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Brave host storms the Cy­clone

Daily Star Sunday - - FRONT PAGE - ■ by FELIC­ITY CROSS

HOLLY Wil­loughby did a spec­tac­u­lar U-turn on her no-trial pol­icy to com­plete the Celebrity Cy­clone in style.

The stand-in pre­sen­ter, 37, had re­fused to face any of the Jun­gle chal­lenges.

But on last night’s Ex­tra Camp

ITV2 show she donned a pink su­per­hero cos­tume and braved the wind, wa­ter can­nons and gi­ant bounc­ing balls of the mega trial.

Along­side Scar­lett Mof­fatt, 28, Joe Swash, 36, and Joel Dom­mett, 32, she took part in the fan favourite.

Af­ter­wards Holly, be­low, could not stop smil­ing and said: “It was amaz­ing, I loved that.”

Ear­lier in the evening on the main ITV show, view­ers saw John Bar­row­man, 51, Emily Atack, 28, Harry Red­knapp, 71, and Fleur East,

31, com­plete it too.

John skipped the chal­lenge due to his sprained an­kle and in­stead had to throw the stars to the other camp mates. For Harry the trial came as a total sur­prise but he joked his way through it.

He said: “I want a wee, John, I want a wee!”

The hero of the Cy­clone was Fleur. She bat­tled up the course with sec­onds to spare be­fore it was back to camp for the fi­nal din­ner.

Emily rem­i­nisced: “Ev­ery­thing I have in my life I ap­pre­ci­ate so much and I’ll never take that for granted.”

Harry said: “My high­light was the ban­quet. I’d not eaten for four days and to see that food I’ll never for­get that. I’ve loved ev­ery minute of it.”

John added: “I got to know one of my friends I’ll have for life and that was Emily.”

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