Hugo Taylor fantasises about smashing cardboard cut out of Ashley Roberts as tempers flare in Bush Buddies task
01:54 GMT, 20 November 2012
Having to spend all your time with just one other person can be really irritating.
So you have to pity the campmates in the Australian jungle who have to spend the next four days strapped to someone they barely even know.
The celebrities have been paired up for the Bush Buddies task, but only twenty-four hours in, people are already starting to irk one another.
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Gruesome toothsome: Hugo Taylor and Ashley Robertson brush their teeth in unison
On Sunday night's show, viewers saw Limahl berate Helen Flanagan for her shoddy use of the word “ridiculous”, and chastising her even further when she tried to high-five her way out of the situation.
Tonight, there were more short tempers about the four-day challenge which will give one lucky pair immunity from the first public vote.
Should they be separated from their
team mate for any reason, they must attach themself to a cardboard cut
out of their missing sidekick, something which has really irritated Hugo
The Made In Chelsea star grumbled: 'I
don’t think anyone is enjoying this. There is this lurking mood of
anger around the camp. I think someone would like to take one of the
cardboard cut outs and smash it to pieces.'
Hub of activity: There were scenes of chaos as the celebrities woke up ready to face a Bush Buddies challenge
Toil and trouble: The celebrities have been paired off for the next four days, Linda Robson and Charlie Brooks are one of the six duos
Woodland home: The celebrities have been in camp for over ten days now, and have settled in to jungle life
Mellow yellow: Colin Baker and Rosemary Shrager prepare for the day ahead
However, his desire not to be booted from the show means the effigy of Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts is safe for now.
'I’m motivated not to be first out,' he revealed.
Meanwhile, controversial Conservative MP Nadine Dorries is finding it hard to keep tabs on darts player Eric Bristow.
She said: 'I’ve got no chance with Eric he keeps un-attaching himself and I’m walking around with a piece of string next to me.
'Being attached to Eric is very
funny. Eric is not someone who abides by the rules. I will be doing
things and suddenly I’ll look down and have an empty tether walking
along with me and there will be no Eric because he would have escaped.'
But there was some light relief in camp today when the talk turned to spiritual matters.
Rosemary Shrager enthralled the celebs with her experience with a medium.
It caused Eric to quip, 'Was his wife
an extra-large' causing the camp to erupt in laughter – apart from
Helen who was left baffled by the conversation.
Nadine was particularly moved by the outburst of humour, and confessed that since she became an MP she doesn't laugh as much.
Stuck on you: Hugo and Ashley have been paired together for the Bush Buddies challenge
Foam party: Hugo finishes brushing his teeth while Ashley fixes her hair and natters away to him
Joker: David Haye showed off his zany side when he read out some false instructions to the camp
Fooled ya! David was impressed that his ruse worked, and found it all very funny
The laughmaker: But does David amuse others laugh as much as he does himself
'This has been so amazing for me. I
realised that I have laughed so much. I realised that the day I entered
politics is the day I stopped laughing,' she said.
'I’ve also realised, because people
might say you’re with a load of celebrities, but a lot of people in here
apart from Hugo are from very normal backgrounds.'
Immediately Hugo hit back, 'What’s not
normal about my background Why should I be excluded I come from the
same country as you, I speak the same language.'
The brassy MP then quipped: 'You’re in the top two per cent, so you’re not normal. The other 98% are.'
Nadine went on: 'I’ve realised how
disconnected politics is from people because politicians don’t laugh.
It’s so grim it’s just the bubble we work in this disconnected bubble
from everything else.'
Hugo then enquired about the Mayor of London: 'Does Boris laugh'
Giving a rare glimpse of behind the
doors of City Hall, Nadine said: 'Boris does that’s why Boris is so
loved as a politician, I’ve never laughted like this for years.'
Cackling couple: Hugo and Ashley thought that David's trick was hilarious
One hundred and great-y: David's joke clearly hit the bullseye of Eric Bristow's funny bone
Still laughing: David laughed and laughed and laughed – and Helen Flanagan had a bit of a giggle, too
The chortling chef: Rosemary Shrager squealed with delight at David's tomfoolery
Still laughing: David's little prank delighted him for many hours
There was even more fun when boxer David Haye showed off his playful side and pulled a prank on the other celebrities.
Unleashed from comedian Brian Conley who has had to quit the show due to illness, he was sent to collect some instructions for the campmates – but chose to read out some made up ones instead.
Ad-libbing, he announced to his ten competitors that they would remain attached to one another until the fifth celebrity had been evicted.
Obviously, this was funnier to him, now competing solo, than to the others, who looked on in disbelief and a sense of dread.
Looking good: David spent some time trimming his beard today
You missed a bit: Kajagoogoo singer Limahl took a while admiring his crowning glory
But the 32-yearold soon told them it was time for them to 'detach from each other' but that they would need to attach themselves to the correct cardboard cut out when the second Bush Buddy challenge was underway.
He later confessed in the Bush Telegraph, 'Playing jokes on people is what I do on a regular basis, not the nicest thing to do in the world, granted.'
The buddies who were dispatched to face the second challenge were, Nadine, David, Hugo, Helen, Rosemary and Linda.
At the challenge area they were each placed inside a large box where they had to search and deliver tokens which were hidden on the floor and deposit them into a catcher that was located on the outside of the box.
They had to push the token through a hole in the bottom of the box using a magnet provided to guide it across the outside of the box.
Pretty vacant: Helen Flanagan was fixated with her reflection
Lads group: Hugo Taylor, Colin Baker and Limahl have some guy time in camp
They had 90 minutes to land ten tokens in the collector, and the speed at which they completed the challenge would determine their ranking going into the third and final challenge, which would be Bed Bugs.
The quicker they were, the higher their ranking and greater their advantage, and the buddy who finished first overall would get to spend a night in the Jungle Den with their partner.
Similar to the first challenge, the celebrities were fitted with an electric pulse devise that triggered each time a one of them completed the challenge.
Bullseye buds: Nadine Dorries fastens herself to a cardboard cut out of Eric Bristow
True colours: David Haye, Rosemary Shrager, Nadine Dorries, Hugo Taylor and Linda Robson study the rules
House of flies: The celebrities were locked in a plastic chamber with hundreds of flies
Gross! Nadine quit the trial first, later saying she thought the flies were cockroaches
From the get go, the Buddies were finding it tricky, with Helen and Rosemary especially vocal about their struggle.
But, when they were each joined in the box by a swarm of flies, their squeamishness came to the fore, and Nadine was the first to shout, 'I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!'
She admitted, 'I can’t do flying things.'
Hard toil: Colin and Nadine had 90 minutes to complete the task
Box fresh: Hugo Taylor and David Haye were detached from their partners and sent to do the challenge
Buzz off: Helen was the third celebrity to throw in the towel after being immersed in flies
David was the first celebrity to complete the challenge, followed by Hugo and Linda.
Helen was next out. Seeing that she was the last person remaining, Rosemary said she’d “had enough” and threw in the towel.
Later, back at camp, Nadine was quick to explain to her team mate Eric she quit the challenge as David had told her about 'flying cockroaches' and that freaked her out.
Speaking about the shrewd trickster she said: 'David freaked me out before and told me about flying cockroaches and when these things buzzed out I thought they were cockroaches and I got out.'