Ben Shephard gags as he's forced to eat 'disgusting' sheep's head on GMB... as Peter Andre leaves Kate Garraway 'flustered' when he asks her if she's joining I'm A Celeb line-up

Bacon and eggs were off the menu as Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway were served up an unconventional breakfast during Tuesday morning's edition of Good Morning Britain. 

The pair were confronted with the rather less appetizing prospect of sheep's head, an unwanted gift brought into the studio by Andi Peters following his recent trip to Outer Mongolia - where it is considered a delicacy. 

The dish had originally been offered to a studio runner, but after the work experience student sensibly revealed that he is a vegetarian, it swiftly found its way to Ben and Kate's desk. 

Dodgy: Bacon and eggs were off the menu as Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway were served up an unconventional breakfast during Tuesday morning's edition of Good Morning Britain
Dodgy: Bacon and eggs were off the menu as Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway were served up an unconventional breakfast during Tuesday morning's edition of Good Morning Britain

Dodgy: Bacon and eggs were off the menu as Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway were served up an unconventional breakfast during Tuesday morning's edition of Good Morning Britain

Fortunately the stodgy meat was sandwiched inside a croissant to make it more edible, but neither could contain their disgust as they gingerly gave it a try.

With Kate widely rumoured to be appearing on the next series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! - a show renowned for its notorious Bush Tucker eating trial - Ben insisted she might need some early practice before entering the jungle.   

'There is one person that needs to start getting used to this sort of thing,' he said, directing the croissant towards his co-host.

Here we go: The pair were confronted with the rather less appetizing prospect of sheep's head, an unwanted gift brought into the studio by Andi Peters following his recent trip to Outer Mongolia

Here we go: The pair were confronted with the rather less appetizing prospect of sheep's head, an unwanted gift brought into the studio by Andi Peters following his recent trip to Outer Mongolia

Breakfast treat: Fortunately the stodgy meat was sandwiched inside a croissant to make it more edible, but neither could contain their disgust as they gingerly gave it a try

Breakfast treat: Fortunately the stodgy meat was sandwiched inside a croissant to make it more edible, but neither could contain their disgust as they gingerly gave it a try

But with cheers ringing out from the studio floor, it was Ben was took the first bite - and immediately admitted he wished he hadn't.

Having touched on Kate's potential appearance in the Australian jungle, it was Peter Andre who went one step further by offering her some much needed advice ahead of her rumoured participation. 

The singer, stepping in for resident showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold, famously found love in the jungle with Katie Price after appearing on the show in 2004. 

You go first: With Kate widely rumoured to be appearing on the next series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here,  Ben insisted she might need some early practice before entering the jungle

You go first: With Kate widely rumoured to be appearing on the next series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here,  Ben insisted she might need some early practice before entering the jungle 

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Dubious dish: But with cheers ringing out from the studio floor, it was Ben was took the first bite - and immediately admitted he wished he hadn't
Dubious dish: But with cheers ringing out from the studio floor, it was Ben was took the first bite - and immediately admitted he wished he hadn't

Dubious dish: But with cheers ringing out from the studio floor, it was Ben was took the first bite - and immediately admitted he wished he hadn't

That tastes offal: The dish is a delicacy in some countries, but is largely off the menu in most British restaurants

That tastes offal: The dish is a delicacy in some countries, but is largely off the menu in most British restaurants 

And he admitted he was happy to give her a pep talk, if needed. 

'Listen, let me really talk you through if you decide to do it, or if you are already doing this... are you starring?' he asked Kate, whose involvement in the next series is yet to be confirmed.  

'I'm a journalist, I am paid to ask questions,' she blundered, prompting Peter to add: 'That's something she can tell me in the commercial break.' 

Happy to help: Having touched on Kate's potential appearance in the Australian jungle, it was Peter Andre who went one step further by offering her some much needed advice ahead of her rumoured participation

Happy to help: Having touched on Kate's potential appearance in the Australian jungle, it was Peter Andre who went one step further by offering her some much needed advice ahead of her rumoured participation

Important questions: 'Listen, let me really talk you through if you decide to do it, or if you are already doing this... are you starring?' he asked Kate, whose involvement in the next series is yet to be confirmed
Important questions: 'Listen, let me really talk you through if you decide to do it, or if you are already doing this... are you starring?' he asked Kate, whose involvement in the next series is yet to be confirmed

Important questions: 'Listen, let me really talk you through if you decide to do it, or if you are already doing this... are you starring?' he asked Kate, whose involvement in the next series is yet to be confirmed

Banter: 'I'm a journalist, I am paid to ask questions,' she blundered, prompting Peter to add, 'That's something she can tell me in the commercial break'

Banter: 'I'm a journalist, I am paid to ask questions,' she blundered, prompting Peter to add, 'That's something she can tell me in the commercial break'

Seemingly unsure how to respond to his quip, she joked: 'Look at me, I am getting flustered again.' 

The Good Morning Britain presenter has reportedly booked time off work in order to take part in the series when it returns next month, according to The Sun. 

It comes 12 months after Kate was said to have pulled out of the show because of her hectic schedule - despite sources claiming she was offered £150,000 to take part.

Jungle bound? The Good Morning Britain presenter has reportedly booked time off work in order to take part in the series when it returns next month

Jungle bound? The Good Morning Britain presenter has reportedly booked time off work in order to take part in the series when it returns next month 

The mother-of-two has previously teased that her children Darcey, 13, and William, ten, are desperate to see her on the popular ITV programme.

In March she said: 'I think it’s completely terrifying but it’s also a brilliant show to watch, so I don’t know.  My kids would love me to do it, I don’t know what that says.'

MailOnline has contacted Kate's representatives and ITV for comment, with a representative saying: 'It’s just speculation. We’ll announce our line up for the new series nearer transmission.'

 

  

 

Good Morning Britain's Ben Shephard can't conceal his disgust as he tries sheep's head

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