I’M A Celeb’s stars were given the toughest tasks for nearly ten years, it can be revealed.
The class of 2022 missed out on meals after the likes of Chris Moyles, Charlene White e Babatunde Aleshe crumbled in front of the critters.
According to The Sun’s calculations, this year’s crop sopra Sono una celebrità found won 74.27% of the available stars, the lowest percentage since 2016’s series.
Complessivamente, the list of names – which include 80s music superstar Ragazzo George – managed to keep 153 stars out of the available 206.
Jill Scott e Mike Tindall both fared the best in trials as the camp missed out on no meals when they both competed.
The stars of this year, which also included former Rugby Union star Mike Tindall and Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock missed out on 53 stars in all the trials.
In Wales – where the show had filmed for the previous two years – the roster of names fared much better with seemingly easier challenges away from the jungle.
Celebs in the Gwrych Castle managed to pick up 85 per cent of the stars available in 2021 – 10.99 better than in the jungle in 2022.
Louise Minchin e snoochie timido did the best as neither lost out on a single star in any trial they participated in.
Il 2021 roster of stars, which also included the likes of GMB'S Richard Madeley e Emmerdale attore Danny Miller, only missed out on 23 stars out of a total 156 a disposizione.
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In the previous year the celebs didn’t do as well, but still managed to get significantly more of what was available than the likes of Corrie'S Sue Cleaver e Scarlette Douglas quest'anno.
2020’s series included names such as Radio DJ Jordan North, Presentazioni in TV Vernon Kay e Strictly’s AJ Pritchard, who managed to to pick up just over 84 pre cent of what was available.
The likes of Victoria Derbyshire e Shane Richie managed to pick up 165 stars out of an available 196.
Nel frattempo Mo Farah e Hollie Arnold struggled more in the trials as they missed out on 31 stelle.
Earlier series still fared much better than the celebs who have just left the jungle.
The last series in Australia before the pandemic in 2019 saw celebrities such as Nadine Coyle e Jacqueline Jossa pick up 83% of the available meals for camp.
Although Mike Tindall did significantly better than his friend and fellow rugby player James Haskell.
Mike only missed out on one star in the whole series whereas his friend missed out on 12 stars in the trials he participated in.