Scarlet Moffatt is EXCITED about the eating task on I'm A Celebrity

Scarlett Moffatt has revealed she has been pretending to eat testicles to get her ready for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The Gogglebox star is one of the celebs confirmed for the new series of the show and wanted to be ready if she was tasked with eating anything nasty.

She said: “I’ve been preparing for this by eating really chewy Scotch eggs and pretending they are kangaroo balls.

“The eggs have some popping in them and everyone says it pops so similar!”

The 26-year-old said she actually isn’t too worried about having to swallow anything disgusting.

“I am scared of so many things but the one Trial I am looking forward to is the eating one,” she said.

“I know I might be the only person who says this but I am really curious to see what the things taste like. If you get an ostrich ear, I want to know what it’s like to eat it whole. What is the texture like?”

Scarlett, 26, joked that as she found fame on Gogglebox, people are used to seeing half of her.

She laughed: “It will also be nice to show people that I have got legs as nobody ever sees my legs on Gogglebox!”

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