After Wednesday's episode of I'm A Celebrity, when Iain Lee was told by other campmates that he wasn't 'allowed' to do a Bushtucker Trial, he seemed to think that he'd never be able to do one again.

However, in a teaser clip for Thursday's show, it looks like he and Jennie McAlpine manage to get out of camp and take on the challenge.

To be fair to them, this isn't the nicest challenge ever and they seem to be smashing it...


Credit: ITV

This comes as Dennis' future in the camp is in jeopardy. ITV bosses are reported holding 'crisis meetings' in order to try and come to a conclusion about how to address the 'bullying' issue.

It all kicked off after this particularly nasty exchange...

Credit: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me out Of Here! / ITV

The former footballer clashed - again - with comedian Iain Lee when both of them put themselves forward for the latest challenge, Tutankha-Doom. Dennis then said that he had an 'issue' with Iain having a stab at it, given his past failures.

"My only problem and I'll be honest with you Iain, is that you've said 'Get Me Out Of Here' twice and what I don't want to do is we have no dinner and so..." Dennis said.

"Ok but I also got 11 stars on one," Iain fought back.

But Dennis wasn't having any of it, saying: "I get that but you've also said 'Get Me Out Of Here' twice out of the three you've done you failed..."

Iain then corrected him: "No, I failed one of them, the other was a challenge."

Viewers then took to Twitter to defend Iain, and call out Dennis for 'bullying'.



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ITV bosses are now 'locked in crisis talks' regarding Dennis' behaviour.

The Mirror spoke to a show insider, who said: "Producers have been holed up in meetings debating whether to reprimand Dennis or remove him altogether.

"They have a duty of care to all contestants they take very seriously."

However, an ITV rep strenuously denied the claims to the newspaper. They said: "The welfare of all our celebrities is of utmost importance and we've not witnessed nor had any complaints of bullying from any of them."

Ant and Dec also haven't been giving Dennis an easy ride throughout the series, and viewers have a theory that it relates to football. Long story short, it could well be why Wise has now found himself at the mercy of lifelong Magpies fan Dec, who is constantly making jokes about Wise's size, despite actually being the same height.

On Wednesday's show Dec had another dig, saying sarcastically that he has a 'great sense of humour', before also saying, equally as sarcastically, that he's a 'very normal-sized man.'


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Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her - mel.ramsay@pretty52.com

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