Victoria Derbyshire emerged victorious on Sunday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here !, as she earned nine stars for the camp in her first solo try.
The broadcaster, 52, was seen facing a crowd of creatures – including lizards, a python and a wolf – as she collected stars in the Critter Clink trial.
Victoria arrived in the practice area and told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that she felt “worried, nervous, a little scared as well as oddly calm, maybe on the verge of hysteria”.
Victorious: Victoria Derbyshire emerged victorious on Sunday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here !, as she earned nine stars for the camp in her first solo try
She said the atmosphere at camp was sad, explaining, “Hollie is gone, so I’m going to do this for Hollie, hopefully. It doesn’t seem fair that there aren’t 12.
The star continued, “I haven’t done a trial myself, I want to contribute, I hope to get some trials for the food, I want to challenge myself, I want to see how I’m doing compared to the Trial. “
Ant described what she was to do by saying, “Hidden in the prison, there are 11 stars. Each star is protected by a castle creature. You have to recover the star of the big animal which protects the prison.
Trial: Broadcaster, 52, was seen facing a crowd of creatures – including lizards, a python and a wolf – as she collected stars in the Critter Clink trial
Nervous: Victoria arrived in the tryout area and admitted she felt “worried, nervous, a little scared as oddly calm, maybe on the verge of hysteria”
Exhausting: She spoke with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly before the grueling task
“Then you can collect the keys to the principal’s office.” Once you have these keys, you use them to open the locks in any order you want, and then you can collect the remaining stars.
Victoria entered the first room of the prison where she was greeted by the warden holding a wolf. “Hello darling, hello beautiful,” she said as she approached the wolf, gently picking up a star from her collar.
This allowed her to enter the principal’s office where she would find a set of keys. She moved methodically around different doors until she found the headmaster’s office, a cage with pigeons inside.
She rummaged through the jackets for a bunch of keys, then saw them tied to a string. She slowly maneuvered them around the wire, which meant she could go on and take the next step in the trial.
Each key was numbered, which corresponded to a number on various doors, hatches and barrels.
Contribute: The star said, “I haven’t done a trial myself, I want to contribute, I hope to get some food trials, I want to challenge myself, I want to see how I’m doing by test report “
Stars in her eyes: Broadcaster Victoria was competing for a total of 11 stars in her trial
Lots of maneuvers: she had to maneuver around a long list of “critters” to get each key
She went to the first barrel, unlocked it, and unscrewed a star that was protected by centipedes.
Victoria, a mother of two, discovered toads while unlocking the second barrel and unscrewing another star.
She then unlocked a hatch to climb into a chamber to retrieve another star, this time guarded by ruffled lizards. She unscrewed the star and placed it in her bag.
The next hatch revealed a cage that Victoria had to crawl into. It contained a Burmese python. Once again, she got the star back.
Victoria had one barrel left to open, but she chose to go to another room which contained three cages which were all full of offal.
Magnificent: When she met a guardian holding a wolf, Victoria said, “Hello my dear, hello beautiful”, as she approached the wolf, gently retrieving a star from her necklace
Search: Victoria, 52, searched various areas as she tried to locate stars
She slowly and methodically scoured the giblets, but couldn’t find a star so unlocked another hatch and went up to find the chamber contained snakes. She carefully unscrewed the star.
The star unlocked another door that covered a chamber containing scorpions. She crawled and unscrewed a star.
And then went back to the barrels, unlocked the lid of one, and dipped his hand into the water that contained eels – and a star.
The next room contacted a raven, and it recovered another star before returning to the giblets as time passed.
Scoring a total of nine stars, Victoria said, “I wish I had 11 or 10 obviously, so 9 is going to have to do. I’ll be a little proud of myself.
I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! continues Mondays at 9 p.m. on ITV.
Count: At the end of her task, Victoria counted her stars, learning that she had collected nine.
It’ll be fine: getting a total of nine stars, Victoria said, “I obviously wish I had 11 or 10, so 9 is going to have to do. I’ll be a little proud of myself ‘