Coronation Street star Beverley Callard and BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire have been sent home from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! following a double vote-off.

Callard, 63, and Derbyshire, 52, were told the news during Monday's episode of the reality TV show.

West End star Ruthie Henshall and Paralympic gold medallist Hollie Arnold had previously been voted off this year's I'm A Celebrity, which is taking place at Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to the pandemic.

Elsewhere on the show, classical singer Russell Watson volunteered to take part in the Rank Rotisserie trial.



Before the trial, Watson described his general knowledge as "not very good" as it mainly revolved around "The Jam from 1977 to 1982".

He earned five stars and five meals for camp and told Ant and Dec: "My dad's always said 'it's a good job you can sing as you can do sod all else'."

Returning to his campmates, Watson said: "It was a thousand times worse than I was expecting. I was expecting it to be bad, but it was like they'd had ice cubes in it all night. It was absolutely freezing."



The celebrities were told they would be having duck for dinner, though the five stars were not enough to feed everyone.

They enjoyed the "delicious" food but only had a few mouthfuls each.

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! continues on Virgin Media One