Is some­thing bug­ging you, Miss Gar­raway?

Scottish Daily Mail - - Royals In Crisis - By Eleanor Sharples TV and Ra­dio Re­porter

SHe some­how man­ages to start the day with a smile when she wakes the na­tion on Good Morn­ing Bri­tain.

But Kate Gar­raway swapped her grin for gri­maces as she screamed her way through the first bush­tucker trial of this year’s I’m A celebrity...Get Me out of Here last night.

The pre­sen­ter, 52, was con­fined to a in­sect-in­fested per­spex box while sus­pended 60ft above an Aus­tralian lake.

She screeched as cock­roaches, crick­ets, meal­worms and rats were poured into her con­fined space in the ‘Bugged off’ trial.

The mother of two was joined by for­mer olympian turned re­al­ity tele­vi­sion star caitlyn Jen­ner. But while the 70-year-old Amer­i­can barely seemed both­ered by their or­deal, Miss Gar­raway could be heard scream­ing: ‘I don’t know what to do – I can’t think!’

Dur­ing the trial both women had to drop balls into a mov­ing bas­ket be­low. They both re­leased two, earn­ing four meals for their celebrity camp­mates.

Sun­day night’s ITV launch pro­gramme was seen by 9.7mil­lion view­ers – down more than a mil­lion com­pared to 2018’s open­ing show – as Ant Mcpartlin re­united with co-host De­clan Don­nelly af­ter the for­mer’s drink-drive con­vic­tion hia­tus.

Mean­while, fol­low­ing a back­lash by an­i­mal rights groups, pro­duc­ers have stopped camp­mates eat­ing live bugs dur­ing their chal­lenges.

Crea­ture dis­com­fort: Kate Gar­raway trapped with rats and in­sects in chal­lenge ‘It’s a night­mare! They’ve got to watch Prince An­drew’s in­ter­view and then sit through an elec­tion’

Smiles: Caitlyn Jen­ner and Kate be­fore the trial

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