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Anyone who appears on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! knows they probably won't be feasting on smoked salmon blinis and chateaubriand every night with a nice glass of merlot. But we can imagine it's still a bit of a shock to the system when faced with something like sheep brains - as Harry Redknapp and Noel Edmonds have had to tackle:
Noel, 69, and Hazza, 71 may have been living it up as the jungle's Emperor and special advisor lately, but it turns out even those at the top have it tough sometimes.
In the preview clip for tonight's show, we can see the colour drain from the pair's faces as they're served the brains in a pretty sketchy-looking skull.
It was the first course of the Roman banquet that they were given to eat in the colosseum in front of the rest of their campmates - who we can see watching and laughing as the two blokes tackle their less-than-appetising snack.
As Harry looks on in fear, Noel asks hopefully: "Any condiments?"
Harry then says to Dec and Holly: "I've struggled to eat the food in the camp, I don't think I've really ate anything, so this is going to be difficult for me."
But when they ask if he reckon he'll be able to do it, Harry replies stoically: "I've got to do it. I've got the grandkids at home watching. Can't let 'em down."
Noel adds: "I've trying to engage in what I call corneal re-alignment protocol, C.R.A.P for short, in which you visualise something other than what you're looking at. I'm visualising a very large walnut that will be chewy."
Cor, rather you than me, LADs.
Still, though - eating brains has to be marginally better than being the camp's literal 'shit shoveler', a role that Harry recently volunteered for.
The former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham manager explained that he's lacking in his sense of smell, which meant that he doesn't mind taking on the dirty camp job. I mean, not being able to smell would help things, but it's still definitely not ideal.
Harry also said he would take on the task because he can't cook, and, before going into the jungle, also admitted he'd never seen the programme before, saying: "To be honest, I have not actually watched the programme! I watch sport all day and all night when I'm at home and we are out three to four nights a week."
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