I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! hosts Ant and Dec claim it wouldn't be a "BushTucker Trial" if they grew breasts – as they would play with them all day.
The cheeky Geordies were asked how they would cope if they switched gender for the day and what would be the first thing they would do.
Ant giggled: "I'd play with my boobs. And then probably week three leave the house.
"It would take a lot of fiddling. It would definitely be boob-related."
Dec adds: "It's gotta be, hasn't it? You are gonna have to have a little feel. Just to see what they are like.
"Yeah, it would all be boob-related."
Dec then joked in a new interview that they could even hang tassels on their breasts and learn to twirl them around like strippers.
Ant sniggered: "Yeah why not? We can master that!"
Even though this year's I'm A Celebrity is being filmed in Wales and not Australia, the TV duo still have a hectic schedule and late nights even without the usual 10 hour time difference.
The presenters make their way to Gwrych Castle in Abergele at around 5pm in order to prepare scripts and watch clips of action in the camp before the ITV show goes live at 9pm.
At 8pm, they record their opening lines for the show and go through a rehearsal for one last time.
However even though the programme ends at around 10pm, they have to wait to film the trials at night and rarely finish before 1am.
It is said that Gwrych Castle, where the show is being filmed, is haunted by several figures leaving crew members terrified of working there.
The picturesque castle, set in rural Abergele, North Wales, was originally built in the 14th century before being rebuilt around 1812 by Lloyd Hesketh Bamford-Hesketh.
Local myths claim the castle is haunted by Winifred Cochrane, Countess of Dundonald, who resided at the property between 1894 and 1924.
Legend has it that Winifred patrols her former family home at night time after her husband "destroyed" her life's memory when she died aged 64.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs daily on ITV at 9pm.
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