I’m A Celebrity SPOILER: Fleur East guides a BLINDFOLDED James McVey

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I’m A Celebrity SPOILER: Fleur East transforms into Santa Claus as she guides a BLINDFOLDED James McVey in a reindeer onesie during terrifyingly high challenge

Lily Waddell For Mailonline

I’m A Celebrity’s Fleur East transforms into Santa Claus as she guides a blindfolded James McVey dressed as Rudolph during a heart-stopping heights challenge.

During Thursday’s episode, the musician has to put all his trust into the former X Factor star as she instructs him across the terrifyingly high platforms.

And of course wouldn’t be a Bushtucker Trial without James having to battle the biting wriggling insects as he carries out the Ding Dong Merrily Up High task.

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I'm A Celebrity SPOILER: Fleur East transforms into Santa Claus as she guides a BLINDFOLDED James McVey in a reindeer onesie during terrifyingly high challenge

I’m A Celebrity SPOILER: Fleur East transforms into Santa Claus as she guides a BLINDFOLDED James McVey in a reindeer onesie during terrifyingly high challenge

In a comforting voice, Fleur gives clear instructions to ensure her partner makes his way safely across the high-risk air challenge. 

She says: ‘Keep walking. Use the abs, use the abs, use the abs. Now on the platform. now can you feel that?’ 

James yelps in pain when he bends down to pick up a much-needed present covered in biting green ants after stepping into the box, not knowing what to expect.

‘Stop it!’ The rocker exclaims in a series of complaints. ‘Ow!’

Brave: During Thursday's episode, the musician has to put all his trust into the former X Factor star as she instructs him across the terrifyingly high platforms

Brave: During Thursday’s episode, the musician has to put all his trust into the former X Factor star as she instructs him across the terrifyingly high platforms

Pain: And of course wouldn't be a Bushtucker Trial without James having to battle the biting wriggling insects as he carries out the Ding Dong Merrily Up High task

Pain: And of course wouldn’t be a Bushtucker Trial without James having to battle the biting wriggling insects as he carries out the Ding Dong Merrily Up High task

Then The Vamps star must chuck the present to Fleur without being able to see where she is standing. 

Fans will have to wait until Thursday’s episode to find out whether the songstress successfully catches the present in her hands. 

Holly Willoughby watches on in terror but she is quickly distracted when she notices James’ Rudolph onesie doesn’t have a red nose.

Good partnership: In a comforting voice, Fleur gives clear instructions to ensure her partner makes his way safely across the high-risk air challenge

Good partnership: In a comforting voice, Fleur gives clear instructions to ensure her partner makes his way safely across the high-risk air challenge

Will he make it? Then The Vamps star must chuck the present to Fleur without being able to see where she is standing

Will he make it? Then The Vamps star must chuck the present to Fleur without being able to see where she is standing

She admits: ‘Maybe I should be focusing on something else here… But Rudolph usually has a red nose!’

Fear struck the heart of Holly when she first lay her eyes on the Bushtucker Trial as she expressed it was the ‘most ridiculous thing’ she had ever seen.

‘It’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen!’ She complained. ‘James has got to totally trust her. Oh God, those ants are going to get inside that suit.’  

Fleur has showed her courage as she has embraced doing a number of the gruelling Bushtucker Trials during her time in the jungle.

Heart-stopping: Fear struck the heart of Holly when she first lay her eyes on the Bushtucker Trial as she expressed it was the 'most ridiculous thing' she had ever seen

Heart-stopping: Fear struck the heart of Holly when she first lay her eyes on the Bushtucker Trial as she expressed it was the ‘most ridiculous thing’ she had ever seen

 

 

 

 


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