Are those Nadine's big pants, we prefer the white bikini Helen Flanagan puts clothes ON as she tries to set a world underpants record on I'm A Celebrity…
22:59 GMT, 15 November 2012
00:51 GMT, 16 November 2012
The celebrity camp finally enjoyed some hot food.
As there was no Bush Tucker trial, the camp were set a challenge to win food – and they were told they had to break world records to earn meals.
It meant that poor old Helen Flanagan was spared a Bushtucker trial for once
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Getting her knickers in a twist: Helen Flanagan attempted to set a world record by putting on the most underpants in a minute
David Haye seemed optimistic about his chances for some good food around the campsite for one.
He said: 'Food, challenge, me, ten people, seems a lot more promising that Helen going off into the wilderness to bring back food.'
Aren't they too big for you Helen Flanagan puts on the big pants for the challenge
Record breaker Helen attempted the challenge in a bid to win a meal for the camp
Helen's record attempt saw her try and put on the most amount of underpants in a minute.
Wearing her famed white bikini she made a valiant attempt, but sadly failed. Again.
Colin Baker sympathised afterwards: 'She had to put 37 knickers on in a minute.'
A failed attempt: Unfortunately, the former Coronation Street actress wasn't successful in her attempts
Eggs-celant skills: Hugo showed off impressive talents to place eggs in an egg cup with his feet
Winner: Nadine Dorres comes up trumps with autographs on a human body
Eric had the first chance to break a record, attempting to throw 8 darts in the bulls-eye.
Despite his failure, Linda fared better in the coupling socks challenges.
Charlie attempted to eat an onion in the quickest amount of time, but failed – as did Ashley when she attempted to beat a record attempt at star jumps.
Nadine did manage to write the most amounts of autographs on a human torso in a minute, while Hugo successfully placed six eggs in egg cups.
Brian did the most kisses on a hand in a minute, while David succeeded in letting off the most amount of party poppers and Colin told the most jokes in a minute.
Twist: The camp were expected some hot meals, but were told they could sacrifice them if they spared their new housemates, Limahl and Rosemary Shrager, from a night of rat infested drama
It meant that the camp had six meals to enjoy for dinner.
The camp were delighted with their haul, but were shocked to discover that two other celebrities were joining them.
They were told they could end their new campmates suffering at a nearby ramshackle hut if they gave up their meals.
Outvoted: Charlie wanted to help the the 80s pop star and chef, but was the lone voice
When Limahl Met Rosemary: The pair meet in happy circumstances, but their smiles weren't to last for long
Spooky goings on: The pair are attempting to stay the night in the rat infested cabin
Barring Charlie Brooks protestations, the camp were unanimous in keeping the meals as they were desperate for food.
It meant Limahl and Rosemary Shrager were forced to stay in the rat infested place overnight.
When the pair were told of their future campmates' decision they decided to keep on with their ordeal as they wanted to win the prize of tea and biscuits for the camp in a bid to show them there was no hard feelings.