I’M A CELEB 2022 RECAP: Chris Moyles tips Matt Hancock for the iconic Cyclone trial as he leaves the camp – after the celebrities bagged a cooked breakfast following a meagre one-star trial
Read all the latest updates from episode 19 of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2022:
Tune in again tomorrow evening for updates on the 20th episode of the 2022 series, which will see the SEVENTH celebrity voted from the jungle Down Under!
The episode will air at 9pm – after England’s World Cup clash with the USA – on ITV1 and ITVHub.
Now Thursday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! has come to close, it’s time to recap what you missed!
After Babatunde’s departure, Chris and Owen joined forces for the latest trial, The Savage Sorting Office, but only managed to earn a single star.
Jill, Mike, Matt and Seann discussed their dream dinner party guests, with names including David Beckham, Robin Williams and Pocahontas!
Following a space-themed Deals On Wheels, completed by Jill and Seann, the camp finally earned themselves a treat by getting a question right.
Following a meagre dinner of venison, Mike, Matt and Seann completed a shift in the Outback Factory, winning a full cooked breakfast for the camp the next morning
Viewers then bid farewell to Chris Moyles after he learned that he would be the sixth celebrity to leave the jungle.
Speaking after his exit, Chris told Ant and Dec: ‘I just said this morning in the Bush Telegraph, “I’ve got this now, I’d really like to stay,” before adding: ‘I’m gutted Matt Hancock is more popular than me!’
Former Health Secretary Matt made the controversial decision to appear on the jungle survival series this year.
Speaking about the West Suffolk MP, Chris said: ‘I really struggled with it to be fair, I slagged him a bit. I separated Matt Hancock from Matt.
‘We had to live with him and he was winning the stars and getting us food.
‘Matt Hancock, I’ve got massive issues with, but Matt I’ve got less issues with.’
Chris said he felt like a ‘competition winner’ going into camp, adding: ‘I never got over the surrealness of it all. I’d often be the last one go to bed and I’d go to the dunny and I’d look back and I’d go, “Wow!'”‘
He added: ‘It’s such a privilege to be able to do it… To be a part of this is a real honour. I know I won’t appreciate it until I’m out.’
The broadcaster struggled to successfully compete in the trials, at one point only managing to win one star for camp, meaning the group had one meal to share between them at a point when there was 11 people residing in camp.
He explained: ‘I’m an anxious scared man who is really comfortable in a radio studio. I’m not cut out for this life.’
Chris burst into tears as his girlfriend Tiffany Austin ran to greet him after he crossed the bridge out of camp as flares were set off and confetti was fired into the air.
Viewers have spoken… Chris is the latest star to leave. While the DJ looked thrilled to finally be out of the camp, he admitted disbelief that Matt Hancock was ‘more popular than him’.
Arriving at the ‘Outback Factory’ they were told they’d have to work together to assemble various food items. These would then go through a strict quality control process, with a maximum of three attempts to get them right.
This assembly included calling on them to pipe ‘Happy Birthday Kev’ on a cake, which was separated from them through a screen. And making up hot dogs with the items separated from them via a screen and on a conveyor belt.
Mike said: ‘This is going to be fun.’
He then added: ‘Turns out, it’s really hard in these gloves.’
And trying the piping Mike admitted: ‘That’s impossible!’
Persevering, they passed the quality control and won breakfast for camp.
Returning to camp triumphant, Matt celebrated, telling the other celebs: ‘Who is having a full English fry up tomorrow morning?’
Jill replied: ‘Really? Oh my god, well done.’
Chris said: ‘Are we really?’
Mike added: ‘Hash browns, eggs, bacon…’
Matt said of what they did during the challenge: ‘A tray came on a conveyor belt and while cockroaches were poured on our heads we had to prepare three dishes.’
Owen woke up and learned about the good news.
Matt: ‘We got every item – beans, tomatoes, hash brown and bread, bacon and eggs.’
Jill: ‘This is the best news ever. Well done.’
Mike, Seann and Matt are spending a night on the jungle assembly linem with the prospect of a fully cooked breakfast in the morning.
In the camp, Owen asked Mike: ‘Have you been to Buckingham Palace much?’
Mike said: ‘More than most.’
