almost never fails to make us nauseous with its challenges, but it's not often that the show reveals surprising insight into the psyche of viewers.Monday's Dingo Dollar Challenge climaxed with genuinely intriguing info about the UK's dating habits, but we'll get to that in a minute.Everything was on the line in this challenge because Amir Khan and Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo had failed a Bushtucker trial earlier in the day.This meant that winning the Dingo Dollar Challenge would be the only way for the campers to get anything other than beans or rice to eat.The trio chosen to take part were Jennie Mc Alpine, Rebekah Vardy and Dennis Wise.They were faced with a giant roulette wheel situated next to two chairs lined up against a mucky lake — making it obvious that somebody was definitely getting dunked."If it's dollars you wish to win, you'll need to give a great big spin," Jennie read to her teammates."Round and round until it stops; Just hit the win or in you'll drop."All three had their spins at the wheel, and were all successively dunked when they were able to hit red.
if their fellow campers answered a trivia question correctly.That question was: What percentage of British people would rather have a cup of tea and a biscuit than go out on a date, 83% or 67%?First off, those are very high percentages either way.After much consideration back at camp, they went 83% — which, amazingly, was correct! Meanwhile, viewers at home basically seemed to agree that some soothing tea and a plate of gourmet biscuits were far more satisfying than a little romance:83% of #British people would rather stay in and have a cup of tea and a biscuit rather than go on a date...Why am I not surprised by this😂 #Great Britain #Tea And Biscuits #Im ACelebrity— Theo (@masont_17) November 20, 201783% of British people say they'd rather have a cup of tea and a biscuit than go out on a date? Micky Levy was born in Israel and grew up in Eilat.Her first book of poetry, White Stoplights, was published when she was 15.Micky arrived in Los Angeles when she was 17 with just 0 in her pocket.Micky wrote the feature script Rails & Ties, a Warner Bros. Alison Eastwood directed the movie which starred Kevin Bacon, Marcia Gay Harden and Miles Heizer.Rails & Ties premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2007.Micky wrote, directed and produced the narrative short film Page’s Great and Grand Escape.