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Jack, Travis and Ash were the furthest off the 200m mark, and therefore had to move through to the second round, which required bravery and brains as they attempted to guess how many rats were in the Hell Hole of Destiny.
Alli came through tonight with the scoop on brother Cody Simpson’s relationship with Miley Cyrus, after Toni claimed she categorically does not follow gossip, while casually angling for all of the goss.
Toni Pearen may have been in a funk at the top of the day, but by mid arvo she was scaling a tower of ridiculous proportions – 50m in fact – as she walked many metal planks and took a giant leap of faith to nab 11 stars for her ravenous campmates.
On Sunday night, the camp was finally united as the Hungry Games came to an end and the generation gap between some of the campmates finally starting to close thanks to some honest and transparent conversations.
As the medic tended to Toni’s bites, Dr Chris Brown reassured her the pythons weren’t venomous and her fellow campmates Ash and Dipper looked on in awe, telling her how amazing she was facing her fear.
Waking up hungry, it was time to battle it out for the best meal of the day. Jack and Abbie, Paulini and Grant, and Jess and Travis were chosen to tackle the trial Dipsticks to stifle their rumbling stomachs