Owen asked: ‘What’s it like there?’
Mike said: ‘A lot of it’s all the state rooms and there’s only a little bit of living. Yeah [I’ve stayed there].’
Owen asked: ‘In the morning could you go down in your joggers and t-shirt, or did you have to get dressed up again?’
Mike said: ‘No, jeans and a tee.’
Owen admitted: ‘I thought you had to be suited and booted!’
Owen asked: ‘Do you mind chatting about it?’
Mike said: ‘No, I don’t mind.’
Owen asked: ‘When you first started chatting to Zara, how late in did you know she was royalty? Straight away?’
Mike replied: ‘Yeah, because I know she’s Princess Anne’s daughter. Princess Anne is patron of Scottish Rugby.’
Owen asked: ‘Did you feel a bit of pressure? If I was chatting to a girl and then found out she was royalty I’d be nervous.’
Mike said: ‘No because we were friends first and then William and Harry were massive England fans at the time, so we’d met them numerous times. Met more of the family than you’d normally have met of the woman you start dating.’
After days of missing out on treats, and England’s World Cup result, at last the camp succeeded in getting a question right!
Jill and Seann tackled a space-themed Deals On Wheels challenge.
Jill said: ‘Me and you on a challenge is quite worrying.’
They learned they had to get the planets in the right order in the given time to win the dingo dollars.
Jill said: ‘There’s definitely a rhyme! I forgot the planet one…’
If they got a planet in the right place a light lit up. When none lit up Jill admitted: ‘I thought it had broke. It hadn’t broke, it’s just we are broken.’
They managed to complete the task and visit Kiosk Kev.
His question to camp was: ‘Which way do I move my handle when you win the treat?’
Choices were: ‘Forward, backwards or down.’ They chose forward and won the prize.
Seann said: ‘We did it! Chocolate!’
Jill celebrated: ‘After three weeks we’ve got chocolate!’
Returning to camp Jill said: ‘You got it right! Chocolate!’
Mike said: ‘We won for once. It was the obvious answer. And the reward was the smallest piece of chocolate ever. BUT my god it was good.’
Matt said: ‘That is really delicious. I’ve never enjoyed a third of a mini chocolate bar more than that.’
Owen said: ‘I’m never, ever going to take chocolate for granted again. It was absolutely beautiful. I savoured it, I sucked it. I can still taste it in my mouth.’
Chris asked Matt: ‘If you’re an MP and you’re tootling along doing your MP job, how does it work? Do you get a phone call saying, ‘Hi, would you like to be Minister of Transport?’
Matt said: ‘I’ll tell you exactly what happens. It’s reshuffle day and the first thing the Prime Minister does is call the people who he or she is going to fire and invites them into the office in the House of Commons.
‘That way the cameras can’t see them coming and going. Face-to-face. These are very sensitive conversations. Then they go into Downing Street and they call people in in order of seniority.
‘They have a whiteboard with all of the cabinet positions on it and they go from senior down.
‘Sometimes people say, ”No, I don’t want to be Defence Secretary, I’d take Transport” and it is literally a reshuffle as in they’re moving names across this whiteboard.’
In the Bush Telegraph Matt said: ‘There’s less sort of noise around camp and you’re more often with just one or two other people. Today, for example, Chris was taking a real interest in politics and Westminster and I found that really enjoyable actually.’
Chris asked: ‘Do you get more money if you get a position like that?’
Matt replied: ‘If you’re in the government, yeah, yeah, yeah.’
Chris said: ‘So essentially you’ve got two jobs?’
Matt said: ‘Yeah.’
Chris continued: ‘But how many MPs have got quite a decent knowledge of defence?’
Matt said: ‘The job of the minister is not to be the subject matter expert. Of course, you need to get to grips with the subject matter, but that is only half the job.
‘There’s a load of transferable skills – handling parliament, communicating with the public, taking decisions effectively – and then you have the subject matter experts who advise you on it all.’
Chris in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘I’m starting to think now, to be Minister of Transport, all you need is a car. And to be Minister of Health all you need is to be breathing.’
Chris said: ‘If I was head of Culture and Sport and Digital and then got the phone call saying, ‘We want you to be in charge of the health of the nations’ I’d be like, ‘I can’t do that… I don’t know anything about that. I know a few doctors, but I think I’d need a bigger team of advisors.’
