The Chase Bradley Walsh warns star they’ll be ‘out’ if they ‘break rules’ again

The Chase Celebrity Special this evening saw I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! stars Iain Lee, Jennie McAlpine, Stanley Johnson and Shappi Khorsandi take on The Vixen.

Third up to take on the chaser was comedienne Shappi, who boldly opted to go for the high offer, despite only managing a meagre £2,000 in her cash builder round.

But Shappi seemed to struggle with how to use her buzzer during her head-to-head with Jenny.

Despite knowing the answer to the first question, she didn't press her buzzer in time, meaning Bradley couldn't take her answer, despite her knowing it.

Determined not to be caught out again, she pressed her buzzer too prematurely on the next question, as she knew that a "swimming pool with no sides" was called an "infinity pool".

Host Bradley told her it was against the rules to press her buzzer before he had finished answering the question as it was "breaking the rules" and if she did it again she'd be "out," leaving a nervous Shappi giggling.

First to take on chaser Jenny Ryan was former talkRADIO host Iain Lee, 47.

Ian had an impressive cash builder round, banking an impressive £5,000, seemingly with ease, and making it seem to viewers that he could quite easily take on the high offer of £30,000 from the chaser.

But Iain's former campmate Stanley Johnson didn't seem to have the same faith in him.

When host Bradley Walsh asked him: "I think Iain you should go low, I have been in the jungle with you and you flinch at the vital moment."

Iain was left open-mouthed at Boris Johnson's dad's dig.

Bradley jumped to Iain's defence and told Stanley: "I don’t think you know how this works."

Comedienne Shappi said Iain should go for the high offer, while Corrie star Jennie thought Iain should go for the middle offer.

Iain ended up taking Jennie's advice and took home the £5,000 with ease, meaning he could have two chances at the high offer.

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