I'm A Celeb fans all saying the same thing as Mike Tindall struggles to light a fire in camp | The Sun

I'M A Celeb fans all said the same thing when Mike Tindall struggled to light the fire in camp during last night's episode.

The former rugby star and the other nine famous faces have settled into jungle life.

The camp is a far cry from what they are all used to at home, and they've had to embrace everything – from creepy crawlies to the unpleasant toilet.

Not only that, but they have also had to test their survival skills by starting a fire themselves.

During Monday's instalment of the show Mike, 44, and footballer Jill Scott were given the job to keep their camp mates warm.

The rugby ace managed to catch a light, but viewers at home were left scratching their heads over one thing.

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As he lit the camp fire, many noticed that there was something that could have made the process a lot easier, right in front of his eyes.

One said on Twitter: "Mike Tindall lighting the fire on #ImACelebrity did he not see the candle?"

Another questioned: "Was Mike Tindall trying to get a fire going in front on a lit candle?"

"Did Mike Tindall use that candle next to him to light that fire," a third chimed in.

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Mike Tindall may get into trouble when he gets home, after dishing the dirt on his "boozy" wife Zara last night.

The former rugby ace is married to Princess Anne's daughter, after they met in Sydney, Australia during the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

But now Mike has revealed some fun details about his first date with the Queen's granddaughter.

Speaking inside main camp, Mike told Babatúndé and Owen about their first encounter, and said: “I was at the World Cup, she was out watching.

"I got dropped from the semi-final. I was p****d off and so I went for a beer with another guy who got dropped and a guy who was over [in Sydney]. They’d met her before and they introduced us and then got chatting.”

Owen replied: “So if you never got dropped you never would have met her?”

Mike said: “Best decision of Clive Woodward’s life.” 

Owen added: “Thank god he dropped you.” 

Speaking about his first date, Mike added: “First actual date, just went out for lunch locally.

"And ended up being quite a boozy one. Then we figured out that we both quite like getting smashed. It was a good start.” 

Mike also showed off his hidden talent last night in camp.

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Viewers were left frustrated last night as three stars were ruled out of doing the next trial.

Mike Tindall, Sue Cleaver and Boy George were all exempt from taking part in The Horrifying Heights, which meant viewers had a limited number of celebs to vote for.

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