The men of the CBB house take on a hilarious task tonight

Let's see how they get on!

The men who’ve entered CBB this weekend probably thought they’d landed a pretty unfair job when they were designated house cleaners and cooks.

But that was nothing compared to what they’ll go through tonight!

In a bid to help men understand a bit about what it’s like to be a woman, the devilish producers at Celebrity Big Brother have come up with a genius task.

And like all the best tasks on reality TV, it involves lots of gurning and making silly faces due to the exertion.

Remember your breathing exercises, John (Credit: Channel 5)

So what’s got the blokes in the house grimacing and gripping the bedframes?

They’re simulating the labour pains associated with childbirth, of course!

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Ex-footballer John Barnes, 54, says before the task starts that: “It’s worth it when you see what the end result is.”

Maggie fires back: “But you’re not going to get an end result though, John!”

Several of the male housemates – including Daniel “Dapper Laughs” O’Reilly – are then subjected to the electric shockwaves sent through their abdomens, leaving them writhing in pain.

Ashley and Jess seem to enjoy proceedings (Credit: Channel 5)

All the while, they’re being watched by some of their female housemates – who try and suppress their smiles!

However, it’s not all fun and games. Former politician Ann Widdecombe appears to believe the task is a bad idea.

She says: “I strongly disapprove of what is about to happen.”

It looks painful! (Credit: Channel 5)

After suffering through his dose of the treatment, Apprentice star Andrew Brady moans: “Why would anyone do this twice, or three times?!”

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Good question Andrew! For the answer to the question, and of course the opportunity to see Love Island’s Jonny in an extremely uncomfortable position, Celebrity Big Brother is on Channel 5 at 9pm.