I’m A Celebrity fans were left feeling gutted for Adam Woodyatt and David Ginola as they missed out on their letters from home after a second time
The two celebrities were the only ones who were unable to receive their much-needed letters from home during the WiFi task earlier this week, whilst the other stars broke down as they received theirs.
But the pair have been dealt a fresh blow after the campmates failed to win them their letters again for a second time. After they triumphed in the Castle Coin challenge, they had to choose between bread and butter for camp or the two letters.
Simon Gregson and Louise Minchin took on the latest Challenge, which was hotpot themed as Coronation Street star Simon – who plays Steve McDonald – joked: ” Nothing is ever going to compare to Betty’s hotpot.”
The pair had to memorise Cledwyn’s order, before chucking the ingredients over a wall. One had to chuck the ingredients, whilst the other needed to catch the ingredients. But if they got it wrong, they were squirted with something.
After a tough challenge, the pair managed to win the castle coins and headed to see Kiosk Cledwyn to redeem their prize.
But first, it was up to the other celebs in camp to choose the right answer to the question, with the celebrities asked how many stars have the camp won since being reunited – 94 or 90.
Louise was convinced they’d get it right, adding: “ They’ll work that out, 100% they’ll have worked it out. I’d go for 94 I think,” but they failed to choose the right answer after using a “coin toss” to decide.
When they got it wrong, Simon said: “This is rubbish! Poor David and Adam. Adam would have loved a letter as well.”
As they realised their failed to get the letters from home, Adam said: “My kids are 24 and 27 so I think it would mean a lot more to David getting a letter with something telling him how his 3-year-old daughter’s getting on
“Yes, it would be nice to have the letter from them, but I don’t need a letter to know they love me.”
David had been asleep so didn’t know they had missed out on the letters – and the campmates agreed not to tell him.