Ready for it: David volunteered to go last as they were told the rules of the testing task, which saw water gushing towards them more rapidly Thanks to his time in the I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! jungle, David Haye has built himself up as quite the favourite. And now thanks to his latest task in the jungle, the boxer has even dressed up in his own super hero gear. David, who has frequently bared his derriere for the cameras during many jungle showers, put on some pants for once, as well as a cape as the remaining four were told to take part in 'Celebrity Cyclone'.
Take that: They were all taking part in 'Celebrity Cyclone' which saw them collecting stars against pouring water With only four celebrities left in camp, Eric Bristow informed the camp that they were all taking part in the Trial. Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts said: 'This is going to be interesting. No matter what, if it's sticky, gooey, with creepy crawlies, at least we’re all there together.' Actress Charlie Brooks, meanwhile, told the camp mates that she thought it would be a fun Trial, but none of them were convinced.
Keeping hold: Eric Bristow went first and had to keep hold of all four stars before passing them on to place two - held by Charlie Brooks Eric complained before he was voted out: 'We deserve a fun one instead of being in goo all the time.' He then added: 'Maybe they will give us lunch.' As they headed to the Trial, Eric commented that it was important for them to win the stars, he said: 'We’ve only got a little bit of rice left, not enough for two people, so we’ve got to well today. Whatever is in front of us we’ve got to do it.'
Cheering him on: The camp mates got behind each other as they worked together to win four meals in total David, admitted that he was looking forward to the Trial and was confident they would do well, saying: 'I love a Trial, I love a challenge. I’m here to test myself see how much fun I can actually have and so far its been amazing. Hopefully today’s Trial going to be a toughy, but I believe we’re going to get some serious stars.' The celebrities arrived at the Trial dressed in coloured pants and capes ready to take on Celebrity Cyclone. The celebrities were told the rules to the Trial by hosts Ant & Dec, who said they had to battle elements as they tried to get the stars onto the markers positioned on the course.
'Like Superman': Charlie gushed over David afterwards as he was faced with the most difficult task when the trial became more difficult
Holding on for dear life: They were all ecstatic to find out they'd won themselves four complete dinners for that night, which became Eric's last night in the jungle source: dailymail
It's... Super David! Haye puts his pants on for once as he joins remaining I'm A Celeb campmates in joint Cyclone trial as they're lashed with water
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