Nicola McLean demanded a birthday party - for her breasts.

The glamour model was excited yesterday (19.11.08) when she realised it had been a year since her most recent breast enlargement and asked 'I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!' bosses to throw a party in her honour. After speaking about her body to camp mates Esther Rantzen, Carly Zucker and Dani Behr, she suddenly exclaimed: "What day is it? Is it Wednesday? It's their birthday," before rushing off.

Interrupting an interview being conducted with Brian Paddick in the Bush Telegraph, the 25-year-old beauty excitedly said: "It's my boobs' first birthday today and I'm so excited.

"Can we have a little birthday party for my boobs, please. Sorry Brian to interrupt you."She ran back into camp and told other celebrities who went on to sing 'Happy Birthday' to a delighted Nicola, who had nicknamed her assets 'Pinky and Perky'.

Timmy Mallett and David Van Day are being held captive in the jungle. The former children's TV presenter and Dollar singer were trapped in giant nets as they headed to join existing contestants on 'I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!'.

Timmy was the first captured, when a net swooped him up as he bent down to pick up a cake. Screaming and shouting but unable to escape, he eventually heard footsteps and called for help, saying: "Who's there? You've got to help me. I feel like the child catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."

As David walked into view and smugly enjoyed Timmy's plight, he was suddenly swept off his feet by another net and the pair watched helplessly as cages were constructed on the jungle floor before the two celebrities were lowered into their makeshift prisons.

Resigned to his fate, Timmy moaned: "We're in here for a long time." However, help could soon be on the way for the two stars after their future camp mates were notified of their plights.

Martina Navratilova was called to the Bush Telegraph and given instructions to read out, along with Polaroid pictures of the captured pair. Returning to the camp, she read: "There are two new camp mates being held captive in the jungle. They will be in prison until morning. You have the ability to ease their situation but only if certain demands are met. Await further instruction."

She later received further instructions, which read: "To make your captive campmates first night in the jungle you must pay a ransom. Give up one luxury item each and that means all of us and they will be given food tonight. Or they will go hungry."

Later, the celebrities were given a second choice, "Give up two stars and we will release one right now. If you chose the ransom you must decide which celebrity you want."

The outcome of their decisions can be seen on tonight's (20.11.08) 'I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!'.

Robert Kilroy-Silk feels "victimised" after being chosen to do a second Bushtucker Trial.

'I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!' viewers on Tuesday (18.11.08) voted him to take part in the 'John T-revolting' challenge after seeing him fail to beat Joe Swash in the 'Chamber of Horrors' trial and the former chat show host admitted that despite his experience, he was still worried about letting down his camp mates.

Speaking ahead of the challenge, he said: "I feel victimised being picked for the trial again. I'm apprehensive obviously there's a bigger group to feed there and I'm nervous about letting them down.

"It doesn't make a difference that I did a trial yesterday and I'm doing one today, I'm just as much in ignorance of what I'm going to have to deal with.

I'm as apprehensive today as I was yesterday.

"I will do what I can, I will try to deal with the difficulties and I will attempt to win as many stars as possible. I will absolutely do everything I can. If I can't do it, it will be because my fears over come me but I will do my best."

The task saw Robert encased a Perspex 'Saturday Night Fever' suit fixed in the famous pose - with one arm in the air - with jungle creatures added to each compartment. The longer Robert endured the task, the more stars he earned, meaning more meals for the newly-united camp.

Viewers can see the outcome of the trial on tonight's (20.11.08) show and also vote for another star to take on a live challenge - 'Jungle Gym', which promises a gruesome twist on a conventional exercise regime.