Pranks, panic rooms and packages make for an unforgettable weekend showcase on 'I'm A Celebrity'

Ashley Roberts, David Haye and Hugo Taylor have revealed their devilish side in camp as they took turns to play prankster in the camp- leading to a fake tan disaster, Eric Bristow shaking his hips and Hugo declaring himself the King of the jungle.

Fighting to receive care packages for the camp, boxing champion David Haye was the first to take part in a secret mission as he removed the camp mirror and awaited disaster. Acting beauty Helen Flanagan was left "looking like she was in a mud fight" after she applied her fake tan without the help of a looking glass. Gleeful about his success, David heard Helen shout that “she would run for the hills” if the mirror wasn't replaced.


"Everyone’s accusing everyone but they are not accusing me," laughed the 32-year-old sportsman.

Pussycat Dolls star Ashley Roberts then took her turn to confuse her camp mates. Scaring Hugo into submission after she insisted she had seen a monster nearby, the star then went on to convince Helen to wash her clothes to secure more care packages. Although Helen agreed to complete the chore, the star got festively fuddled as she asked "Can I put reds and greens together, will it make a difference?"

Set to irritate camp in his own unique style, Hugo made of a joke of the ditzy actress once more as he falsely informed her that he would be receiving a straggering thirty million pounds as soon as he turned thirty, leading to a non impressed Helen simply replying "yeah". His lie that his father made his wealth as a rags to riches florist went down a treat with celebrity chef Rosemary Shrager, who admitted "Well, I have great respect for that." His final lie to darts champion Eric, however, showed how far the pair had come. Having previously slammed the Made In Chelsea star for being "a posh boy", the star joked with Hugo over his declaration that he thought he could win the reality show title.

Eric admitted: "I think you've got a chance yeah, just take it one step at a time." The final hilarious joke executed by the trio led to the contestants swaying their hits in time to Pussycat Dolls song Don't Cha. Dancing the camp to victory, the constestants were thrilled to receive their much longed-for gifts from home, such as photos of their family, chocolate, and in a more unusual turn, mint shower gel.


Things started to get serious, however, when it was revealed that in a shock twist Colin Baker and Eric would be going head to head in bushtucker trial to remain in the jungle. The competitive pair were led into a terrifying Panic Room task, where they had to retrieve as many stars as possible from the aggressive animals that lay behind the scattered portals.


As Eric fell victim to a snake bite and Colin suffered a crab pinch, the pair secured five dinners for their starving camp. Unfortunately for the pair, the task was not that simple. After winning eighty grams of stars in comparison to Eric's staggering two hundred and sixty, Colin bid farewell to his campmates. The Doctor Who star also suffered a less tearful goodbye as he waved adios to his former size.

Waving his fists in jubilation after he left the camp and greeted his wife Marion, the star said to Ant and Dec: "It feels remarkably good."


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