I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here is known for pushing celebrities to their limits. They live in the jungle, sleeping on the floor, battling it against all sorts of horrors to earn the most basic of meals. The treats that they're used to at home are a thing of the past, right? So you'd think anyway.
Show bosses have now come under fire as Kezia Dugdale revealed whilst on Extra Camp, that they 'bribe' campmates into doing jungle chores!
Kezia, who was the second campmate to be voted off the show, revealed on her departure that she had been given tea and biscuits before bedtime.
When challenged about this on Extra Camp, by hosts Scarlett Moffat and Joel Dommett, Kezia revealed that it had been a bribe.
Joel asked Kezia: "You said something on the show about tea and coffee and people assumed you got it every night, is that true?"
"Not at all!" she replied.
"Everyone has their chores to do, whether it's cleaning out the dunny or doing the cooking, whatever.
"If you did it bang on for three days in a row, you got a treat which was tea, coffee and maybe a biscuit.
"Starbucks it was not. You were drinking it out of the pot you cooked in.
"It's pretty rough and it kept you up all night because you were buzzing."
This isn't the first time that bosses have been accused of sneaky tactics, as Shappi Khorsandi revealed after her eviction that she had been given 'secret' meals during her time in the jungle. Despite being a vegan, Shappi decided to fully embrace the jungle lifestyle by eating meat during her time there.
She said: "So I had meat and I was really, really physically sick, five times in one hour. It was horrible," she said after leaving the show.
"After that I asked for vegan food and they were very accommodating."
Oooh, whatever next?
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