I'm A Celeb: Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Mike Tindall take on trial

I’m A Celebrity SPOILER: Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Mike Tindall are dunked under water and strapped to rotating wheels after volunteering for the circus-themed Scareground trial

Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Mike Tindall are the lucky campmates taking on the latest Bushtucker Trial during Thursday’s episode of the show.

The three campmates, who all volunteered for the Scareground trial, have an audience for the challenge as the other stars watch.

A teaser clip for the moment reveals Jill in a critter-filled box releasing balls to set the challenge in motion as they hope to bag enough food for camp.

Challenge time! Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Mike Tindall are the lucky campmates taking on the latest Bushtucker Trial during Thursday’s episode of the show

The balls are thrown by former rugby pro Mike, who is attached to a rotating wheel nearly and also covered in critters.

Mike launches the balls towards Owen who has to grab them while submerged under water in a difficult feat.

Owen, who is strapped to a rotating wheel, is dunked under water at intervals to try and pick up the balls and throw them into a box.

Rather you, than me! The three campmates, who all volunteered for the Scareground trial, have an audience for the challenge as the other stars watch

Yuck! The balls are thrown by former rugby pro Mike, who is attached to a rotating wheel nearly and also covered in critters

He can he heard shouting: ‘There’s no need for this.’

Presents Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who are hosting the trial, then remind Owen of his role in the challenge and say: ‘Owen get looking for balls!’

Each colour ball appears to represent a camp mate, and as Owen picks up a bright pink ball, Ant says: ‘That’s your own ball Owen – well done!’

She’s on the ball! A teaser clip for the moment reveals Jill in a critter-filled box releasing balls to set the challenge in motion as they hope to bag enough food for camp

Come on! The team were supported by their camp mates who could be heard shouting words of encouragement from the sidelines.

Hopeful: A teaser clip for the moment reveals Jill in a critter-filled box releasing balls to set the challenge in motion as they hope to bag enough food for camp

Towards the end of the clip, Owen admits: ‘This is actually quite relaxing.’

There is mounting pressure on the group to feed camp after Chris Moyles only managed to bag one star in his second Bushtucker Trial on Wednesday night, which saw him forced to face his fear of confined spaces to crawl through a series of pipes.

Food time? Later in the day Matt, Jill and Sue were seen rustling up food but it’s not sure if they’d be able to tuck into the treat themselves 

Confused: Matt seemed bemused as the trio chatted away with one another 

Team: The group were seen with members of the crew nearby 

On the move: The team had a spring in their step 

Not only was the broadcaster struggling with his surroundings, things got worse when he dropped his bag, losing the spanners he was using to unscrew the stars, and also the tokens themselves, leading him to have to use the final few minutes of the challenge to retrieve the items – but he was only able to rescue one of the two stars he’d collected. 

The radio DJ, 48, arrived at the trial clearing on Wednesday night’s episode with ‘tears in his eyes’, telling hosts Ant and Dec, ‘I’m sh*****g myself’ and his fear took over, leaving him with only one star for camp, which led to a shocked reaction from viewers and the ITV show’s hosts.

Having learned he’d be taking on today’s ‘Boiling Point’ Trial, Chris spoke of his nerves and admitted: ‘As much as all the campmates go, ‘Just try your best it will be fine, don’t worry about it’, underneath it, they’re going, ‘Come back with at least more than yesterday!’

‘I just want to disappear. Three stars yesterday… I would love to come back with 11, but I don’t know what it is, so I don’t know how brave I’m going to be. I’ll try my best.’

Boy George told Bush Telegraph: ‘Fear creates more fear. We all understand that, but in the moment you panic. I really want him to do it because I think it will be really good for his self-esteem.’

As he spoke with hosts Ant and Dec, Ant noted: ‘He’s got tears in his eyes.’

Chris said: ‘Yes! I’m sh**ing myself.’

