I’m A Celeb’s Mike Tindall slips into X-rated leggings as Jill Scott sips champagne on final show


I’M A Celebrity ‘s Mike Tindall stole the show at the end of series after-party with some very risque trousers.

The retired rugby star made headlines in camp thanks to his vibrant budgie smugglers, and all eyes were on his backside once again with an X-rated slogan on his trousers.

Mike Tindall’s naughty trousers were certainly eye-catching

Jill Scott look glamorous for the after party

Mike’s tropical shirt was fitting for the occasion

When he turned around, his campmates were given a view of ‘Nibble My Nuts’ written across his white trousers.

Smiling Mike completed his fun look with a tropical shirt decorated with palm trees and blue waves.

MP Matt Hancock and radio DJ Chris Moyles were pictured admiring the bum note as Mike showed off his tush.

All the while series winner Jill Scott celebrated her victory and freedom in style with some bubbly.

She looked much more glamorous in a smart black suit than her jungle khakis.

And spirits were high as the washed, fed and watered campmates finally got to hang out looking more like their well-groomed selves.

Yesterday Mike revealed he is launching his own range of ‘budgie smugglers’ after being accused of wearing wife Zara’s bikini bottoms in the jungle.

He has designed two pairs of tiny men’s swimming trunks in a bid to raise money for charity.

One pair again features the slogan ‘Nibble My Nuts’ on the bottom, while the other pair says ‘These Are Not My Wife’s…’

The tiny swimmers are branded with ‘Vanilla Mike‘ on the front and all the money from the sales will be donated to Cure Parkinson’s.

Rugby legend Mike, who wore tiny trunks in the jungle, revealed his mini budgie smuggler collection to fans on Twitter.

He posted a link to the £35 trunks and said: “The team have been busy while I have been away… you can now order a very limited edition run of @GoodBadRugby ‘Nibble my Nuts’ and ‘These are not my wife’s’ budgies @budgysmuggleruk

“All profits will go to @CureParkinsonsT.”

The product info also reads on the website: “Wrap a bit of the Australian Jungle around you and dive right in.  

“Profits from each sale goes directly to Cure Parkinson’s to help power their research in finding a cure for Parkinson’s.”

“Made in Australia, Inspired by Mike.”

Mike finished this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity in fourth place.

The class of 2022 scrubbed up for the after party

Mike famously wore budgie smugglers in the jungle

He has launched his own mini-range of tiny trunks for charity