I’m A Celeb fans spot confusing blunder as show ‘edits out task’

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I’M A Celebrity fans have called out a confusing blunder as the jungle bunch tucked into some grub.

Viewers of the ITV reality series were left scratching their heads at just where the campmates’ food had come from as Tuesday’s show opened.

Eagled-eyed I’m A Celeb fans have let slip a jungle grub gripe
Viewers took to Reddit to ask just where the grub had come from at the start of the episode

They were seen enjoying a meal together but, despite I’m A Celeb‘s early stages, fans couldn’t fathom where it had come from.

One took to Reddit to question: “Just curious but what was the meal at the start of tonight’s show from?

“I can’t quite place the timelines. Cheers???”

Another mused: “The mud crabs were the reward for the previous task!”

One then replied: “I think it must be from the hell hole/torpedo tube task?”

Another – perhaps referring to I’m A Celebrity’s late arrival Matt Hancock – added: “We already know who will get every trial.”

Others were convinced a task had been edited out from the coverage.

The Torpedo Tube task was slammed by fans earlier this week as it left Chris Moyles and Boy George unable to breathe.

Chris was locked in a tank called a ‘torpedo tube’ before water began pouring inside and up towards his face.

With one minute left to go in the HMS Drown Under trial, it was so close to covering his mouth that Chris was left panic-stricken.

“It is getting quite high in here,” he shouted to I’m a Celebrity hosts Ant and Dec.

Chris then began coughing, before telling them: “I’m finding it hard to breathe. I swallowed some water!”

Pop star Boy George was also locked in a ‘torpedo tube’ alongside Chris and the water level was seen briefly rising above his mouth.

However, the Culture Club star remarkably managed to stay calm by ‘meditating’.

But fans were shocked at how frightening the Bushtucker Trial was – and admitted they feared for both Chris and Boy George.

I’m A Celeb fans confessed they couldn’t figure out the ‘timelines’
Some suggested it was the meals won by Chris Moyles and Boy George in the Torpedo Tubes task