| Last updated
And if you thought we wouldn't be having it this year because of the relocation to Wales, you would be sorely mistaken.
Jordan North, Beverley Collard and Vernon Kay were the chosen three celebs to take it on this year, in scenes from Tuesday night's show.
And, let's just say, it certainly wasn't any tamer because of the UK sourced food supply.
Check out a clip below:
In horrifying footage from the trial - aptly named Frights Of The Round Table - the celebs where sat at a spinning table, and forced to eat whatever delicacy landed in front of them.
Treats on offer ranged from sheep brain to pig trotters. But the worst of the bunch? It had to be the 'Nuts Roast'.
We're sure you don't need to guess what that one's made from...
Essentially deer's testicles, arranged on a roast dinner plate, the dish looked like the most unappetising thing we'd ever seen.
And Vernon Kay was the celeb tasked with chowing down on it. He had to eat one whole testicle in order to bag a star for camp.
Naturally, the campmates fell about laughing when Ant told Vernon to "choose a testicle," but their faces soon turned to grimaces as they watched him take a bite.
Instantly, the insides of the flesh started to burst out of Vernon's mouth and dribble down his chin, and he was visibly disgusted as he gagged and tried to keep it down.
As for whether the campmates bagged enough stars to feed the camp? You'd better get watching to find out...
The trial comes as this year's star studded line up has swapped the Australian jungle for Gwrych Castle in north Wales.
The stunning (and supposedly haunted) castle is located in Conwy and has had the ultimate transformation to make it suitable for the show.
And after nearly two decades of the show being set in Australia, viewers have welcomed the change.
One wrote: "Loved watching I'm a celeb tonight nice to have some sort of normality. Even better watching it in Wales."
While another said: "I think this should stay being produced in Wales.... Think of the money @ITV would save.... I also think it seems to have a better production value in the castle. Just throwing that out there."
A third added: "I really think that this years I'm a Celebrity is going to be better because it's in a [castle] in Wales and I don't think they will go back to Australia. It's the shake up that it needed."
I'm A Celebrity continues on ITV weeknights at 9pm.
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read