Top Gear fans compare show to Im A Celeb as BBC hosts eat testicles

Top Gear fans have made the surprising comparison between the car show and I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

It comes as the BBC programme's hosts Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris indulged in eating parts of a reindeer and animal testicles during the latest instalment.

Viewers were left feeling queasy watching the scenes as some even said it was "worse than watching I'm A Celeb".

Paddy, 48, could barely stomach the delicacies as he held his nose and tried to block out the smell.

While Chris, 46, was just as revolted by the experience, he gave the morsels a try.

It came as the stars continued their journey around rural Iceland in their old British cars, taking stops near some incredible scenery along the way.

At one point, the duo decided to pull up for the night, and were greeted with their seemingly-enticing picnic hamper filled with Icelandic foods.

Inside the "Fortnum & Mason hamper" were ram's testicles, reindeer, buried goose and sheep's head pate.

They also found fermented shark and some other unappealing appetisers.

Completely disgusted by the "picnic" on offer, Paddy swore and stormed away from the table, declaring he was going to bed early without food instead.

Chris burst out laughing and was more than willing to give the dishes a try, as he tucked into the animal testicles.

Viewers flocked to Twitter to comment on the scenes, as one person observed: "It would appear the BBC is undertaking its very own bush tucker challenge. I enjoy sardines on toast but testicles on toast is a no from me."

"I thought I was watching Top Gear not I’m a Celeb. The ram’s testicles," another fan posted next to a vomit emoji.

Meanwhile, other viewers shared their disappointment about the instalment and claimed it "wasn't the best" in the series.

Some fans claimed the trip would have been more entertaining with Freddie Flintoff driving with Paddy instead of Chris.

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