I’m a Celeb’s Ian Wright shares jaw dropping food confession

Ian Wright is struggling to adjust to jungle life.

The ex-footballer, who is appearing on I'm a Celeb, has been vocal about the meal portions and admitted he doesn't know if he can "live on rice or beans".

And during the latest Dingo Dollar challenge, his food wish could have become a reality if they managed to bag a foodie prize.

Kate Garraway and Myles Stephenson headed to the Dingo Dollar challenge area and read a laminate that was stuck on a tree with eggs on the floor all around it.

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"The pigeon’s eggs have fallen from the tree. Return them you must but do so carefully. Raise the eggs up and navigate the maze, get them back and you’ll have dollars for days," Myles said.

"So we have to transfer eggs from the floor to the bird box and the only way to reach it is via a maze in the trees and we have to balance the eggs on poles and move them carefully through the maze."

Myles and Kate got dressed up into pigeon outfits and started the challenge, they eventually managed to successfully complete it and win the dingo dollars.

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Myles and Kate walked up to the Outback Shack and saw they had the option of chocolate eggs or twiglets – they chose chocolate eggs and went up to Kiosk Kev.

With the camp selecting the wrong answer form Kiosk Kev's question – the duo, still dressed as birds, headed back to camp.

They broke the new to their distraught campmates their wrong answer cost them the chocolate eggs – and Ian Wright was up in arms.

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"Was it a creme egg?," he asked.

Speaking in the Bush Telegraph, he said: "I love Cadbury's Creme Eggs." And with his tummy rumbling, he confessed: "I would pay a grand for a Cadbury's Creme Egg right now."

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