ITV Im a Celebs Nella Rose and Sam Thompson take on underwater trial

Nella Rose and Sam Thompson were plunged underwater but scaled the latest Bushtucker Trial to win 10 out of 12 stars.

Fishy Business was a far cry from previous tests undertaken by the social media influencer after she quit them early on I’m A Celebrity. The pair were chosen by the public to take on the trial and host Dec explained: “This is a question and answer Trial.

“Under the water are seven tanks, one of them contains questions, the other six display sea creatures, which are all possible answers. Nella, you’re reading the questions, Sam you’ve got to go and find the answers.”

Ant added: “Once you’re at your chosen tank, which you think is the answer, you’ve got to release the star using your mouth. Then we tell you if the answer is correct.” The first question was: “The star sign Cancer is represented by which sea creature in the zodiac?”

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Ex-Made In Chelsea star Sam, 31, said “crab” and entering the tank he found himself with mud crabs.

Nella, 26, from her tank asked: “Ant and Dec, just keep talking to me, please.” Dec told her: “Sam is in crab. He’s released the first star, crab is the correct answer.”

The questions continued as Sam picked the boxes he thought were the right answer. As he entered one, a toad jumped onto his head. The pair continued to race against the clock and got 10 stars. Nella said about her campmates: “They’re going to be so proud.”

Elsewhere, jockey Frankie Dettori and actor Nick Pickard got covered in “milk” as they drove a milk float in a dash through the jungle for dingo dollars in a Deals On Wheels challenge. And a war of words has broken out between Nigel Farage’s camp and ITV – with a legal letter being sent to the channel over footage of his bottom in the shower.

Furious aides of Nigel, 66, claim there is an “indecency clause” in his contract that bans showing footage of him nude. But sources at ITV insist there is no such agreement. It has emerged ITV managing director Kevin Lygo also mocked Nigel at a charity event last week with a rude one-handed gesture.

Lygo and some staff on the reality show believe Nigel is trying to control proceedings – with one source saying: “He and his team think they are bigger than the show.”

Both sides have declined to comment officially on the letter.

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