They might be getting more and more hungry by the day but two celebrity’s that are not hungry is Nadine Dorries and Helen Flanagan.
The pair where voted to take part in the bushtucker trial called Rotten Rhymes on last nights I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
During the trial the pair had to eat camel’s toe, ostrich’s anus, a rotten egg and lamb’s testicle.
Both girls found the trial hard as they where both gagging during the trial while shows host Ant and Dec stood and watched.
The pair are the popular ones to vote for from the public as they have been voted for all the trials but thats all about to change as the two camps have been put together into one big camp so only one person will do the trials at a time.
So on Thursdays show Helen got picked by the public again!
Dorries went first kicking off the trial as she had to eat a big spider.
The MP broke the legs off one by one they putting the body of the insect into her mouth!
Nadine then got through an ostrich’s anus and swallowed a lamb’s testicle but failed to eat a fermented duck egg.
After the trial Dorries said:
‘I actually feel a bit sick now, but I’m really glad I did it.
‘When I sat down and saw that massive spider with hairy legs on the plate I didn’t think I was going to be able to do it. The thought went through my head, ‘oh, we’re not going to eat any tonight’, but I thought to myself, ‘yeah, you can do this’.’
She may not have won but Helen said that she feel good as she did give the trial ago unlike the other night when she spent 3 seconds in a coffin when she should have been in there for 10 minuets!
Helen said after the trial:
‘I’ve never been so proud of myself. I can’t believe I ate those things. I’m on top of the world.
‘I know I lost by one point. It’s kind of boosted my confidence that I can do things. I feel really happy that I got what I got.’
The Dr. Oz Show offered to pay for the surgery, as long as they got exclusive interview rights.
Wesley Warren Jr. declined that opportunity.
Some people think it’s because he didn’t want the eyes of the public on him, but his reasons are much more blunt:
“Who would want to live like this? I just don’t want to die during the operation.”
The condition is caused by an excess of watery fluid collecting around his testicles.
What’s strange is that he was even fundraising for the surgery, but now he’s turning down the free one — regardless if it prevents him from holding down a job and makes it difficult for him to urinate properly.