”
She adds: “The names are here: Amir, Helen and Myleene.”
Toff tells Helen: “You’ve got to do better this time. Sorry to be savage, but you have to.”
Andy adds: “Just remember, if you come back with no stars, Janice will rip your head off.”
Arriving at the Trial, the trio learn they will be facing the highest Trial ever in the history of the show.
They are told they will all be climbing a crane-like structure 1,100m high, in a bid to unhook stars and attach them to themselves.
A nervous Amir insists: “Camp’s been eating well… we have to get through this. We’ve got a strong team today. We’re going to make sure we have another feast tonight.”
Helen, who is infamous for refusing to do Trials, shocks hosts Ant and Dec as she says: “Guys, I’m not going to let you down, I’m going to do it.”
During the Trial, Amir slips down heavily onto a suspended plank. As the hosts grimace, Amir says: “The jewels are alright guys, don’t worry.”
Meanwhile, has Helen stuck to her promise? And how’s Myleene’s head for heights?
TOFF AND CAROL MAKE LONG LUNCH PLANS
Dreaming of a slap up lunch, Toff tells Carol: “I’d like to have a proper knees up lunch. A PFL [I call it]. It goes on for 10 hours. You just sit.”
Carol says: “I call it the late lunch.”
Toff agrees: “Then you’re still there at 11.30pm!”
Referencing her former Countdown colleague Carol says: “Me and Richard Whiteley set records in restaurants [for how long we’d be there].”
Speaking in the Bush Telegraph, Carol says of Toff: “We have so many things in common. It’s almost like our DNA is meshed together. It’s really weird, it’s odd.”
Toff later says: “Carol’s a bit of a dark horse. She’s got a serious repertoire of dining buddies. I want to muscle in on them.”
CAMPMATES FACE A TEAM CHALLENGE
The campmates learn that today they must work together in a bid to win themselves some treats, in a challenge called Plug It!
They are all told to go down to the creek, where they find a phone box-like structure that is full of holes. It will fill up with water and it’s their job to plug the holes. The higher the water is when their time is up, the more treats they win.
As they were forced to manoeuvre around each other to reach the holes, Carol says: “It was like wet twister.”
And having been eager to do well, Fatima insists: “I saw that as my job, telling people to shut up and concentrate.”
Amir admits: “It felt like a hard 12-round fight. My fingers were hurting, my body was hurting… it just exactly reminded me of a fight.”
But with campmates struggling to stay in position and one threatening to quit the challenge, how many treats will they total up when their time is up?
ANT AND DEC HAVE BIG NEWS
As the campmates prepare to go to bed, they are shocked by the sudden late night arrival of Ant and Dec.
Dec says: “We bring news. For one of you, this will be your last night in camp. But this time, who that is, is up to you.”
This is the first time in the history of the show that the campmates have chosen who goes.
A stunned Carol wails: “Oh no, that’s horrible!”
Paul furiously adds: “That’s not nice!”
But how will the campmates decide? Time is ticking for one celebrity…
I’M A CELEBRITY… SOUTH AFRICA AIRS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON ITV1 AND ITVX