Matt said: ‘But you do and that’s what you have. Nobody is a specialist in the whole health service, literally nobody. Even the Chief Executive of the Health Service.’
Having asked no question back, Chris said in the Bush Telegraph: ‘Fascinating talking to him, however, he has no interest in me, my life, my job. He’s a funny little fish, isn’t he?’
Nah but why is this trial too hard #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/6dWnfOf0B5
this trial seems unfairly hard??? #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/DpW62bzBfF
looks like one star chris is keeping his name #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/mJAXpTFk5q
I feel this is unnecessarily difficult 😂#ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/gexKHjaadi
Sorry, this trial is actually so stupid #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/AFUkZfrw7N
Starting a conversation about dream dinner guests, Seann asked: ‘What about guests at the dinner party – let’s say one alive, one dead, one fictional, who you going for?’
Jill said: ‘Joey from Friends, Princess Diana and Roy Keane. Princess Diana just such an inspirational woman, I just want to hear the whole story. And then can I have the naked chef David Beckham.’
Seann said: ‘Why not?! He’s allowed an apron but no clothes underneath.’
Jill laughed: ‘Perfect party.’
Jill in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘I think if Beckham was in the buff in anybody’s kitchen I don’t think anybody would be concentrating on the food.’
Matt made his choices: ‘Dead person, I’d have JFK, absolutely fascinating and apparently one of the most charming people who has ever lived.’
Seann said: ‘You could ask him who he thought shot him.’
Matt replied: ‘I think if someone’s dead, asking them about who killed them is probably a bit of a morbid conversation. I want to say Kevin Keegan. I’ve never met him. Fictional character Pocahontas. Apparently she wasn’t fictional so I couldn’t have her…’
Seann laughed in the Bush Telegraph: ‘Pocahontas! Matt you can have anyone… doesn’t have to be a drawing… Pocahontas. I think we’re really getting to know the full Matt Hancock in here.’
Matt added: ‘And I will have Marilyn Monroe as my naked chef. She’s [Jill] got David Beckham!’
Mike said: ‘Dead, I would have Robin Williams. I just think he was a genius. Come in as Mrs Doubtfire and running off and coming back as Robin Williams. That would be the best. Alive, Samuel L. Jackson, I just think he’s the king of cool. Fictional, I’d take Jason Bourne, just in case s*** goes down.’
Seann added of his choices: ‘Alive, it’s between Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Carrey. There’d be no awkward silences with Jim Carrey. Dead – Chaplin – the biggest comedy icon of all time.
‘I’d get him to do slapstick at the dinner table. Fictional, it has to be Ray from Ghostbusters. Fish fingers, chips and beans. I’ll have spaghetti hoops instead of beans. Owen [is my naked chef].’
Noting Chris’ negativity, Ant, 47, quipped: ‘You bring a one-star energy to proceedings’…
Arriving back at camp Owen said: ‘One star and I take full blame. It was my fault.’
Jill said: ‘Don’t worry guys.’
Owen in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘I can’t help but beat myself up a lot. I’m so hungry and I wanted to bring back good news and I can’t.’
Matt in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘Pretty gutted about one star to tell you the truth having… we’ve been lucky in getting full stars for the last few days. We’ll make the most of it, it’ll be fine, but, ah…’
In his first interview since leaving I’m A Celeb, Baba told MailOnline that Matt ‘appreciated’ being teased about canoodling girlfriend Gina Coladangelo, 54, and admits while he doesn’t understand every element of politics, he knew exactly what was going on in the famous footage.
Baba said: ‘With Matt I wanted him to be comfortable with being teased.
‘He was saying to me that he actually appreciates that because what is politics without having comedians or people who mock what we do?
‘He’s a good sport honest to God I respect the man highly for having people like me, Seann and even Chris be on his back for certain things.
‘I involved him in the joke, I wasn’t trying to laugh at him, I was trying to laugh with him and make him laugh at himself.
‘I’m from a different perspective, everyone else is coming from a perspective where they actually understand politics a bit more whereas I am coming from a working class perspective where it’s like I might not understand everything you do but certain things that you do are funny to me like the whole bum grab – all of that stuff, that’s what my generation and my culture would point out.’
