I’m A Celeb’s Beverley Callard stuns camp as she flaunts belly button piercing

Beverley Callard left her fellow I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! campmates lost for words after changing into her swimwear.

The Coronation Street star admitted she intended to "grow old disgracefully" after showing off her blinged-up belly button as she bonded with her campmates.

Beverley, 63, had to participate in an infamous Bushtucker Trial along with her female co-stars after they failed to succeed during Friday night's live trial.

The group put their thinking caps on to ease the thoughts running around their heads, joking they were gearing up for a "girl's night".

Ahead of the trial, which was named Bar-Baric, the mum-of-two explained: "I have to tell you, I'm absolutely terrified at this moment in time."

She went on to say: "I so wish we didn't have to do this."

Offering words of support, Giovanna Fletcher added: "You'll be alright, you've got us!"

BBC veteran Victoria Derbyshire waded in saying: "It's going to be horrible we know that, but we've worked out that if we don't look at the horrible things and we focus on the task, we can get through it."

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Boosting team spirits, Giovanna exclaimed: "We're going to smash it."

"We'll smash it as a team," added Hollie Arnold.

Boosting her morale, Beverley slipped into her swimsuit offering words of support to herself saying: "Come on Callard."

Former Neon Jungle singer Jessica Plummer was left starry-eyed after noticing Beverley's sparkling belly button piercing, to which she replied: "Grow old disgracefully, that's what I say."

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Airing his thoughts on Beverley, actor Shane Richie explained: "She's a tough cookie that girl.

"If you can do 30 years in the Rovers [Return], I'm sure a couple of creepy crawlies in Bar-Baric ain't gonna put her off."

While walking off to the trial area, the female campmates belted out Beyoncé's motivational track Run The World (Girls) in a last-minute attempt to boost their spirits.

"We're going to get 12 out of 12 us girls – we do not give up," vowed Ruthie Henshall.

"It's called Bar-Baric so it's going to be horrendous," explained Victoria.

Boosting the mood amongst the group, Giovanna added: "We're pretending it's a really cool nightclub."

This sentiment was echoed by Victoria who said: "We're going on a girls night out to have a dance."

I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues Monday on ITV at 9pm.

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