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I’m A Celebrity 2019: Jacqueline Jossa favourite to face fifth public voted Bushtucker Trial



Eastenders actress Jacqueline Jossa unsurprisingly finds herself as the bookmakers’ favourite to face her third consecutive public voted Bushtucker Trial in this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

On tonight’s broadcast episode, we’ll see Jossa and former footballer Ian Wright team up after the duo were both voted to face the scary-sounding ‘Crevice of Cruelty’ trial.

Jossa reacted to the news live on air by breaking down in tears, which if the history of the show tells us anything, makes it increasingly likely for her to keep being voted for the viewers’ amusement.

The likes of Natalie Appleton, Gillian McKeith and Helen Flanagan have faced this fate in the past.

And the odds suggest Wright and comedian Andrew Maxwell, who are marked at 2/1 and 3/1 respectively to face the next trial, may be Jossa’s only realistic chance of avoiding her own inevitable cycle.

On last night’s broadcast episode, all twelve camp-mates joined together for the first time as they unanimously faced a trial at Ol’ Dingo Town.

The trial involved each contestant keeping various live insects in their mouths for sixty seconds, and proved one of the easier trials thus far as they won twelve out of twelve stars.

Indeed, it proved a positive night for the camp as not only were they reunited with each other and a full stomach, they were also finally provided with their luxury items.

Cliff Parisi unveiled his oddly-shaped wrapped present to rapturous applause: the former Eastenders star had hilariously chosen to bring a Christmas tree into the jungle!


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