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I’m A Celebrity 2019: Ian Wright odds-on favourite to face fourth public voted Bushtucker Trial



Ian Wright is the odds-on 8/11 favourite to be voted to face the fourth public-voted Bushtucker Trial.

The viewers were not able to vote last night as Ant and Dec revealed live on air that all camp-mates will face tonight’s broadcast trial, which will be set in Ol’ Dingo Town.

They’ll be desperate to win plenty of stars after the Main Camp were left with rice and beans on last night’s episode.

Jacqueline Jossa chose Myles Stephenson to compete with her on the ‘Snake Rock’ trial – and they won a respectable six stars given the terrifying amount of snakes in the trial.

However, Ant and Dec subsequently revealed Jossa and Stephenson were to be banished to jungle jail with Andrew Whyment, Cliff Parisi, Kate Garroway and Andrew Maxwell.

Things got even trickier for Jossa and Stephenson as they were provided with a further dilemma: take the six stars they had won with them, or allow Main Camp to have them.

Ruthlessness trumped nobleness in this case, with Main Camp belatedly informed of the duo’s understandable decision.

Wright voiced his dissatisfaction regarding the lack of food once more, admitting, “That’s just going to put me in the wrong vibe all day now.”

The former footballer’s struggle with hunger may well be the main reason the bookmakers have him as the heavy favourite to face his first public voted trial.

Jossa is his closest rival at 5/2, with the likes of Caitlyn Jenner, Whyment and Garroway further afield at 5/1.

Garroway gave an unintentional hint that an eating trial may be right up her street, after joking with Maxwell, “I can chew your meat anytime you need.”

This came after Maxwell had badly choked on his food – and it certainly cheered the Irishman up!

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