I'm A Celebrity 2013: Joey Essex and Matthew Wright to face second bushtucker trial
The TV stars face a mass of creepy crawlies on tonight's show
They ate ostrich penis, turkey testicles and pig's brain on Monday night's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! 'takeaway' trial, but now Joey Essex and Matthew Wright are to face another squirmworthy challenge.
The presenter of The Wright Stuff and his campmate Joey, of The Only Way Is Essex fame, are to be buried up to their chins in giant hour glasses for 'Up To Your Neck In It'.
Matthew has openly admitted that he is "absolutely terrified" of spiders, so there may be some tears of fear on tonight's show.
Celebrity contestants undertake bushtucker trials in a desperate effort to win meals for their respective camps. Should they fail to bring home a victory, their comrades eat measly portions of rice and beans for dinner.
Among the celebrities to leave luxury behind for the Australian jungle this year are Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington, Westlife's Kian Egan and The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air's Alfonso Ribeiro.
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