The British MP, suspended by the Conservative Party after jetting off to the jungle for the reality show, is not the only one offended by Taylor's tales of the high life.
Darts player Eric Bristow was stunned when Taylor described a trip to Loch Ness with some friends and a hired chef who cooked their meals.
He said: "It was the way it rolled off his tongue: 'No, we had a chef'. He's in another world, isn't he. Brilliant."
Bristow later relayed the conversation to Dorries, saying: "I didn't say nothing to him because I'll only lose my rag."
Dorries got her teeth into life in the jungle by chomping on a camel's toe and an ostrich's anus in her latest stomach-churning challenge.
The politician was retching at one stage as she tried to swallow a rotten egg after viewers made her face a second bushtucker trial.
But Dorries managed to win her challenge -- and food for her camp -- by eating more nasties than rival Helen Flanagan.
Afterwards Dorries admitted: "I feel sick as a dog."