Roman Kemp and Caitlyn Jenner battled through the Slop Of The Pops challenge during the show, which saw the celebrities get covered in fish guts, smelly rotting food, numerous critters and offal while strapped down onto a moving wheel.
Hollywood A-lister Caitlyn, 70, and radio DJ Roman, 26, struggled to smash the disco ball piñatas as presenting duo Ant and Dec played jungle versions of classic songs while tonnes of gunk landed on the celebs.
One of the edited track's was Stormzy’s ‘Big for your boots’, now called ‘Big for your fruits’ which saw smelly rotten fruit dropped on Roman and Caitlyn.
Next up, Ant and Dec played Rod Stewart’s ‘First cut is the deepest’ now called ‘First gut is the deepest’ as fish guts dropped on the campmates.
Other songs saw the contestants get drowned in offal and rotten eggs.
Even Dec called the trial "revolting" as the legendary British presenting duo complained at the 'disgusting smells.'
Viewers instantly fled to social media during the trial to call the challenge the 'harshest' of the series and discuss the gruesome nature of the trial.
One wrote: "This trial is absolutely vile."
While another shared: "This is the worst trial so far."
A fellow Twitter user agreed, calling it the "Trial of the series so far."
Other I'm A Celeb fans appeared totally horrified by the extreme nature of the Bushtucker Trial and announced their worries about "Salmonella", "dead animal bits" and the 'disgusting' gunk.
One viewer complained: "I think this is the worst trial in my opinion, I'd be so worried about getting Salmonella or Ebola or something."
Another commented: "It's great that Im A Celeb have stopped including live animals in the food trials, but this trial is horrible.
"Covering celebs in insects and dead animal bits is NOT entertainment."
Another user revealed: "I wouldn’t do this for a million pounds."
After successfully managing to complete the Bushtucker Trial, Roman and Caitlyn returned to camp with all 8 stars.
Caitlyn described the trial as "absolutely disgusting", while Roman said it "was the grossest thing I’ve ever done in my life, it smells like bin juice.”
Reflecting on his campmates success in the trial, Corrie star Andy Whyment told the Bush Telegraph: "I don’t mean to sound rude but they stank when they came back and I mean stank."
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