I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! presenter Ant McPartlin made a cheeky dig at Victoria Derbyshire after she braved her latest challenge.

In tonight's show, the 52-year-old broadcast journalist was nominated by the camp to face the Critter Clink challenge.

Victoria was ready for whatever came her way, in the hopes that she would return triumphant with 12 stars.

"It’s a Trial, it's why we're here," she said before her challenge.

"Most people who have done a Trial on their own have come back with the full house.  12 stars.  So that's in my head.  I want to be able to do as well as they did and I don't know if I can if I'm being really honest.  I don't know until I get there."

Victoria Derbyshire bravely faced the latest challenge alone

During the task, Victoria bravely faced a series of slithery animals including lizards, a python as well as lots of offal.

At one point, she even bravely came face to face with a wolf as she tried to collect all the stars.

While Victoria tried to work her way through the trial, Ant joked that she needed to 'get a move on' and the comedy duo kept commenting about her pace.

After the task had ended, Ant appeared to tease the star despite having cruised through her challenge.

The presenters were joking about Victoria's impressive performance

"You were very slow" joked Ant.

"Methodical," Dec hit back.

Despite being taunted by the presenters, Victoria was actually more bothered about the amount of stars that she had found.

Victoria left with nine stars

"I would have liked to have got 11 obviously or 10, so 9's going to have to do. I'm going to be a little bit proud of myself," she said.

Although Victoria was beating herself up about the challenge, the presenter returned to camp where she was praised by her fellow campmates about her trial achievements.

Ant & Dec's jokes didn't stop there. As the show progressed, the comedy duo then continued to joke about how slow Victoria had been.

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