I'm a Celebrity 2022 LATEST – Boy George tackles first death-defying trial as nervous celebs crack-up on The Ledge | The Sun

POP icon Boy George has taken on his first death-defying trial, as this year's celebs prepare to enter the jungle in just a matter of days.

Boy George joined the rest of the celebrity cast to take on the dreaded Ledge, a vertigo-inducing challenge that sees stars strapped into their harnesses and forced to walk the plank.

The pop sensation could be seen by onlookers bravely completing the challenge alongside Mike Tindall and Olivia Attwood.

However, the stomaching-curling heights and windy conditions proved too much for some.

The Sun has exclusively revealed that Goggle Box star Babatunde Aléshé pulled out of the challenge after a long 45 minutes of deliberation.

Read our I'm A Celebrity 2022 live blog below for latest updates…

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    Matt Hancock explains why he is entering the jungle

    Writing in The Sun, Tory MP Matt Hancock has given his reasons for entering the jungle next week.

    “While there will undoubtedly be those who think I shouldn’t go, I think it’s a great opportunity to talk directly to people who aren’t always interested in politics, even if they care very much about how our country’s run.

    “It’s our job as politicians to go to where the people are — not to sit in ivory towers in Westminster.”

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    Boy George won’t have an easy ride on I’m a Celeb

    The singer is a strict vegetarian, so that rules out a lot of the gross bush tucker trials.

    However, there will still be some gruesome alternatives for George, says Olly Nash, producer.

    Olly told The Mirror : “We have always got alternatives if people are vegan or vegetarian and either need to eat in camp, and don’t want to eat the main meal, or for the trials.”

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    When does I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here start?

    I’m a Celeb is just days away from hitting screens…

    Tune in to ITV on Sunday 6 November at 9pm.

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    I'm a Celeb bosses deny trying to 'divide' the camp

    After making the decision to sign Matt Hancock onto the cast, the producers have defended the decision to include him.

    Speaking to ITV news, Olly Nash said: “We’ve put in loads of politicians over the years, we also put in people who have had very strong views about certain things and sometimes it plays out in camp and sometimes it doesn’t.

    “It’s not a question of trying to divide camp, we have never been a deliberately divisive camp. It’s up to them to come into the camp and it’s up to them if they want to leave.”

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