Dorries' second Bushtucker trial

MP Nadine Dorries has taken part in her second Bushtucker trial on the ITV reality show I'm A Celebrity, eating a camel's toe, an ostrich's anus and a lamb's testicle.

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Report: Mitchell denies giving Dorries' jungle jaunt go-ahead

The former Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell has hit back at claims from Nadine Dorries' daughters that he agreed to give the MP a month off so she could appear on the ITV show I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

Dorries' daughter told ITV1's Daybreak: "She did ask for the month off, she did, she requested it from the Chief Whip at the time, that she's going to go away from a month, that it will be controversial, and he said that's fine."


MP eats baked spider & camel's toe to win Bushtucker Trial

Nadine Dorries eats a portion of a camel's toe. Credit: ITV

Suspended Tory MP Nadine Dorries got her teeth into life in the jungle by chomping on a camel's toe and an ostrich's anus in her latest stomach-churning challenge on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.

The politician was retching at one stage as she tried to swallow a rotten egg after viewers made her face a second bushtucker trial.

But Dorries, who caused a furore last week when it emerged she heading to the Australian jungle during parliamentary time, managed to win her challenge - and food for her camp - by eating more nasties than rival Helen Flanagan.

Dorries was unable to finish her fermented duck's egg. Credit: ITV

Afterwards Dorries admitted on the ITV1 show: "I feel sick as a dog."

The 55-year-old MP managed to gobble down: a baked spider, an ostrich's anus, a lamb's testicle and a camel's toe.

But she failed to consume a fermented duck's egg.

Dorries 'always intended' to donate salary says daughter

The daughter of the MP Nadine Dorries has spoken about the controversy over her mother taking part in the ITV1 reality TV show I'm A Celebrity.

Jen Dorries has told Bedford Times & Citizen:

Mum had always intended to donate the wage she has been paid to charity, for the time she has missed parliament sitting whilst being in Australia.

She was obviously unable to reveal this before the show as she was contractually bound to silence about taking part.

It is for mum to make the final decision as to which charities benefit from this but it is certainly something she will do on her return from the jungle.

Nadine Dorries faced with 'vilest meat on the planet'

The public voted for Nadine Dorries to face both Bushtucker Trials so far. Credit: ITV

Mid Bedfordshire MP Nadine Dorries has been faced with eating with what she described as "the vilest meat on the planet."

The public voted for Dorries, along with former Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan, to take part in I'm A Celebrity's first food-based Bushtucker Trial of the series.

The full trial airs tonight at 9pm on ITV1 and you can watch a preview on the I'm A Celebrity site.


Nadine Dorries fails 'Bug Burial' task

Nadine Dorries lasted over four minutes Credit: ITV

MP Dadine Dorries has failed her first 'Bushtucker trial' on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. Ms Dorries was buried in a wooden coffin-like structure, whilst more than 3000 insects were inserted on top of her.

She lasted just over four minutes, whilst Helen Flanagan lasted less than a minute underground. Although she stayed longer than Helen, both teams lost as they failed to complete the task, which stipulated they must remain covered in bugs for ten minutes.

Nadine Dorries undergoes a 'Bug Burial'

Nadine Dorries took part in her first Bushtucker Trial on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Credit: ITV

Nadine Dorries MP has taken part in her first 'Bushtucker trial' on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, after being nominated by the public.

Ms Dorries, along with the former Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan, were each forced to lie in a wooden coffin-like structure whilst bugs crawled over their bodies.

To watch the preview video go to the I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here website.

The full episode will be shown on ITV1 at 9pm.

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