I'm A Celebrity viewers disgusted as Jordan North admits he's gone 'feral' and hasn't washed his underwear in THREE days
JORDAN North horrified viewers when he admitted he's gone "feral" on I'm A Celebrity – and hasn't washed his underwear in THREE days.
The BBC Radio One DJ didn't hold back when it came to dishing the dirt to his campmates about his washing habits.
The celebrities spent the morning in the castle passing the time by doing chores and exercises.
Beverley Callard and Hollie Arnold said they were going to do a "mass laundry wash" and asked if anyone wanted anything washing.
And when Jordan said he’d not changed his underpants since arriving at Gwrych Castle, Jessica Plummer was shocked.
Jordan said: “Usually at home I wear them once, in here we’ve just gone feral.”
Jordan asked AJ if he’d changed his underwear since arriving at the castle and AJ said he hadn’t – pleasing Jordan that it wasn’t just him.
But viewers were less than impressed.
One said: "Jordan PLEASE change your pants we saw how much you were sh**ing yourself last trial."
Someone else joked: "Would’ve thought if anyone had already gone through all their pants, it would be Jordan."
Another said: "Jordan hasn’t changed his pants for 3 days and wet the bed until he was 15 but I still love him more than ever."
Meanwhile Mo Farah was running around the courtyard to keep fit and asked Shane Richie to join him, Shane said “Nah, you’re alright.”
Talking in the Telegraph later, Shane laughed: “I feel really bad, I’m in here with Mo Farah, Olympic gold runner and he asked me for a run and I said ‘no, you’re alright mate’.”
Later Shane and Victoria cleaned out the privy, with the EastEnders star admitting: “This is my worst nightmare."
Despite only being in camp for three days, Jordan's already been on a journey he'll never forget.
Last night, the radio star broke down in tears over his fear of snakes – before being buried alive with them.
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly called it the "most dramatic trial" in the show's history.
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