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'It was horrendous, it nearly killed me!' Pat Sharp attempts another I'm A Celebrity trial but struggles to win enough food for camp

By Kirsty Mccormack

Last updated at 10:08 PM on 24th November 2011

He may have triumped in his first Bushtucker trial, but tonight Pat Sharp wasn't so lucky.

The famous DJ was voted by the British public for a second time to show his bravery on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here and he gave it his best shot.

The 50-year-old managed to win eight stars for the camp - which was three less than what he got at the beginning of the week, and this time his fears got in the way.


'It nearly killed me!' Pat Sharp attempted a second Bushtucker trial called the Bushman's Bungalow

The trial was set in a deserted shack set by a lake, complete with an ancient bushman rocking on a rocking chair on the veranda outside.

Pat had only two minutes in each room, during which he had to find the stars, and come face to face with the jungle inhabitants of the shack.

Pat tackled the Bushman's Bungalow as best he could but only managed to get two out of three stars in the first round in the bedroom after rummaging through drawers and cupboards, all of which were full of cockroaches and other insects.

After he’d finished in the bedroom he confessed to hosts Ant and Dec that the snakes had really 'freaked him out.'


Where's the stars: The DJ tried his best to locate all of the stars in each room of the bungalow

In the living room, Pat was met with lots of rats as he searched for more of the yellow objects but only found one this time.

The former Fun House presenter was talking all the way through the trial and at one point shouted: 'This Trial is tough!'

He then made his way to the kitchen where he searched frantically for more stars, plunging his hand into a sink of eels.  

Everything he opened seemed to contain mealworms and there were flies buzzing around everywhere but he still failed to find all of the stars.


They're under the chair: The 50-year-old ran around the living room and was met with rats and worms

Next he had to look around outside next where a rusty old bathtub contained baby crocodiles.

There was also a bandicoot in a box, and Pat even searched the bushman himself in his quest to earn meals for the camp.

Finally he had to get into a boat contacting old fish and row to a buoy which had a star attached to it.

However, when his two minutes began, Pat jumped straight into the water and swam to the buoy.

When his time was up he emerged from the water looking exhausted and was seemed eager to get back to the camp.


Forget the boat: Pat jumped into the water to try and get the remaining yellow stars

'It was a hideous ordeal,' he told the other celebrities. 'It involved horrible carcasses, rats, bandicoots, it could not have been more horrendous – it was very, very, very, very difficult like you can’t imagine, it nearly killed me.'

Later that day Pat made his way into the Bush Telegraph and said: 'I think they were pretty pleased with me.'

McFly star, Dougie Poynter added: 'It sounded like a horror film or something, I would have been hopeless at it.'

But if Dougie and the rest of the group thought they were safe, then they were very, very wrong.


Bed Bugs: The camp mates had to spend the night in beds filled with rats, bugs and snakes in order to gain immunity

In order to gain their teams immunity, the group had to endure the Bed Bugs challenge.

The blue team felt like they already had an advantage as Sinitta was feeling so nervous.

But Anthony Cotton kept positive saying: 'Team orange are going to do their best.'

The Only Way Is Essex star, Mark Wright, predicted that he wouldn't do so well in the sleeping session - and he was right.


'I can't do it': TOWIE star Mark Wright was hysterical when they put rats into his beds but he managed to stick it out


Fan of snakes: Jessica-Jane Clement didn't seem to mind what she was spending the night with

'I've got absolutely no chance, I might as well just quit now,' he told his team.

He turned into a mad emotional wreck screaming for Dougie to help him during the fright filled overnight challenge.

Of course Sinitta became the first celebrity to shout 'I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here' when fear got the better of her.

The orange team were at a disadvantage for only winning one of the three previous Beat the Bugs rounds starting with just 30 minutes on their clock as opposed to the blue team who had earned themselves an hour.


So brave: Emily Scott began crying and had a panic attack as lost of mini crabs began crawling into her bed


Can't sleep: The blue team were the winners as they remained in their beds until the morning

The team that managed to clock up the most hours were set to win immunity from the public voting them off.

