Anybody who thought Nadine Dorries was having too easy a time of it away from the travails of Westminster will have enjoyed her latest jungle challenge - chomping on a lamb's testicle to try to win food for her team.
The MP was pitted against actress Helen Flanagan - again! - for Rotten Rhymes, which Ant and Dec gently explained was eating the fruits of nursery rhymes with a garish twist.
The good news is... Helen's feeling tougher, more confident and sure of her abilities to stay in the jungle. The bad news is... she's lost another trial.
Nadine struggles with her food
The hors d'oeuvre on the menu was a simple offering of a black spider, something Helen couldn't bring herself to wolf down. But Nadine somehow managed it. The same went for the second course, a nice slice of camel's toe.
The third course - Humpty Dumpty, aka fermented duck egg - proved to be Nadine's undoing. But Helen, squealing, wailing Helen, no less, managed it, and with that her first point in all the trials.
By now both women were in their stride, wolfing down Hot Cross Buns - aka ostrich anus - and Baa Baa Black Sheep - that's lambs' testicles in common parlance.
Both women left happy, Nadine with four meals for her happy campers, and Helen with a renewed confidence in her ability to remain in the jungle and cope with the elements after all. And heartwarming to see was how the rivals encouraged each other all the way through the trial. Who'd have thought chomping on a bit of ostrich behind could have proved so satisfying?
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