I’m A Celebrity’s Danny Miller jokes he’ll be speaking to his agent after ‘worst’ Trial yet

Danny Miller had to take part in Fill Your Face on Sunday's final episode of I'm A Celebrity in a bid to win starters for Frankie Bridge and Simon Gregson for their last meal on the ITV show.

During the instalment, the Emmerdale star, 30, had to sit on a Castle chair with a large see-through helmet placed on top of his head while critters were added every two minutes.

Talking about being in the final ahead of the Trial, the star said: "To be in the final, never saw that coming. So thankful mate."

While Danny admitted he was "gutted" over his campmate BFF David Ginola being eliminated on Saturday, he said: "I couldn’t believe it, he’s been like a dad type figure in here, so I was gutted."

As he took part in the gruelling Trial, show host Dec asked if he was thinking: "What life choices led me to be here right now?"

To which Danny joked: "I don’t know, but I’m going to ask my agent."

And in a bid to get through the challenge, Danny started singing to which host Ant joined in.

Talking about the Trial, the actor admitted: "Wow, it's intense this isn't it? This is the worst one you know."

And things went from bad to worse when Danny started to get bitten on the neck and joked that it felt like a love bite.

With Dec quipping: "Honestly, it was off a cockroach…"

And after successfully completing the Trial, the star commented: "Proud of myself, just hope my family are."

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Danny welcomed his newborn son, Albert, with fiancée Steph Jones in October and earlier this month he broke down in tears as he admitted he was homesick.

The actor, who previously defended his decision to join the ITV competition, was comforted by David as he encouraged him to keep going on the ITV show and said: "Believe in yourself and your capability."

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