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AJ Pritchard and Jessica Plummer win six stars in their I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! trial

OHMYGOSSIP — AJ Pritchard and Jessica Plummer were left disappointed during Monday’s (23.11.20) episode of ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’, after they only managed to collect six stars in their trial.
The 26-year-old professional dancer and the actress, 28, were voted by the public to take part in the next trial on the ITV reality series, titled ‘The Harm-oury’, but when tasked with collecting 12 stars which would earn them 12 meals for camp, they fell short, only managing to pick up half the stars on offer.
‘The Harm-oury’ saw AJ and Jessica enter a series of rooms and tunnels which were pitch black, leaving them with only their sense of touch to aid them in finding the stars. The pair had to enter separately, and only had one bag to put the stars in, so they had to find each other before they could find the stars.
But after spending 12 minutes navigating the different passageways, the klaxon sounded to end the trial with only six stars won.
After the trial, Jessica said: “I feel really gutted and disappointed.”
And AJ added: “It was so frustrating.”
When the pair returned to camp, Beverley Callard and Giovanna Fletcher tried to cheer them up, as they insisted they’d done their best.
As a result of the trial, the camp was given hare for dinner, which camp cooks Giovanna and Sir Mo Farah cooked whilst everyone else watched.
Speaking in the Telegraph, camp leader Jordan North said: “Mo and Giovanna are chopping it up and I just feel like everyone is watching them and I don’t know about you but especially in the kitchen if someone’s watching me I can’t do it.”
And Giovanna later added: “There’s definitely some micromanagement going on and when you’re in that situation you have to see it as people trying to be helpful rather than just sticking their oar in.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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