HUNGRY I’m A Celeb campmates were last night at breaking point after Chris Moyles flunked his latest Bushtucker Trial — bringing home just one measly meal for camp.
Fresh from flopping the previous day, DJ Chris was trapped in a dark, water-filled boiler room and tasked with using spanners to unlock stars.
The 48-year-old was deluged with cockroaches as he struggled to complete the Boiling Point challenge.
He nabbed just two stars but one later fell out his bumbag.
Chris — whose girlfriend Tiffany Austin arrived at Brisbane airport on Australia’s Gold Coast yesterday — said: “I can’t go back to camp.
“They’ll all say really nice things and every single one of them will be lying.”
He later confessed to campmates: “It’s really not good news and I’m really sorry. I got one star. To make it worse I got two and it fell out of my bag.”
The celebs were eventually served a bony fish and one mushroom. Chris repeated: “I’m so sorry.”
On Tuesday Chris, Boy George and Babatunde Aléshé brought back just three stars.
An insider said: “Grumbling tummies often mean fiery rows over even the smallest of things and the crew are on high alert for tensions to erupt.”
As Chris struggled with the Boiling Point task, presenter Ant McPartlin had advised: “Chris, hold the star with one hand, then move the spanner with the other hand.”
He then quipped: “Clearly he does not do any DIY around his own house.”
That is something Tiffany would agree with.
She told HOAR he barely lifts a finger at home.
And she said she thought it hilarious to see Chris describe himself as a “germaphobe” while ranting about the other celebrities using his clean towel.
She said: “I keep a really clean house, I am pretty sure I have got OCD.
“Chris doesn’t really have any issues around the house — he doesn’t really do anything around the house.”
Talent manager Tiffany has Boy George, 61, as a client and said she is rooting for them both to reach the final.
Talking about their jungle bromance, she added: “It’s just lovely for them to have each other.
“I definitely think Chris is being himself. There is a Chris people know and the one I know that you are seeing now. The one at home is much quieter. But hemakes me laught every day.
“George is the chanting George — very spiritual, someone who likes to take themselves off and have his own time.”
Tiffany went on: “Chirs and I never really discussed him winning. If he could get the end challenge, The Cyclone, that would be great.”
Asked about the gruesome trials, Tiffany said: “It is part of the experience of doing the show.
“He has to experience that and it is wonderful he can get some airtime as well. But I am worried about him.”