I'm a Celebrity
"The next thing I knew I was sitting there babbling, I was talking nonsense..."
The former footballer was "admonished" after breaking one of the show's key rules.
Both of this weekend's shows have been cancelled after extreme weather conditions caused production difficulties at Gwrych Castle in North Wales.
“The safety of both our celebrities and our production crew remains our primary concern.”
Ant and Dec recorded their links early in the evening as part of ‘precautionary measures’ put in place by ITV.
The music producer won big on the Channel 4 show back in 2007.
"I’d rather not have rice at this point. I just hate any confrontation."
The TV presenter has said he is "absolutely fine", but has not been permitted to return to the castle.
An ITV rep said: "The health and safety of our campmates is our priority.”
"As tight as a pea on a drum", Richard?
About I'm a Celebrity
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' is an ITV reality series that sees a bunch of well known faces dumped in the Australian jungle and forced to live together in a camp. Hosts Ant and Dec (and Holly Willoughby in 2018) then put them through a series of Bushtucker Trials in order to win food to eat, before the public begin to vote them off when one of them is then crowned the King or Queen of the Jungle. The first series aired in 2002 and was won by Tony Blackburn, with Phil Tufnell, Kerry Katona, Joe Pasquale, Carol Thatcher, Matt Willis, Christopher Biggins, Joe Swash, Gino D'Acampo, Stacey Solomon, Dougie Poynter, Charlie Brooks, Kian Egan, Carl Fogarty and Vicky Pattison going on to win subsequent series. The 2016 run features contestants Adam Thomas, Carol Vorderman, Jordan Banjo, Joel Dommett, Larry Lamb, Lisa Snowdon, Ola Jordan, Sam Quek, Scarlett Moffatt and Wayne Bridge. This year also sees the introduction of new ITV2 spin-off show 'Extra Camp', which will be hosted by former show champs Vicky Pattison, Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash alongside comic Chris Ramsay.