Ant Leaves Viewers In Hysterics With 'Todger' Quip On 'I'm A Celebrity'

It's good to have Ant McPartlin back on telly, particularly when he makes the sort of quickfire quip which left I'm A Celebrity viewers in hysterics on Sunday night.


Credit: ITV / I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

As Jamie Lomas went through a grisly Bushtucker Trial, the Geordie presenter couldn't resist making a cheeky dig at the Hollyoaks actor's expense - by commenting on the size of his 'todger'.

At the time Jamie and his campmate Rebekah Vardy had been tasked with facing 'The Hole' - a trial where they had to endure being buried underground for 11 minutes with all sorts of creepy-crawlies in order to win food for the camp.

This is obviously the sort of sadism we expect when we watch I'm A Celebrity. Cruel? Maybe. Riveting? Certainly.

Credit: ITV / I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Jamie started to get worried as baby crocodiles were added to the mix, asking: "What if it bites my little todger off?"

Ant then left those watching at home in stitches by replying, quick as a flash: "Well, then it'll still be hungry!"

Viewers at home obviously loved Ant's quick-fire wit and took to social media to praise the Geordie presenter:

One clearly dedicated viewer even tweeted Ant and Dec directly to ask if the quote would be a quiz question on the I'm A Celebrity app:

Not everyone enjoyed the moment though. At least one person was unhappy that Jamie had ruined their illusions about his 'manhood':

It just goes to show that even in the most light-hearted family entertainment show (well... sort of), there's always room for a casual dick joke.

As for Jamie, his todger survived. Maybe they should rename the show I'm An Extremity: Get Me Out Of Here.

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Chris Ogden

Chris Ogden is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from the University of East Anglia with degrees in English Literature and Creative Writing before completing his NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Journalism. Chris has previously written for the independent culture magazine The Skinny, among other publications.

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