I’M A Celeb’s Matt Hancock, Owen Warner and Jill Scott were all put through hell in the final savage trial to win their favourite meals.
The trio have been on a diet of rice and beans over the past few weeks during their stint in the jungle.
Tonight’s instalment of the ITV show saw the final three take part in the Bushtucker Trial clearing – where they each had to take part in a classic trial.
For the first time in history, they were all present for each other’s final challenges.
Arriving on set, Ant told the famous faces: “Up for grabs are starters, main courses and desserts of your choice, fully prepared and delivered into camp for you tonight. How does that sound?
“Also up for grabs are drinks and treats of your choice.
“But for the first time ever, you each get to watch each other take on the final trial of the series.”
Jill was up first and had to take part in Rat Race.
She had to lay in a box and release the stars using her mouth and had 10 minutes to complete it.
The Lioness was stuck in the enclosed space with creepy crawlies including cockroaches and mealworms.
Owen took part Bushtucker Bonanza, where he was tasked with eating five dishes, including fermented duck, camel’s testicle and camel’s eye.
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Last up was Matt, who had to complete Flood Your Face.
The former Health Secretary had to sit on a chair with his head in a tank, which gradually filled with water.
He won a star for each minute that he sat there.
But of course, there were spiders, frogs and other creatures in there with him.
Jill, Owen and Matt all managed to win the maximum amount of stars for their final feast.
Fans watching at home flocked to Twitter to share their amazement at how will they all did.
Een het gesê: “*Me watching that eating trial at home* Horrendous.”
'N Ander het geskryf: “Fair play to Matt Hancock for that last trial he absolutely smashed it!! #ImACeleb.”
'N Derde bygevoeg: “All of them were Incredible during their trials tonight.”
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