As Owen searched through yabbies, mud crabs and eels he found the star but missed the postbox when throwing this star.
Finding the stars amongst snakes and then rats, he also then missed the postbox when he threw the stars.
Owen said: ‘Mate this is so much harder than it looks!’
Owen then faced a search through green ants and got his first star in the postbox.
Of how he’d got it that time, he said: ‘I was over throwing, then I under threw it… I’ve found the middle ground.’
The final cart he had to search through was full of offal – Owen couldn’t find the letter in it and ran out of time.
Owen said: ‘That is so annoying.’
Ant confirmed their haul as: ‘One out of a possible six.’
Chris joked of getting one star again: ‘Merely by the fact that I was just here…’
Ant joked: ‘You bring a one-star energy to proceedings.’
Owen said: ‘My throwing was awful, sorry. I’m fuming at myself.’
Chris said: ‘One meal between six, that’ll go a long way.’
Arriving at the Trial clearing Ant said: ‘This is The Savage Sorting Office. You two need to put a shift in and sort through the mail to find the stars.
‘One of you will be suspended from the crane in this harness and need to rummage around through the post and find the stars.
‘When you find a star you need to get it in the giant postbox there to win it. The other celebrity will be operating the crane, but they will be blindfolded and they will receive electric shocks every 30 seconds. There are six stars to find.’
Dec added: ‘You’ve got 90 seconds per postal cart. If the star’s not in the postal box in that time then you lose that star. This is a Bushtucker Trial so there will be some surprises along the way.’
Owen said: ‘It’s clear that I’m going in the swinging scary thing’
Chris added: ‘And I’ll go on the blindfold electrocution thing.’
As the episode cut to a break, Ant and Dec revealed the first 90-second countdown had begun…
As camp decided who would do today’s trial, with Jill exempt after doing yesterday’s, Mike kicked it off saying: ‘I am available.’
Matt said: ‘I’m also available.’
Chris concurred: ‘I’m available.’
Seann said: ‘I’m…. available…’
Seann in the Bush Telegraph then admitted of the Trial’s title ‘The Savage Sorting Office’: ‘Obviously we all know my biggest fear is cleaning up.’
Jill said: ‘I think Chris should go as he wants to have a good memory of a Trial.’
With two campmates needed, Chris said: ‘If I’m doing it I would feel safer with someone who is very good at Trials next to me.’
Matt told him: ‘You don’t have to do it if you don’t want to.’
Chris said: ‘I feel I should do it.’
Mike said: ‘Chris, if you want to do it, why don’t you pick who you want to do it with?’
Chris: ‘I’m tempted to pick Owen because of our amazing team work the other day. And, no offence, we’re both the best looking dudes in here.’
Seann in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘Bit offended. We could have made a great team, me and Chris.’
Owen said of pairing up: ‘Love it mate.’
Chris said: ‘The two fittest guys in camp going to do a Trial together.’
Matt in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘He feels he needs to redeem himself from his one star episode and today’s his chance.’
Owen promised: ‘I’m going to help Chris turn his one star streak into a full house baby.’
Learning Babatúndé was indeed leaving Seann said: ‘I didn’t want to go today but I really did not want Baba to go. George was shocking! And Baba, again, what is going on?’
Seann told Babatúndé: ‘I’m gutted.’
In the Bush Telegraph Matt said: ‘I’m really sad to see him go as I think he’s wonderful and I really, really enjoyed getting to know him. He’s been a good part of camp.’
Mike said: ‘I definitely am going to miss Baba. He added loads to the camp. He’s great to be around, infectious. A lovely man.’
Owen admitted: ‘I’m going to miss Baba so much. That’s my shower buddy, that’s my chill buddy. You took my Baba away. What’s going on? When I want some pick up I go to Baba. When I want some life advice I go to Baba. Baba is my go-to geezer and now he’s gone. Hurts that one.’
Owen told his fellow campmates: ‘That’s the worst one yet for me.’
The episode kicked off with the camp waking to another morning in the camp, with Mike blissfully enjoying a peaceful start undisturbed by Boy George’s meditations.
He said:’Wasn’t it great to hear the birds this morning, instead of ”Om, sup…huh.”
