Jacqueline Jossa Impresses Fans In 'Worst Bushtucker Trial Ever'
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Last night saw Jacqueline Jossa crowned Queen of the Jungle in this year's series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
But that wasn't before the former EastEnders star was made to go through the 'worst Bushtucker Trial ever'.
Jacqueline's final ever challenge was called Stake Out. She had to lie in a star on the floor with her arms and legs tied down for 10 minutes, while she was pelted with slime, fishguts, scorpions and ants, among other delightful creatures. She also had to hold a spider in her mouth. It's a no from me.
At one stage, green ants ran up her left leg, to which Jacqueline said "Oh no, they're going to go up my nunny."
And viewers were as shocked as she was, with many taking to social media to share their disgust.
One fan wrote: "That trial was horrendous. Poor Jac! Worst one they have ever done. She best win after that."
A second disturbed viewer later put: "This was the worst trial I've ever seen. Fair play to @jacquelineMjos."
And a third added: "Actually the worst trial there has ever been @jacquelineMjos is amazing, she has to win"
Jacqueline beat runners up Andy Whyment, who came second, and Roman Kemp, who came third in this year's series. She takes the crown from former I'm A Celeb alumnus Harry Redknapp, who won the 2018 series.
This year also saw former Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner heading down under.
Speaking in her Extra Camp interview, the 70-year-old explained why she decided to do I'm A Celebrity.
Talking to Emily Atack, she said that she wanted to be a 'positive inspiration' to viewers of the show.
The reality star said: "One of the reasons I wanted to do this show is because obviously I'm trans and I've had to deal with this all my life.
"There's a lot of other people that are behind closed doors. Everybody's got stuff and everybody's got things that they have to deal with.
"I wanted to be a positive inspiration to people, that you know what you can have differences, you can have issues, but just live your life authentically.
"It doesn't mean it's the end of your life, that you can go out, you can do stuff like this, you can be in the public eye. There is a life after it."
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