I'm A Celebrity's Ruthie and Russell risk camp row in secret challenge to win their own luxury items

I'M A Celebrity's Ruthie Henshall and Russell Watson risk a camp row tonight as they have to sabotage a task with a secret challenge to win their own luxury items.

The camp newbies are set to take on a secret mission in tonight's show which could spell trouble for the rest of camp.

The twist was revealed on The Daily Drop and host Vick Hope said that the jester painting placed in the camp's washroom will come to life tonight.

The painting will set Ruthie and Russell a series of secret missions to win the camp's luxury items.

She also teased that this could cause "friction" within the camp as they take on the first secret task of the series.

Vick kicked off the spin-off show, saying: "We've got two new celebrities in there. This might might be the friction that we need."

Guest Christopher Biggins added: "I think it could be the friction."

The host then reminded viewers of the creepy looking jester painting, she added: "I have something very interesting to tell you about, you might have noticed another person in the scene there.

"If you look very closely there is a portrait of a jester, I can reveal that the jester is going to come to life and it's going to be giving out secret missions to our two new arrivals and in response to that they will get the luxury items for the camp."

Celeb guest Denise Van Outen added: "I love secret missions, this is when the fun begins."

The 53-year-old musical theatre star and Russell Watson, also 53, received a brutal welcome on last night's show.

Ruthie was battered with rotten tomatoes and Russell was greeted with a mouthful of maggots.

The pair successfully won 11 stars on their first trial Stage Fright and returned to camp for a tour of the Living Quarters.

However, some of the contestants were less optimistic about their new campmates and worried that it might change the dynamics of the group.

Vernon Kay later aired his concerns saying: "I've got mixed emotions at the moment. It moves the dimensions. It moves the dynamics about slightly."

He added: "I would be genuinely upset if this dynamic changes."

Shane Richie added: "There's 10 of us now, we've been together four days. We know each other really well. 

"We're eating, sleeping, laughing, crying together and for another two people to come in you're always frightened.

"It's going to change the dynamics and we were kind of concerned about that."

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