People are NOT happy about the yellow team win on I'm A Celebrity

The campers are now officially divided and it’s all gone very survival-of-the-fittest on I’m a Celebrity!

On Friday night’s show, the yellow team proved themselves to be the clear winners, smashing the Hungry Games AND the Live Bushtucker Trials.

The team included newcomer, broadcaster Danny Baker, who previously joked that his compromised taste buds would put him at something of an advantage.

But the rest of his team mates, who didn’t quite have that luck, still pulled off an impressive 6-0 win in the live trial, which saw them take on six grisly challenges to win stars. With their mouths.

They were so successful, that viewers started to get just a little bit suspicious…

For some, it’s even threatened to put them off the show completely!

Just…calm down, everybody. We’re still only a week in…

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