He already left fans in hysterics as he strutted around in his budgie smugglers.
Star Kate Garraway stepped in to save the day by hitting Andrew on the back to dislodge the food, and Myles Stephenson warned the Irish comedian he needed to chew his food.
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Close call: I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’s Andrew Maxwell caused panic among his fellow campmates after he accidentally choked on a piece of camel in Friday’s show
After Jacqueline Jossa and Myles won six stars in the trial, the celebrities were rewarded with camel fillet, purple congos, karkalia and asparagus shoots for lunch with bananas for dessert.
As ever Myles was in command of the kitchen and turned it into a delicious meal, with Andrew quickly biting into a large piece of the camel meat.
But the food became lodged in his throat which caused huge panic among the camp as his face started to turn red.
As Andrew knelt down, Kate and Andy Whyment started to hit his back, and eventually the meat was dislodged and Jacqueline got him some water.
Get it out! Andrew caused panic among the campmates as his face reddened while he choked on the meat, with Kate Garraway repeatedly hitting his back to dislodge it
Out it goes! Eventually Kate dislodged the meat, but Myles lectured Andrew for eating his food without chewing it first
A relieved Myles said: ‘Chew your food, mate you scared us’ while Andrew thanked everyone for their assistance.
Kate added: ‘You went bright red, I was like ”oh my god’,” while Andy said ‘Please don’t do that again Andrew.’
Cliff Parisi offered to chew Andrew’s meat for him going forwards, which the star said ‘would be great.’
Oops! Andrew admitted that he ‘nearly killed himself,’ but thanked his campmates for their assistance
Kate said ‘I can chew your meat anytime you need,’ which caused hysterical laughter among the camp.
The Good Morning Britain presenter countered: ‘I didn’t mean it like that!’ with Myles joking: ‘I can’t believe I nearly killed Andrew Maxwell’
Andrew then joked: ‘You didn’t, I nearly killed me.’
Doesn’t he learn? However Andrew still seemed to keen to eat his foot quickly, and Cliff Parisi had to step into say: ‘Slowly, slowly, someone keep an eye on him’
The camp thanked Myles for cooking the food, with Andrew playfully saying: ‘Let that be a lesson to you kids, chew your camel.’
However Andrew still seemed to keen to eat his foot quickly, and Cliff had to step into say: ‘Slowly, slowly, someone keep an eye on him.’
But Andrew later seemed grateful for a second chance at his life, as he stretched towards the sunlight he said: ‘Not today Lord, not today, thank you for the second chance.’
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! continues on Saturday at 9:10pm on ITV.
I’m alive! Andrew later seemed grateful for a second chance at his life, as he stretched towards the sunlight he said: ‘Not today Lord, not today, thank you for the second chance’