Ant and Dec joke about having a 'threesome' with Lady C on I'm A Celeb best bits

ANT and Dec hilariously joked about missing out on a 'threesome' with Lady Colin Campbell on last night's I'm A Celebrity… A Jungle Story.

The beloved presenting duo joyfully watched some of the 71-year-old's most memorable moments from her stint in the jungle in 2015.

The Geordie duo were left giggling as they relived all her flirtatious exchanges with them and famously propositioned them for a threesome following a Bushtucker Trial.

As her best bits came to an end, Ant McPartlin admitted, "she was just brilliant".

Wading in on her not-so-subtle advances, the 44-year-old added: "Didn't get that threesome though did we? No, never did."

To which Declan Donnelly, 45, hilariously responded: "No, didn't get the threesome. Just me and her".


Speaking to the camera during her jungle recap, Lady C admitted that she "wasn't joking" when she asked them about a threesome and revealed she found the presenting duo "very sexy".

She shared: "The public thought I was joking, well I've got news for you. I wasn't joking.

"I mean they're very sexy guys. They're hot, nice muscles."

On Saturday, Dec was spotted leaving London with his wife Ali Astall as they made the drive to Conwy, Wales and the show's creepy new location, Gwrych Castle.


It's a far cry from the long-haul flight the Geordie would have had to the show's regular location in Australia, which was an impossibility for 2020 due to the global coronavirus pandemic.

Therefore the campmates – all of whom have now been revealed – will be swapping the campsite Down Under for a castle and trading Kiosk Kev for the Woman in White.

200-year-old Gwrych Castle was built between 1810 and 1825 by Lloyd Hesketh Bamford-Hesketh.

The castle played an important role in World War II, as the Government used it to house 200 Jewish refugees.

It also served as the training grounds for English World Middleweight boxing champion Randolph Turpin in the early 1950s.

The ruins are said to be haunted by the ghost of the previous owner, the Countess of Dundonald.

The Woman in White, as she is known by locals, is said to be angry that her husband stripped the castle of her valuables and sold them.

Producers have said that some of the challenges will include a spooky spectre theme.

Meanwhile, new images of the transformed tourist attraction show a communal area with a fire, a heated camp area and a venue for the Bush Telegraph.

Celebrities will then be taken to different areas to tackle the various tasks.

The only difference is that health and safety means they will be provided with warm, dry living quarters — but the accommodation is still expected to be far from luxurious.

Of course, Dec and co-host Ant won't be battling the elements and are sure to be staying somewhere cosy nearby.

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