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Jorgie Porter and Lady Colin win ten stars in disgusting I'm A Celebrity trial

Published 17/11/2015

Jorgie Porter, one of the contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015
Jorgie Porter, one of the contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015
Lady Colin Campbell, one of the contestants for I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! 2015

Jorgie Porter and Lady Colin Campbell triumphed in I'm A Celebrity's second Bushtucker Trial, winning all ten stars as they chowed down on disgusting dishes from camel lips to cockroaches.

The pair were faced with five dishes each in a mock cookery show called Disaster Chef, which Lady Colin termed a "modern day gladiatorial sport".

"We will be womanful. We will prevail. And if we don't, we are going to lose weight. Its win, win," she said as she took off her pearls in preparation.

Sitting at a table next to a chef's kitchen, the two began with Spaghetti Vom-lette.

Porter squirmed as she ate three cockroaches, while Lady Colin, who gracefully used a knife and fork, deemed her three crickets "actually rather good".

Lady Colin required a moment for the penny to drop when faced with their second meal of Spaghetti Bollock-naise. "What are bollocks?" she inquired.

But the pair gamely tucked in to the dish of beach worms served with turkey testicles which prompted a cry of, "Delicious actually. Ship some of those over for me as well. Scrum, scrum actually," from Lady Colin.

Porter then ate ostrich tongue, while Lady Colin chewed on "hairy" camel lips, followed by their fourth meal: Balls Marinere, or fish eyes for Porter and pigs eyes for Lady Colin.

Their fifth and final round was tagine with a side of crocdile penis for Porter, which she said tasted like dim sum.

Lady Colin wolfed down crocodile anus and had a taste of the penis for good measure.

"More gamey. This is not something to recommend. But then I've never liked arses," she said.

The two received a jubilant welcome back in camp, but Lady Colin's happiness was not to last as she was left facing a second challenge thanks to new camp leader Tony Hadley and deputy Chris Eubank.

The pair deemed Lady Colin and Yvette Fielding the most idle campers when asking to rate the jungle inhabitants from hardest to least hardest working.

While Fielding agreed to take on the pan washing challenge and scored the camp a credit card to use on the jungle vending machine, a furious Lady Colin stood firm.

"I'm not prepared to have any part of it and the fact that these two lazy bums know that I've gone out of my way to feed them, their greedy guts and this is the reward of thanks with them casting us in this role, it's an outrage," she said.

She returned to camp to face down her cowering task master Tony Hadley, who protested that he did not realise his choice would have consequences.

The two patched up their differences when Lady Colin admitted: "I accept it wasn't maliciously done."

On Fielding's return, the camp headed to the vending machine where they purchased five hammocks using their dingo dimes.

It was also confirmed to viewers that three new reality show stars would be arriving to stir up trouble in camp.

Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, The Only Way Is Essex's Ferne McCann and Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison will be seen joining the jungle crew in Wednesday's episode.

McCann, 25, and Pattison, 28, will give Hollyoaks actress Porter a run for her money as camp beauty while Chelsea lothario Matthews, 26, will put the cat amongst the pigeons with his womanising ways.

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