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The former ‘TOWIE’ star returned to the Aussie outback to complete a challenge on the ITV2 spin-off show ‘Get Me Out Of Here… NOW!’, and she didn’t disappoint.
Gemma faced some of her biggest food fears as she and presenter Joe Swash took on ‘Disaster Chef’ - the eating trial that contestants Jorgie Porter and Lady Colin Campbell had earlier faced.
Being faced with a delicious ostrich tongue, Gemma proved her critics wrong by attempting to eat the delicacy, but it wasn’t long before she was up out of her seat, retching and being assisted by one of the show’s medics.
However, she decided that she could do the Trial and a second dish of crocodile penis was served, which she chowed down on with ease, before spitting it out as she bantered with Joe.
It was only yesterday that Gemma was insisting that she was done with talking about her infamous appearance on the ITV reality show last year, when she sensationally quit after three days.
She said: “Look, guys. I just couldn’t do it and everyone needs to get over it. I’m so over it.
“I don’t think I’ll ever go back in there to be honest.”
Meanwhile, Gemma’s former co-star, Ferne McCann, will be joining this year’s contestants in the jungle later this week, alongside ‘Made In Chelsea’ lothario Spencer Matthews and Vicky Pattison, formerly of ‘Geordie Shore’.
‘I’m A Celebrity’ continues tonight (17 November) at 9pm on ITV.