I’m A Celebrity 2020: Vernon Kay says he’s ‘wasting away’ as he looks forward to having extra portions of Christmas dinner
The presenter, 46, doesn’t seem to mind though as it means he can indulge with extra portions of Christmas dinner.
Vernon said: ‘I look in the mirror and I’m like “come on, I’m wasting away” but it is what it is and Christmas is around the corner.
Hungry! Vernon Kay said he’s ‘wasting away’ when he looks in the mirror in Tuesday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
‘It means I can have an extra portion of turkey, roast potatoes, broccoli, sprouts, carrots, turnips, swede, gravy, Yorkshire pudding, Christmas pudding, custard… all of that.’
The celebrities are starting to feel tired, with soap actress Jessica Plummer and blogger Giovanna Fletcher thinking Vernon looked really narrow.
Jessica commented: ‘The tiredness, the lack of energy has spread to the whole camp.’
Give me more! The presenter, 46, doesn’t seem to mind though as it means he can indulge with extra portions of Christmas dinner (pictured at the beginning of the series)
Meanwhile, Coronation Street’s Beverley Callard joked that she wanted a face lift because she was so tired.
Vernon took part in the Cart-Astrophy trial with Giovanna, 35, on Tuesday night’s episode of I’m A Celeb.
The pair got showered in fish-guts and offal in a bid to get eight stars for a pub meal at the Castle Inn.
Well done: Giovanna Fletcher and Vernon Kay got a full house of stars for camp as they took on the Cart-Astrophy trial on Tuesday night
After being nominated by their fellow campmates, Giovanna said: ‘I’m feeling very confident,’ while Vernon added: ‘Yeah what she said. But without the confidence.’
He later added: ‘You’ve just got to stay calm and I know it’s difficult when you’ve got cockroaches crawling all over you and goo and slime and stinky bits and pieces but you know we’re going to feed the family. That’s what we’re here for.’
The optimistic duo were greeted by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, who explained they had to transfer ‘castle nasties’ from an old wooden cart into collection boxes.