I’m A Celebrity 2019: Caitlyn Jenner pretends she knows nothing about food smuggling  | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

I’m A Celebrity 2019: Caitlyn Jenner pretends she knows nothing about food smuggling  | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV


I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! viewers tuned in to see Caitlyn Jenner smuggle food back into camp last night. It comes after herself and eight other campmates were awarded a roast dinner feast fit for a King and Ian Wright was one of three unlucky celebrities who missed out. Clearly feeling sorry for him, the US reality star decided to take some of the food back to camp to give to him. However, her actions were caught on camera and tonight the camp as a whole was punished. But, when everyone was told about the incident, Caitlyn’s name was never mentioned as the culprit and in perhaps the biggest shock of the series so far, she denied knowing anything about it. 

It came after Andrew Maxwell was the latest celebrity to be voted for by the public to take part in the Bushtucker Trial. 

Scenes showed him take on The Ark of Agony and when he arrived at the clearing he said he felt “both an incredible mix of a huge honour and a vast insult”.

Hosts Ant and Dec explained the ark was home to an assortment of jungle critters and just like Noah, there were two of everything.  

Also inside the ark were 12 stars hidden in amongst large animal enclosures. However, the large animal enclosures were locked, the keys to unlock them being hidden in smaller animal enclosures.

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Andrew had to get into the smaller animal enclosures, find the key, which then unlocked the larger animal enclosures where he would find the stars.

He had 12 minutes to find all the stars and after a valiant effort he managed to secure ten. 

However, when it came to dinner time, only nine portions of food were delivered to camp. 

Arriving on the mysterious wire above, the dinner bag descending onto the campmates and Andrew announced what was in store for them that evening. 

Annoyed he wasn’t the chosen one to try some of the roast dinner, Andy Whyment commented: “I’m going to call it Smuggle-gate. 

“I was kind of disappointed at first but once Myles started chopping stuff up and putting it into the pot we realised how much food we had and we were all absolutely made up.” 

Myles Stephenson and Nadine Coyle cooked what the campmates described as the “best dinner they’d had”.

The meal consisted of gem fish, wild cabbage, lions mane, chokos, heirlooms and longan for dessert. 



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