IAC: Boy George, Babatúndé Aléshé, Chris Moyles bag 3 stars in trial
I’m A Celebrity: ‘I had butter fingers!’ Boy George, Babatúndé Aléshé and Chris Moyles bag just THREE out of 11 stars during trial – leaving co-stars without food as tensions rise in camp
Boy George, Babatúndé Aléshé and Chris Moyles only managed to bag three out of eleven stars in the latest Bushtucker Trial during Tuesday’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.
The singer, 61, along with the comedian, 34, and radio presenter, 48, didn’t have much luck as they competed in Angel of Agony, based on the Newcastle landmark.
Their failure to pick up stars in the challenge meant that their fellow campmates went without much of an evening meal, as tensions continue to rise in camp.
During the episode, Boy George revealed that he was struggling to ‘warm’ to Matt Hancock, as cracks begin to grow between the group.
George admitted he was ‘pretty nervous’ as he faced ‘hell holes’ which included scorpions, which he had to pass through some mesh to the celebrity at the top.
Oh no! Boy George, Babatúndé Aléshé and Chris Moyles only managed to bag three out of eleven stars in the latest Bushtucker Trial during Tuesday’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here
After learning he’d be one of three doing the Trial, Chris said: ‘I don’t want to do it. I don’t want to go…’
Chris told Owen: ‘I can already see the look of disappointment in your eyes.’
Camp all chanted: ‘Don’t come back without the stars.’
Chris said: ‘I feel absolutely terrified. Agony doesn’t sound fun does it? It’s not ‘Angel of Fun’ it’s ‘Angel of Agony’.’
Boy George said: ‘I feel nothing.’
Game on! The singer, 61, along with the comedian, 34, and radio presenter, 48, didn’t have much luck as they competed in Angel of Agony, based on the Newcastle landmark
Babatúndé said: ‘I’m scared bro.’
Chris talked to himself as he walked across the bridge: ‘You’ve got this. Look at you, you look really strong, you look like ‘The Rock’… if ‘The Rock’ was scared of bridges… and puny.’
Once they arrived, Ant explained the Trial: ‘This is the Angel of Agony. We’re feeling very at home because it’s loosely based on the legendary Georgie landmark, the Angel of the North.
‘You’ll each take a position within the angel and you’ve got to work together as a team to get the stars from the bottom to the top. The celebrity at the bottom gets the stars from the hell holes and passes them to the celebrity in the middle.
‘The celebrity in the middle then gets the stars through the mesh to the celebrity at the top. The celebrity at the top must then use their magnet to move the stars into the wings. Every star you get into the wings before the end of time is a meal for camp.’
Chris told Owen: ‘I can already see the look of disappointment in your eyes’
It was agreed that Boy George would go at the bottom, Babatúndé in the middle and Chris at the top.
Once in position Boy George admitted: ‘I’m just letting you know I’m pretty nervous.’
Babatúndé encouraged: ‘Let’s try our best guys.’
They were given 11 minutes for 11 stars and Dec noted: ‘It’s all about teamwork this!’
Boy George chanted throughout as he faced hell holes which included scorpions. He said: ‘The scorpions are my friends.’
Babatúndé dropped the first star back down as he tried to manoeuvre it through the mesh up to Chris. This then kept happening.
Pep talk: Chris talked to himself as he walked across the bridge: ‘You’ve got this. Look at you, you look really strong, you look like ‘The Rock’… if ‘The Rock’ was scared of bridges… and puny’
Babatúndé said: ‘It’s very difficult guys, I’m sorry.’
He added: ‘Oh my gosh, I’m so sorry. Oh my gosh it’s so hard.’
Babatúndé repeated to himself: ‘Concentrate on the star.’
Boy George was waiting with stars ready to give him. He said: ‘They have to get to the top or we’re all going to go hungry!’
As Babatúndé tried again, Ant said: ‘The nation holds its breath!’
Boy George started singing about rice and beans.
Dec said: ‘It’s chaos!’
When time ran out the trio had won 3 out of 11 stars.
Babatúndé said: ‘I apologise man, this loss was on me.’
Tough: Babatúndé dropped the first star back down as he tried to manoeuvre it through the mesh up to Chris. This then kept happening
Dec said: ‘That was really frustrating to watch, it must have been frustrating to be a part of. Babatúndé what happened?’
Babatúndé replied: ‘Look man, I had butterfingers today. I tried my best. Every time I got near to the top and I tried to pass it to Chris it just dropped. I’m annoyed at myself.’
Chris said: ‘Why? You can only do what you do.’
Boy George insisted: ‘It was fun, don’t worry about it, I love rice.’
Meanwhile in camp Matt, Jill and Seann went for a run, creating their own route to repeat.
Seann in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘Jill led the way, Matt was behind, I was right behind Matt. Got to the top and that was enough for me. That was enough for Jill, she’s won a European championship, but Hancock…’
Matt ran it four more times.
Seann added in the Bush Telegraph: ‘The man is a beast, there’s nothing he cannot do.’
Jill joked: ‘If he collapses I’m not giving him mouth-to-mouth.’
Jill in the Bush Telegraph added: ‘I do think Matt is very competitive. So once he had in his head he’s running… I’m storing my calories to get through today.’
When the trio then returned from the Trial Babatúndé said in the Bush Telegraph: ‘I definitely feel like I let the team down, my campates down… I just couldn’t get the hang of the Trial today.’
Boy George said: ‘I was proud of myself for overcoming my terror. Then I wanted to cry after.’
Chris said: ‘I don’t think there should be a next time for me.’
Elsewhere during the show, Boy George has admitted that he’s finding it difficult to gel with politician Matt Hancock in the jungle.
Speaking to campmate Sue Cleaver in a private chat on Tuesday’s show, the singer said he finds Matt, 44, ‘very hard to warm to’.
It comes after viewers turned on Corrie star Sue, 59, and Charlene White, 42, after they made some sarcastic comments about Matt on Monday’s show.
‘I find him very hard to warm to’: Elsewhere in the episode, Boy George slammed Matt Hancock while chatting to Sue Cleaver
‘I find him very hard to warm to,’ Boy George began.
‘Everyone else I feel connected to in a kind of… without having to know the ins and outs of who you are,’ he said.
Sue said it’s because Matt is in the jungle surrounded by ‘creative’ types.
‘You’ve got an economist in a camp with a load of creatives,’ she began.
‘He’s math all the way, he uses a different side of his brain. Do you know what I mean?’ she added.
‘Everyone else I feel connected to in a kind of… without having to know the ins and outs of who you are,’ Boy George said about Matt
Private chat: Boy George made the comments when speaking to campmate Sue Cleaver in a private chat on Tuesday’s show
At the end of the episode, Chris was voted to do his second Bushtucker Trial as it was announced he was voted by the public to do Boiling Point.
Chris looked gutted and was consoled by his fellow campmates as Ant and Dec revealed the latest trial would see him ‘reach boiling point’.
Meanwhile, Matt and the rest of the housemates all looked shocked when he managed to escape the trial.
At it again: At the end of the episode, Chris was voted to do his second Bushtucker Trial as it was announced he was voted by the public to do Boiling Point
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