10-star triumph for Jungle George as Lady C continues to clash with campmates
Published 28/11/2015 | 00:06
Union J's George Shelley has won 10 stars for camp in the latest I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! Bushtucker Trial.
But the camp continued to be divided courtesy of a number of rows involving Lady Colin Campbell, dubbed Lady C on the ITV show.
Shelley joined Ant and Dec on a cinema set for Saturday Fright At The Movies.
The trial consisted of challenges based on four famous film scenes and the pop star had to find 11 stars.
The first scene was Bug to the Future, based on Michael J Fox movie Back to the Future.
Shelley had to get into a cockroach-filled DeLorean car and retrieve three stars.
He then had to contend with snakes in Edward Slitherhands, a play on Johnny Depp's Edward Scissorhands.
Cloudy With A Chance Of Pig Balls was based on kids' film Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs. The singer had 60 seconds to find stars hidden in pig testicles.
The final scene was Green Ant Mile, inspired by Tom Hanks film The Green Mile.
"Oh, they're getting in my bum!" Shelley shouted at one stage.
But he persevered and won 10 stars.
Tensions continued in the camp as Lady C clashed with Dragons' Den businessman Duncan Bannatyne and singer Tony Hadley.
"Those two old egotistical men. Why can't they give young people a chance?" she said after they asked to do the Bushtucker Trial.
"They don't need it - so selfish."
She added: "Tony doesn't have a brain in his head. The crap that comes out of this mouth, makes no sense whatsoever."
During a heated discussion, the author called Bannatyne "an impertinent old goat".
And when the Spandau Ballet singer told her off for throwing a beetle into the fire, she lost her temper.
"You are a pretentious piece of s**t and I've had enough of you!" she cried.
As the argument continued, Lady C added: "You fat blob. It's none of your f*****g business, a***hole. You arch hypocrite, a chippy oik with the brains of a pea and the mouth of diarrhoea."
The pop star said her language was unladylike.
Former footballer Kieron Dyer told boxer Chris Eubank he could no longer defend the 66-year-old's behaviour.
"That was just wrong, he called her up for throwing it in the fire and that was brutal. He didn't warrant a response like that. I was shocked."
However, the rift between Lady C and choreographer Brian Friedman appears to be healing.
The 38-year-old opened up about his short-lived experience on the panel of The X Factor in 2007.
"I did have a meeting with Simon Cowell and he brought me over to the UK to be a judge on The X Factor. It was very brief because they decided to bring back Louis Walsh."
He added: "I think it was always planned. I feel he was let go for publicity and I was brought in."
Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter and Friedman admitted their mutual dislike of boxer Eubank.
"He works my nerves," said the choreographer.
The next camp mate departure will take place on Sunday's show.