In the Bush Telegraph Mike added: ‘I did miss Boy George this morning, but it was nice to hear the birds for once. So, every cloud.’
Chris mused: ‘Charlene went five days ago.’
Seann asked: ‘It was only five days ago?!’
Jill admitted: ‘I feel like Charlene left ages ago.’
In the Bush Telegraph Seann said: ‘I don’t know what is happening to time in the jungle. There’s no food, there’s no toilet flush and there’s no time. There’s just leaves and dirt and things that can kill you.’
Ahead of the vote-off, Babatúndé said: ‘I’ve made such good friends here. I’m looking at everyone thinking, ”Man, I can’t see you going, I can’t see you going.” It will be sad, whoever goes, including myself, it’ll be very sad.’
Thursday’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! is about to begin! You can watch it at 9pm on ITV1 and ITV Hub.
Seann Walsh reflected on ‘the worst month of his life’ during Wednesday’s show, revealing it came in the weeks following his Strictly Come Dancing kissing scandal.
The comedian, 36, found himself at the centre of a media firestorm when he was photographed kissing Katya Jones while she was married to husband Neil, and he was in a relationship with now ex-girlfriend Rebecca Humphries.
Speaking to fellow comic Babatunde Aleshe, Seann revealed that after the scandal he was booked to perform at a 200-person venue in Edinburgh, but was horrified when he learned that there were just 30 people in attendance.
Ant and Dec are no stranger to a running gag, and this year viewers have been left in hysterics by Dec’s repeated use of the phrase ‘get it in your bag!’ during the Bushtucker Trials.
It came after Chris Moyles lost a star during the Boiling Point trial, after he dropped it when he failed to do his Star Bag up properly.
@imacelebrity Ant stop picking on Dec 😂 Dec if you want to say Get it in ya bag you say it 😂
The compilation of Dec saying “get it in ya bag” is hilarious 🤣 #ImACeleb
But it wouldn’t be #ImACeleb without Dec saying “GET IT IN YA BAG!!!!” 😂 @antanddec
Dec preparing to say 'get it in ya bag' #ImACeleb @antanddec pic.twitter.com/oa7VTcPJEb
The former Health Secretary sparked controversy when he was confirmed to be heading into the Australian jungle earlier this month, but in recent episodes has been noticeably absent.
Now, sources are claiming that since viewers are no longer voting for Matt to complete the Bushtucker Trials, he’s become ‘quiet’ in the camp.
Despite previous predictions that Matt would be the first celebrity to be voted out of the jungle, the politician is now in the final six of the series.
After two years at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, Wales, due to Covid-19, the series is now back where it belongs.
The I’m A Celebrity jungle camp, where Matt Hancock and his fellow campmates currently sleep, is in Springbook National Park in Queensland, New South Wales.
The I’m A Celeb set has been under construction since August and a total of 700 people, 600 of which are Australian locals, work on the show.
The I’m A Celebrity camp is no stranger to drama, and this year has proven no different, with the series hit by a record number of complaints from furious viewers.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) has received 17,000 complaints from viewers over animals being used in the challenges.
This year’s series of the show has seen reptiles, spiders, eels and a variety of other crittiers used for the trials.
The show has used animals in its trials since its first series back in 2002 but many viewers are unhappy with it.
Last year’s show reportedly saw more than 13,000 complaints over the use of animals with the RSPCA saying they are ‘concerned’ with the way I’m A Celebrity ‘portrays’ animals.
The singer, 61, took to Twitter to share a beaming selfie with the comedian, 34, as they relaxed in the bar of their hotel, after being successively eliminated from the series just days before the final.
In the snap, both George and Babatúndé were in extremely high spirits as they relaxed in the bar following their jungle exit.
Just hours earlier, comic Babatúndé had a hero’s welcome as he arrived at the luxury Marriott hotel.
He was welcomed home by his former campmates Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas, and Sue Cleaver, as well as the likes of Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo, who embraced him with a hug.
Lorraine, rubbished George’s repeated claims of being ‘honest and upfront’ while repeatedly talking about campmates – primarily MP Matt Hancock – when they were out of earshot.
