I’m A Celeb’s Victoria admires Beverley’s cleavage as she removes critters from bra
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I'm A Celebrity is back, and Corrie legend Beverley Callard already has a camp admirer.
The stars got to know each other during tonight's show, and were introduced to the spooky castle that's their home for the coming weeks.
They've also been put through the ringer in their first trial, which they did altogether as a group.
And returning to camp, Beverley suggested the lot of them de-bug in a different area to keep the creepy crawlies away from their living quarters.
They'd been dosed in the critters during the trial, Ant & Dec giggling as buckets of the things were dumped over the celebs' heads.
Victoria offered to check Beverley's bra for critters
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And as she checked her bra for any of the lurking bugs, Victoria offered to look for her.
"Magnificent breasts," Victoria gushed, "What a cleavage!"
"My God, they're pushed up beyond belief," a modest Beverley replied.
Beverley kept modest as Victoria gushed over her 'magnificent breats'
Victoria commended Beverley on her cleavage
With the show's new line-up looking one of the most star-studded yet, fans are eager to return to the castle to see what else Ant & Dec have up their sleeves.
Beverley and Victoria are joined in the castle by the likes of Sir Mo Farah, Vernon Kay and Hollie Arnold to name a few.
Fans breathed a collective sigh of relief as ITV managed to get the show to run despite several lockdowns.
The celebs will battle the wet and the wind in the coming weeks as they hunker down in the castle
(Image: Kieron McCarron/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)
They got acquainted with their new home
Pushing ahead with production for the flagship reality show, ITV bosses have made sure to pull it off in a Covid-safe way.
ITV was forced to move away from the usual Aussie jungle setting earlier this year, shifting it to Wales.
While many complained – before national lockdown 2.0 – that it was unfair that I'm A Celeb went ahead with filming while much of Wales remained under a local lockdown, the Welsh government argued the show could help combat the growing mental health crisis.
*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! airs on ITV at 9pm.