I’m A Celebrity’s stars risk turning into jungle fatties if they gobble up witchetty grubs, sheep’s brains and kangaroo willies.
The famous stomach-churning Bushtucker Trial ‘‘delicacies’’ are actually laden with calories.
Sheep’s brains are the worst as they are even more fattening than a whole Big Mac.
And chowing down on a squishy witchetty grub is the equivalent to scoffing almost half a burger.
The findings come in a survey by bookmakers OddsMonkey.
Bosses waded through 16 years of Bushtucker Trial clips to see what the celebrities had eaten in the Aussie jungle camp.
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Over the past 18 series, viewers have seen spoon bender Uri Geller become the first celebrity to munch on a witchetty grub back in 2002 right through to last year when Noel Edmonds and Harry Redknapp both tucked into sheep’s brains.
Although the camp mates often complain they are starving in the Aussie bush, they are actually at risk of piling on the pounds.
The “heaviest” meal to stomach is sheep’s brains which contains 665 calories, more than a Big Mac (563), and a deer shake (deer kidney, liver and blood) with 544 calories.
Other big ones include vomit fruit (357 calories); pig’s snout (309); kangaroo willy (247); witchetty grub (245) and mealworms (223). If any of the stars want to watch their figures then they would do better to feast on fish eye (123); pig’s anus (115); camel hump (75) and lamb testicles (68).
An OddsMonkey spokesman said: “It’s proof that if you get chosen for the eating trial you may add on a few pounds!”
The show launches on ITV on November 17.
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