I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Trial ep7 preview

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Tony and Nigel face a drinking Trial in the Scarena that sees hosts Ant and Dec and their fellow Away team campmates in fits of giggles as the duo attempt to down the various liquid offerings in today's Trial - DOWN YOUR SORROWS

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! returns for series 23 in Australia. 

Heading back Down Under, award-winning hosts Ant and Dec return for another series of Bushtucker Trial-filled fun. 

A whole new cast of celebrity campmates will be ditching their creature comforts for a life lived under the stars; where collecting stars is once again key to earning food for camp. 

As the campmates get used to camp, each other and the various Trials heading their way, who will ultimately leave victorious as the new King or Queen of the Jungle?

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