I’m A Celeb: Gillian on taking contraband spicy knickers
I’m a Celebrity… South Africa was back with the last episode of the week on Friday and was packed full of more twists and turns.
Arguably, the biggest twist didn’t come from shock eliminations or trials, but from Gillian herself.
After causing a stir in the last episode by admitting she had “bras full” of contraband, the campmates woke up the next day thinking the drama could be put behind them.
However, when Gillian was selected by Shaun Ryder to compete alongside him in an effort to keep their place in the competition, Gillian dropped another bombshell.
“Guys, you know when I couldn’t understand what contraband actually means? Like the actual definition…” She stated as she approached her camp bed before leaving for the trial.
“Did you pull your phone out and Google it?” Janice Dickinson joked.
“That’s right Janice, I had an epiphany because last night, I gave up my bra stuff, right…” the You are What You Eat star continued.
“And then I remembered this morning, ‘Oh my god, I forgot my spicy knickers,'” she added.
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“Spicy knickers?” repeated a baffled Janice.
Gillian went on: “So it’s been quite difficult wearing spicy knickers every day… it’s like an amnesia thing, I forgot I had them.”
“What the f*** is spicy knickers?” Janice asked again as Gillian pulled out her undies.
“So here they are, and you can see the contents of what I had!” She explained.
Revealing more hidden ingredients stacked in her knickers, she stated: “And if you’d allowed me, Helen [Flanagan], to help me with the dinner, you’d have had the best meals ever.”
Her co-stars were stunned as Gillian unearthed miso soup, almonds, seaweed strips, soup mix, gluten-free soy sauce, tea bags, garlic bulbs, and dill weed.
I’m a Celebrity… South Africa continues on Monday on ITV.
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