After braving cockroaches, mealworms and other creepy crawlies for three tasks, Katie Price will face her fourth consecutive 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' challenge today (19.11.09).
Katie Price will face her fourth consecutive 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' challenge today (19.11.09).
The glamour model has been voted by the public as they celebrity they want to see complete every Bushtucker Trial since she entered the show on Monday (16.11.09).
So far Katie has had to crawl through dark caves full of creepy crawlies for the Deathly Burrows task on Tuesday (17.11.09), then yesterday (18.11.09) for the Celebrity In A Bottle challenge, she was spun in case with 60,000 cockroaches, 10,000 crickets and two buckets of meal worms.
She then completed the Jungle School live trial last night, which saw her pick reward stars out of desks filled with meal worms using only her teeth; putting her hand in a snake filled bowl and wearing gloves filled with green ants.
She had to forfeit some tasks, including drinking a glass of beetle juice, but emerged with nine out of a possible 12 stars for the campmates.
The show's medic, Bob, commended her effort and said he reckons the celebrities face the toughest challenges ever on this year's series.
He said: "Katie had to put her arms in a couple of hundred green tree ants. They inject ascorbic acid, and what people don't realise is that she was probably getting stung over 100 times. She was probably very sore."
"The trials are definitely tougher this year, and there are some much more scary ones to come."
Katie later learned she will face a fourth challenge today (19.11.09) called Hell Holes Extreme.
Meanwhile producers have revealed they will split the jungle camp into two sides today, which will compete against each other. The winners will get to live in luxury, the others in poverty.
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