Lady C refused to take part in a Bush Tucker Trial, she told her camp mates that she felt she had done quite enough and didn’t even want to know what the trial involved.
As they kissed her goodbye and wished her luck she said: “I am not doing it, it’s as simple as that. You are all on a diet. After what happened yesterday, I am not prepared to put myself through unpleasant experiences to reward people who have ganged up against me, been abusive to me.”
“Apples will grow on the lilac tree before that happens. I have lost any motivation to oblige,” she told Ferne. “They have destroyed my team spirit and will endure the consequences.”
Vicky told Lady C, while plucking her eyebrows for her, that she’d done more than her fair share for camp and was entitled to put her feet up.
“The idea that I will do anything for those jerks, if they were gagging with thirst and my urine would satisfy them, I would pee in the bush,” Lady C replied.
Even Kieron questioned her motivation for not attempting the trial. “Because I am playing my game now,” she replied.
With Lady C not wavering, Duncan said to the other camp mates: “They say that one’s true character comes out on this show.”
Tony agreed and Kieron said that the same could be said for Tony as he’d refused to wear a bell boy outfit “so some people could say that your true colours came out Tony.” The singer said that there was no way he was going to wear a bell boy hat and serve people.
Ïn the Bush Telegraph he said of Lady C: “When she came in with her twinset and pearls we gave her the benefit of the doubt but she is a very rude lady.”
As she went off to the trial clearing, Brian, Tony and Duncan didn’t wish her well but sat doing push ups together which led to another altercation. Chris said to them: “Guys, observation, we want her to get food for us, right now she is saying no, so at least…”
Brian said that she hadn’t said goodbye to him yesterday and Duncan said that he was not a hypocrite. “Chris, observation, I’m not going to get called names by someone and then wish them luck.”
In the Bush Telegraph Brian said: “Why would I even think to get up and go out of my way to wish them luck when they said they aren’t doing the trial anyway and why would Chris take it upon himself to create another conflict in camp.”
Chris claimed he was just trying to break the ice. As he and Kieron walked Lady C up to the trials area, she told them: “I don’t hate any of them, I despise them and I look down on them, but I don’t hate them.”
Arriving at the Bush Tucker Trial, Ant asked Lady C why she thought she’d been chosen to do the trial again, after what was an explosive day in camp.
“Duncan is a vain old goat who can barely speak English, Tony, the buffoon who doesn’t have two thoughts in his head and Yvette who is just ridiculous and the public has already sussed that Brian lusts after the spotlight and they in their childish way, don’t want to give it to him. And they have sussed that I’m not interested in the spotlight and therefore they are quite determined they are going to be entertained by me partly because I have no interest in the spotlight.”
Dec asked Lady C if the dust had settled in the camp: “There are two elements in the camp and I wish to have nothing to do with them and I hope they wish to have nothing to do with me. Chris and Kieron tried to talk me out of it but I decided that if I was voted for any more trials that would be the last. I’m adhering to my decision and nothing has changed.”
Ant asked if he could at least explain the trial to see if they could change her mind and tempt her into taking part.
“Please explain but I will say upfront the human being who is going to get me to budge has not been born yet. But try,” she said flirtatiously to Dec.
As Dec said he was going to try and persuade her, she asked: “Are you going to flirt with me as well?”
“If it will get you to do the trial,” he joked.
“No don’t because I’m not going to do it and I don’t want you to think your charms were spurned, they would not be spurned in other circumstances,” she said.
Dec: “You don’t want to be tempted?”
Ant feeling the heat from Lady C towards Dec joked: “Well is it hot here or is it this situation guys?”
After explaining that Scarier 51 trial was a secure storage facility where she would have to work her way through to find 12 hidden stars, Lady C said: “Darling I wouldn’t do it for twelve two kilo tins of Beluga caviar.”
Ant told her that they respected her decision and that they had tried to persuade her. “Why don’t you try and flirt with me too you bad boy, look at those sexy muscles,” she said to Ant before heading off to camp with a glint in her eye.
Ferne and George met Lady C as she returned to camp and asked if she had taken part in the trial. “Of course not!” George asked her if it had been a happy camp and everyone had been getting on would she have considered taking part, even knowing the public love her. “I don’t care if the public love me that has nothing to do with the decision I’ve made.”
She told George: “I will tell you the name of one of the games going on, Brian, Duncan and Tony are desperate and are playing a mean and nasty game and they have tried to shut me up and get me out of here. They think that when I’m gone the cameras are going to turn on them and they are going to get their moment, that’s the game they are playing and Yvette had waded in on their behalf. There is always a camp follower, there are always tarts with the baggage trays.”
As she made her way down into the camp. Susannah said: “If she is rude to anyone again that’s it, I don’t care if she’s won any stars or not.”
Brian added: “I do because I’m starving and I’m not only having rice and beans, I think it’s really selfish. She wants to win, she is here for the remodel of her castle. Send her back to the throne she came from, I am going to pray that at the evictions the cold wicked witch gets her due justice. Banish her.”
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here continues tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV.