I'm A Celebrity: Danny Baker and Martin Roberts reportedly entering the jungle

The 10 celebrity contestants in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle seem to be getting along nicely.

But things look set for a shake-up, as reports indicate that two new famous faces will be entering the Jungle.

Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts and Radio DJ and TV presenter Danny Baker are the two names thought to be joining the stars, according to the Mirror.

The paper reports the two stars will heading into the jungle on Thursday night.

Tonight viewers will see Scarlett Moffatt and Carol Vorderman feast on camel nipples, turkey testicles, cow anus and vomit fruit as part of the second Bushtucker Trial.

The twosome were the latest celebrities voted for by the public to take part in the gruesome challenge.

Talking to Carol, Scarlett said: “It might be an anus muffin or summat”, adding that if there was “garnish” on the side she would be fine.

She later quipped: “One of my favourite foods is doner meat and that’s a doner, it isn’t even like a real animal. I don’t know what I’m eating when I (eat) that so I think I’ll be fine on this trial.”

The trial, called the I’m A Celebrity Big Bush Bake Off, sees the duo gagging through five rounds of stomach-churning meals prepared for them by the resident camp chef, Scary Berry.

For each round they complete successfully they will win a star, worth a meal, for their fellow campers.

The menu includes chocolate nip cookies (camel nipples), French knackeroons (turkey testicles), Bum-offee Pie (cow anus) and Sicktoria sponge (vomit fruit).

I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! airs on Wednesday night on ITV at 9pm.

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