Each team were allowed to pick what critter to place in their opposing team’s beds, so the orange team immediately decided rats for Mark, while the blue team chose cockroaches for Sinitta and snakes for Antony.

A very scared Sinitta took her time before getting into bed claiming the night was like a 'Freddie Kruger movie.'

'I don't feel like I can do it,' she told the group, whilst Fatima Whitbread tried to encourage them with a stern look.


Ouch! Fatima Whitbread was joined by lots of rats who bit her on the ear at one point


'It tickles': Willie Carson shared the night with jungle critters that climbed into his pyjamas

She tried to shield herself with a blanket against what was going to appear through the holes but was soon shouting to get out – and was sent back to camp.

'As we approached our beds I felt my legs go and I thought I’d pass out,' she said.

'I couldn’t breathe properly and it reminded me of when I was a little girl and my mum used to have to search under the bed, beds are supposed to be safe places and this was my worst nightmare.'

Next to climb out of bed was Antony who was freaked out by having three large snakes in with him - especially when one went to toilet on his leg.


Me and my snake: Anthony Cotton couldn't handle the challenge and hot the cage as he shouted to be let out

'Oh god, oh god, my plan has backfired and I’ve now got a snake on top of me,' he said as the python stretched out the length of the soap star. 'Get me out; I can’t cope with them anymore,' he pleaded.

Wearing his bandana over his face, Mark squealed for most of the night saying: 'Dougie, I can’t do this,' as more and more rats ran into his bed.

'I’ve got to get out, I can’t sleep, they are my worse thing in the world, they are crawling into my pyjamas, they are getting more confident, I can’t do it!


Look of fear: The soap star looked terrified as he tried to stick out a night with the snakes

'I’m going to be sick, they stink and are doing poos all over my bed. This is the worst thing I’ve had to do, ever.'

Someone else who found it difficult but managed to fight it was glamour model, Emily Scott.

She spent the night with lots of crabs but soon had a panic attack and started sobbing.

'I don’t like being in the box, I’m claustrophobic, I fell asleep but when I woke up my heart started going but I will stay,' she said.


We've won! Pat read out the results to the rest of the group in the morning

Benidorm star, Chrissy Rock, was the first of the blue team to leave her bed after bravely bearing hundreds of cockroaches pouring over her and crawling into her ears, she laid completely still all night in focused silence.

'I’m freezing and I feel like Beetlejuice,' she said.

Former athlete, Fatima, endured rats nibbling at her and was called Ratima by her camp mates, whilst Willie Carson got all giggly and twitchy with cockroaches in his bed.

U.S. star, Stefanie Powers, was also accompanied by crabs and Willie said to her: 'I wish I had crabs,' which led Antony to warn him to be careful what he wished for.

As dawn rose over the jungle, the remaining celebrities were released from their boxes and returned to camp.


Fed up: Anthony was moaning in the Bush Telegraph about the group being lazy

The results were read out by Pat who told the group that his team, the blue team, were the winners and were immune from the public vote.

But the whole group were happy when their food arrived later in the evening and Anthony decided it would be best to boil the leg of goat.

But although he always insists on cooking, the TV star felt that the rest of the camp were being lazy by not helping him.

'Some people are very good at doing nothing, I don’t include Crissy in that because she uses all her energy to entertain us and make us laugh,' he said in the Bush Telegraph.

'There are other people that just don’t seem to do much or want to, I’m not naming names, that’s for the others to decide but it does grate a bit.'

He then went on to talk about the state of the camp and commented on how messy it was: 'It looks like we're on some kind of hippy student backpacking retreat where everyone's just chilling out.

'I'm a doer and I have to get up and do things otherwise you'd go mad,' he added.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2065881/Im-A-Celebrity--Get-Me-Out-Of-Here-2011-Pat-Sharp-attempts-Im-A-Celebrity-trial-struggles-win-food-camp.html#ixzz1efCyscMB
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