DETERMINED Amir Khan overcame his fear last night and proved victorious in his second Bushtucker Trial.
Flushed Out saw him confront water critters, including eels, to win a meal ticket for camp.
The boxer, 30, was locked in a large water tank which had numbered sealed boxes running up its sides.
As it filled with water, he had to open each box with a spanner.
Amir was joined in the camp by eels, mud crabs, 200 crayfish and tabbies. He almost fell at the final hurdle when he dropped a key, but was able to dive to the bottom of the tank to pick it up.
Afterwards he said: “I was so focused. I wouldn’t let me team mates down in camp. It was so hard in there honestly. I can go back now and make my camp smile. It makes me very happy today. I’m very proud of myself.”
His completion of the trial meant that he won food for the five campmates who already had a meal ticket, but he bagged one more ticket to take back to camp.
Amir chose to give the meal ticket to Stanley Johnson.
Ex politician Stanley said: “I don’t deserve it. Shappi tried to give me one last night. And then Amir come back brandishing a meal ticket and hands it to me and says he want to give it to me and I’m touched beyond belief and I shall do my best to deserve the honour.”
Meanwhile, all campmates complain about the smell in camp as they miss their personal hygiene products.
Made In Chelsea’s Georgia said: “When I open my eyes I’m in awe of everything I see here, then my mind comes back to what’s going on – the honking pits, soggy sleeping bags and just the general stinking smell that radiates off me.”
Dennis Wise revealed: “Everyone has their own hygiene level and this morning Jamie and I went off to have a shower. After a couple of days it can really start to chuck up at bit to be honest.”
Back in the UK Amir’s wife Faryal admitted that he may have underestimated the series. She tweeted:” I don’t think my hubby @amirkingkhan realizes what he got himself into ? #ImaCelebrity @ITV”