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I’m A Celebrity…South Africa will air on ITV one last time as the final four celebs become the top three.
All of this series’ campmates returned to decide which three famous faces they wanted to see take on the last leg of the competition.
Jordan Banjo, Phil Tufnell, Myleene Klass and Fatima Whitbread all waited intently to find out who had been picked, but viewers will have to tune in to tonight’s show to find out who was sent home.
In the upcoming episode, the final two celebrities will go head to head in what ITV describes as a “supercharged” eating Trial.
Warning “this isn’t just any eating Trial”, it appears the celebs, who have not yet been named, will be tested like never before with some gruesome grub.
Taking their seats at the table, the finalists are joined by their former campmates, who have come to watch on and cheer.
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly explain in this eating Trial, they will be shown what they could be eating and they must both suggest the number of each item they think they can eat in five minutes.
The celeb who picks the highest number must then try to eat that many in the time given.
If they are successful, they win a point, but fail to meet their target and their opponent gets a point.
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If they both pick the same number, it’s a straight race and it’s best of nine dishes to determine the winner.
Some of the items on the menu include fermented eggs and mice tails.
Ant tells one of the finalists: “If you do this, you deserve to be crowned the first-ever Legend of I’m A Celeb.”
But who is he trying to cheer on? Which of the famous faces could potentially fall at the final hurdle?
Elsewhere in the last episode, the top three face off in a tricky time Trial that relies on them being able to count to six minutes, while enduring being covered in critters.
They must each sit in a contraption that has their feet in boxes, their hands in hell holes and their heads in helmets.
All the while they are surrounded by green ants, cockroaches and crickets as well as multiple snakes.
The three celebrities must hit their buzzer when they think six minutes have passed. The two celebrities closest to six minutes go through to the final, with the third celebrity sent home.
I’m A Celebrity…South Africa concludes tonight on ITV at 9pm
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