There’s a lot of people that would happily queue up to throw gunge on outspoken Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan
He’s managed to upset Little Mix , Ellen DeGeneras and David Beckham in the last week alone.
But reigning I’m A Celebrity star Noel Edmonds delighted in doing the honours early in on in their careers.
A very young looking Piers appeared on TV classic Noel’s House Party for the show’s Christmas special in 1993.
Piers, who was working as a newspaper columnist at the time, found himself in the slime seat after losing out on a phone vote.
"Any last words?" Noel asked him.
"The nation’s lost its taste," spat Piers.
Noel took great delight in doing the honours
Piers seemed to enjoy it
But then Noel went for a second bucket
Dressed in an electric blue blazer, Piers went through the slime machine and was covered in a variety of multi-coloured goo.
When Piers emerged on the other side, Noel took great delight in picking up a bucket and throwing yet more of the green gunge on top of his head.
When Noel went to pick up a second bucket, Piers beat him to to it and chased him round the studio as the audience clapped and cheered.
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Noel’s barely aged
Piers is still ruffling feathers
Noel, 69, has returned to the spotlight this month with an estimated £600k appearance in the I’m A Celeb jungle.
The TV legend has been wowing viewers with his youthful looks with many commenting he’s barely aged since his 90s heyday.
Yesterday, the Mirror revealed the star endures a bizarre and fanatical health regime involving electromagnetic pulse therapy and “restructured” water, part-inspired by F1’s Jenson Button.
Noel, who turns 70 on December 22, also exercises very slowly in darkness for an hour a week while listening to electronic pulses.
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He meditates regularly, avoids red meat, has several health shakes a week and a mainly “alkaline” diet
Noel has said: “When I first started talking about all this everyone said I was going the way of David Icke. But I’ve actually taken the time to go into the science of it.
“I’ve spoken to people in sport, like Jenson Button’s team, and this is the way forward.”