Fail: Chris Moyles only managed to bag one star in his second Bushtucker Trial on Wednesday

Shock: As Ant and Dec watched on, Chris’ fear took over, leaving him with only one star for camp – after dropping the second star he collected while in the boiler room

Ant explained the Trial rules: ‘This is Boiling Point. You’ve got to enter the boiler room and retrieve four spanners. You’re going to use those spanners to release 11 stars that are within the boiler room and the underground pipe network. Only stars in the star bag at the end of time will count.’

He added: ‘This is a Bushtucker Trial, so the chances are you’re not going to be alone down there.’

Chris said: ‘When you say down there…. I should have done panto. Why is it enclosed spaces guys?’

Tricky: Ant explained the Trial rules: ‘This is Boiling Point. You’ve got to enter the boiler room and retrieve four spanners. You’re going to use those spanners to release 11 stars

Not happy: As Dec tried to advise him on where to go next, Chris yelled: ‘I got it, I know!’

Hoping to do better: The DJ bagged just three out of eleven possible meals in Tuesday’s challenge alongside Boy George and Babatúndé

Tough: Chris struggled throughout the nail-biting challenge 

Dec encouraged: ‘Remember to keep breathing and keep talking to us.’

Ant said: ‘We’re here.’

Having retrieved the spanners and making his way into a watery section of the pipe, Chris said to himself: ‘Don’t panic… I’m really sorry, I’m really sorry. God I’m panicking I won’t be able to breathe on the other side.’

As Dec tried to advise him on where to go next, Chris yelled: ‘I got it, I know!’

Ant laughed: ‘There’s no need for anger. You’re getting angry with the wrong people here.’

Chris admitted: ‘You’re right, I’m really sorry.’

Fans react: Viewers were all left flabbergasted by Chris’ performance with many pointing out how stomachs would be rumbling in camp – especially Owen’s

As he continued to try to go underwater to unscrew stars, he found he couldn’t keep himself under the water long enough.

Chris said: ‘Good god this is embarrassing.’

Having collected two stars, Chris put the spanners in his star bag to move to another section. However, Chris revealed: ‘This is going to be the worst trial you’ve ever had… I’ve lost my spanners!’

Dec said: ‘You’ll have to go back and get them!’

Chris then revealed: ‘Everything’s now fallen out.’ A shocked Dec asked: ‘What, the stars?’

Lol: Even Chris’ friends and family couldn’t help joking about his trial fail, as they tweeted from the DJ’s official Twitter account

Dropped stars: As time started to run out Ant said: ‘You’re going to have to go back and look for them, you haven’t got long left now

Chris admitted: ‘Yeah!’

As time started to run out Ant said: ‘You’re going to have to go back and look for them, you haven’t got long left now… you’ve got like a minute and a half.’

When the klaxon sounded and Chris returned to Ant and Dec, Ant asked: ‘Chris, what happened?’

Chris said: ‘I’m going to be honest with you, it all went t**s up. Couldn’t even get through the membrane, this is pathetic.’

Tough trial: Chris said: ‘I’m going to be honest with you, it all went t**s up. Couldn’t even get through the membrane

Chris then confessed: ‘I’ve lost a star…’

Dec said: ‘As we said, only stars in the bag at the end of the Trial will count…’

Counting out one star, Chris said: ‘I can’t go back to camp.’

Chris added: ‘They’ll all say really nice things and every single one of them will be lying… I think I’m going to go back and tell them I got none.’

Dec laughed: ‘And then one is a nice surprise? That’s really clutching at straws.’

Returning to camp Chris told them: ‘It’s really not good news and I’m really sorry. This is so awkward. I didn’t and I’m not joking, I got one star. To make it worse I got two and it fell out of my bag.’

Upset: Returning to camp Chris told them: ‘It’s really not good news and I’m really sorry. This is so awkward

Pals: Boy George added in the Bush Telegraph: ‘I wanted him to come back with more for him, not for me. I thought it would be good for his self-esteem’

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