I'm A Celeb's Dec reveals injury that left him needing six months of treatment | The Sun

DECLAN Donnelly has revealed he needed six months to recover after he once took part in the Celebrity Cyclone Bushtucker Trial.

The presenter and his TV partner Ant McPartlin raised money for the Text Santa charity by taking part in a special celebrity edition of the fan favourite task.

But 10 years ago, fans did not realise the presenter was injuried when he initially took on the I'm A Celebrity challenge with his best friend.

Taking to their daily Instagram live, Ant and Dec gave their biggest fans an insight into the infamous and much anticipated trial.

Ant said: "We're doing the Celebrity Cyclone today. It's always fun to do, but it takes a while to do. It takes a long time to get everything set up and get all the paint bombs set up and all the sludge and the slime."

He added: "Yeah, it takes a long time but it is fun, the most fun. Everybody who watches the show always wants to give it a go.


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"We've actually done it in the past. We've done the trial. We did it for charity years ago, didn't you pop your shoulder?"

To which his presenting partner Dec quickly replied to Ant that in the process of raising money for the ITV charity, he sustained a serious injury on the set.

The duo took part in a special edition of the Bushtucker game when former King of the Jungle Joe Swash watched from the sidelines.

Joe, 40, welcomed the pair to the trial clearing to who were trying to raise a massive £100,000 for the charity to play the Celebritry Cyclone.

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But during the challenge, Dec managed to sustain an injury, although he didn't give it away at the time.

On social media, Dec confirmed: "Yeah I did. I ended up in physio for six months afterwards. But it was great fun."

He added: "Fun times though guys, fun times."

Only four celebs are left in the camp, Former Rugby Union star Mike Tindall, Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, Former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, and Lioness Jill Scott.

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This comes after former Strictly Come Dancing star Seann Walsh was the seventh star eliminated from the show.

The comedian was all smiles as he arrived back at a luxury hotel with his pregnant girlfriend after he exited the show.

Seann, 36, didn't look at all disheartened about missing out on tomorrow night's final, as he reunited with his fellow eliminated campmates at the five-star Marriott resort.

They were given a hero's welcome by the likes of Boy George, Sue Cleaver and Charlene White, who were all considerably fresher after days out of camp.

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