I'M A CELEBRITY star Fatima Whitbread is left furious in tonight's show after discovering three campmates have smuggled contraband onto the show.
New arrival Georgia Toffolo reads a note from show bosses to camp in which they reveal some contestant's have brought in banned goods.
They are urged to discard the goods into an amnesty bowl in the Bush Telegraph to avoid facing punishment.
Toff reads: “Celebrities, there is contraband in camp. You will not get your dinner until you’ve surrendered all contraband. There’s an amnesty bowl in the Telegraph.”
There was confusion over the announcement, not only over who has been up to no good but also over what an amnesty bowl is.
While Fatima, who is lying on her hammock, looks seething with her fellow campmates.
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Gillian McKeith brought in contraband in her initial camp stint in 2010 and she admits to being up to her old tricks, smuggling almonds and salt in her knickers.
Producers — eavesdropping on her whispering to Helen Flanagan — stop the celebs from dining until all banned goods are handed in.
Diet guru Gillian, 63, unloads nuts and salt plus tea bags and mints — before two other celebrities sheepishly confess they are also carrying contraband.
However, it remains to be seen if others are as forthcoming.
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Elsewhere tonight, hosts Ant and Dec arrive in camp to deliver more news.
Upon hearing the latest trial is entitled Supermarket Shriek, Amir Khan is convinced Janice Dickinson will be chosen: “Super…model/ super…market.’
But it’s Amir himself who will be taking on the latest trial.
Arriving at the clearing, he learns he’s got 10 minutes to do a supermarket shop with a difference. On trollies and baskets he’ll find details of what he needs to pick up.
But with a list that starts with snakes, not snacks, how will the boxer tackle this latest opponent?
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