Referencing comments made by the host on her daily breakfast show, George, 61, tweeted: ‘Yes my darling Lorraine I bet you walk everywhere and do your own make-up? Lol!’
In a clip shared on Twitter, Lorraine had chided: ‘Boy George – now what’s going on there? He keeps saying, “I speak my mind, I speak my mind” but he’s always sort of doing hushed asides.
‘But he did have a wee bit of a tantrum… not a tantrum, it was just a… I don’t know what you would call it.’
Commenting on his alleged meltdown, she added: ‘Does he even watch this show? You don’t get golf buggies George!’
‘I think the thing with George is not that many people tell him no. I’m very fond of him but there’s that as well!’
Matt Hancock ‘broke’ the I’m A Celebrity rules by asking Babatunde to send a message to his girlfriend Gina Colangelo once he left the jungle, Richard Arnold has claimed.
The Good Morning Britain showbiz host was looking at Babatunde Aleshe’s departure from the show as the fifth celebrity voted out of the jungle down under.
But he says that Matt, who said ‘Will you say that to Gina?’ when giving his goodbye greetings, was rule-breaking by sending a message to the outside world.
Speaking on his I’m A Celebrity segment on Thursday’s Good Morning Britain, Richard said: ‘Eagle-eyed viewers spotted Matt Hancock issue a potentially rule-breaking request during a goodbye hug.
‘Sending a message to the outside world!’
Susanna Reid, seemingly perplexed, asks: ‘Is that not allowed?!’
Richard says: ‘No. Not allowed to send messages to the outside world.’
Babatúndé Aléshé was the fifth star to be eliminated from I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! 2022.
After conquering his fear of heights earlier in the series, the comedian bid farewell to the camp after ending up in the bottom two with Seann Walsh.
As he took his seat in the treehouse for his interview, Babatúndé was so excited to have left the camp that he spilled his glass of champagne.
Following his exit, Babatunde told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that he was thrilled to be out of the camp after two and a half weeks.
He said: ‘It’s been crazy to see it because living in it is a whole new expereince. Spending two and a bit weeks in there is hardcore. All we do is talk about food.’
Fatima Whitbread, who finished third on I’m a Celeb in 2011, has told Jungle Confidential that Boy George was a ‘good asset’ but not good value for money.
The former athlete, 61, said the popstar ‘did a good job’ bringing controversy and drama to the camp, but left a bit early to justify his reported £500,000 fee.
Jungle Confidential, our daily video podcast about all things I’m a Celebrity, is available Monday-Friday on MailOnline, and on our YouTube channel. It will also be available as a podcast via all your favourite streaming services and Mail+, completely free.
Fatima told podcast host Katie Hind people tune in to watch camp life and see celebrities be themselves and ‘is really what people tune in for’ and that Boy George ‘brought that to the camp’.
Two members of staff tested positive for the virus earlier this week, prompting bosses to tighten up safety measures in a bid to stop it spreading further.
A tent selling hot drinks and snacks on the jungle site in New South Wales, Australia was also shut down temporarily overnight so it could be disinfected.
A spokesperson for the ITV series told MailOnline: ‘We can confirm a couple of production team members have tested positive for coronavirus.
‘The protocols we have in place for such an eventuality have been implemented and filming has continued as we adhere to all covid guidelines.’
They said safety is paramount on the show and stringent safety measures are in place across the set, and that the outbreak will not affect Sunday’s final.
Chris Moyles and Owen Warner will tackle The Savage Sorting Office, where the blindfolded DJ is tasked with following Owen’s verbal directions to lower him into a tank filled with water where several bags filled with stars were placed.
Swimming around the bags were mud crabs and eels, with Owen having to direct Chris throughout the task.
In a clip from the show, co-host Declan Donnelly told the pair: ‘Your first 90 seconds for your first cart starts now.’
Owen was then seen directing Chris, saying: ‘Right, go right bro. Lower me down a little bit.’
As Chris began to lower Owen towards the tank, the actor shouted: ‘Stop, stop stop!’ as he was almost plunged into the water.
Sounding exhausted, Chris said: ‘Oh my God, this is heavy.’
Join us for updates on the 19th episode of the 2022 series, where Chris Moyles and Owen Warner will face the The Savage Sorting Office Trial.
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