I'm A Celebrity viewers all think the same as Snoochie Shy describes rats crawling over her as a 'deep tissue massage'

TONIGHT'S episode of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! saw Snoochie Shy scream in terror as she took on yet another Bushtucker Trial.

Last night's instalment of the ITV show saw the 29-year-old DJ get told that she'd been chosen to take on the Treacherous Traps trial.

The camper was seen trapped in a coffin-like structure during this evening's episode and had to place her hand through holes to unscrew stars and secure meals for camp.

Hosts Ant and Dec looked on in bewilderment as they heard her screaming from the get-go, with Snoochie asking where the stars are as rats crawl all over her.

Fans of the show were quick to air their thoughts on Snoochie's attempt at the trial, with many dubbing it as "embarrassing".

Alongside an angry-faced emoji, one viewer vented: "I've literally had to mute my TV for this trial because Snoochie is so annoying."

Echoing their comments, someone else said: "I'm sorry, but I really dislike this Snoochie – she is so irritating."

While another fan added: "Snoochie is extremely annoying isn’t she? Playing up for the cameras isn’t a good look, mate."

This is the second trial that Snoochie has been voted to take on, previously going up against Danny Miller for a vile eating challenge.

Unfortunately, she lost after consuming a variety of disgusting things – including blended pig uterus.

Later, campmate Louise Minchin found Snoochie crying for letting down her team – and cynical viewers were quick to accuse her of faking the tears and playing up to the camera.

She isn't the only one viewers have claimed to be "milking" air time, with Danny also raising eyebrows with his terrified reaction to being selected for a task.

The 30-year-old actor was seen having a breakdown at the end of the ep when it was revealed that the public had chosen him to take on the first Bushtucker Trial.

He immediately started to panic as soon as he heard that the trial was called "Dreaded Diner", with Arlene Phillips and David Ginola attempting to comfort him.

However, viewers at home were less sympathetic – and took to social media to claim Danny was faking his fear for screen time.

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