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Jacqueline Jossa broke down in tears and admitted that she felt 'p***** off' over the growing tension in camp during Saturday's episode of I'm A Celebrity.

The camp had to decide who would complete the Under Critter Construction trial but the discussion descended into chaos just minutes into the debate.

The former EastEnders star, 26, was later lying in her hammock upset and James Haskell walked over and asked if he'd upset her due to his input in the chat.

Struggling: Jacqueline Jossa broke down in tears and admitted that she felt 'p***** off' over the growing tension in camp during Saturday's episode of I'm A Celebrity

Struggling: Jacqueline Jossa broke down in tears and admitted that she felt 'p***** off' over the growing tension in camp during Saturday's episode of I'm A Celebrity

A tearful Jacqueline said: 'It's just stressful when we try and choose stuff and everyone gets so tense, I can't cope because it p***** me off.'

James said: 'I know, I'm going to take a back seat and let people decide it all.'

Jacqueline said: 'It makes me feel like I don't want to put my name forward because I'm scared of everything.'

James said 'If your name came out and you wanted to do it, you'd do it, if you didn't, you didn't.'

Tense: The camp had to decide who would complete the Under Critter Construction trial but the discussion descended into chaos just minutes into the debate

Tense: The camp had to decide who would complete the Under Critter Construction trial but the discussion descended into chaos just minutes into the debate

Tearful: The former EastEnders star, 26, was later lying in her hammock upset and James Haskell walked over and asked if he'd upset her due to his input in the chat

Tearful: The former EastEnders star, 26, was later lying in her hammock upset and James Haskell walked over and asked if he'd upset her due to his input in the chat

Talking in the Bush Telegraph, Jacqueline said 'It always gets so tense when making a decision, it's fine, tomorrow's another day.' 

The spat began when Ian read the laminate which announced it would be up to them to decide which two campmates took part in the day's bushtucker trial.

Cliff stood up and addressed everyone: 'I would like to do this challenge because anything to do with construction I'm really good at, so bring it on!'

James said the names should still be drawn out of a hat but Kate said: 'Cliff wants to do it.'

Voice of reason: James said the names should still be drawn out of a hat but Kate said: 'Cliff wants to do it.'

Voice of reason: James said the names should still be drawn out of a hat but Kate said: 'Cliff wants to do it.'

James came back: 'We are all really clear that Cliff's doing it but it's about showcasing yourself or whatever, is for us to do that'

James came back: 'We are all really clear that Cliff's doing it but it's about showcasing yourself or whatever, is for us to do that'

James came back: 'We are all really clear that Cliff's doing it but it's about showcasing yourself or whatever, is for us to do that.'

Cliff answered: 'I'm quite happy to be in all week and do a trial.' James interrupted: 'Yeah we can all do that – that's the point, it's for us to make sure that everyone gets a fair shot to do it.'

In the Bush Telegraph Cliff said: 'It all got a bit confusing because James goes bleaurgh bleaugh bleaugh and no-one knows what the hell is going on so we just go oh alright then.'

In the Bush Telegraph Cliff said: 'It all got a bit confusing because James goes bleaurgh bleaugh bleaugh and no-one knows what the hell is going on so we just go oh alright then'

In the Bush Telegraph Cliff said: 'It all got a bit confusing because James goes bleaurgh bleaugh bleaugh and no-one knows what the hell is going on so we just go oh alright then'

Trying to clarify the situation Kate said Cliff is definitely going in and they were drawing to go with him. 

Nadine said she wouldn't put herself forward, and added: 'There are people better equipped to do it.' 

Jacqueline agreed that is wasn't her forte either. 'I just can't deal with the drama.'

James said: 'I don't think you need a PhD in construction to be able to do it, if they said Spider Highway, you wouldn't need to know about cars to do it'

James said: 'I don't think you need a PhD in construction to be able to do it, if they said Spider Highway, you wouldn't need to know about cars to do it'

James said: 'I don't think you need a PhD in construction to be able to do it, if they said Spider Highway, you wouldn't need to know about cars to do it.'

In the BT James explained: 'Ordinarily I would completely agree you need to find the best person for a job but there are a lot of people there who have self-doubt so the fairest way was to draw it out the hat.'

Back in camp Ian sitting next to James said: 'I think we are getting the pattern of certain people now that we are getting down to this bit of it. We'll see how friendships end up now as a team.'

Jacqueline in the BT said: 'People are saying oh we'll see how it all changes now but for me they are the one changing. I just want it to all stay nice, happy families.'

Challenge time! Elsewhere, Cliff and Myles joined Ant and Dec in the Trials area

Challenge time! Elsewhere, Cliff and Myles joined Ant and Dec in the Trials area

The campmates put their named water bottle covers in a bag and Cliff drew Myles' out first. 

'It's me and you mate,' said Cliff but Myles didn't look happy. 

He explained in the Bush Telegraph: 'It's weird people are getting a bit possessive over it and you don't need it before going for a trial, they are bickering amongst each other and I'm like come on, we're grown adults.'

Scary: Dec explained that the Trial was called Under Critter Construction and they'd both become construction workers in two tunnels and would have to try and win 11 stars for camp

Scary: Dec explained that the Trial was called Under Critter Construction and they'd both become construction workers in two tunnels and would have to try and win 11 stars for camp

Bite of the action! Cliff told Ant and Dec he was ready for action and ready for anything and added he wanted to do a Trial as he'd not done one the past few days

Bite of the action! Cliff told Ant and Dec he was ready for action and ready for anything and added he wanted to do a Trial as he'd not done one the past few days

Under pressure: Dec added that the trial is all about communication so they'd be getting walkie talkies and Myles must request specific tools to unlock stars

Under pressure: Dec added that the trial is all about communication so they'd be getting walkie talkies and Myles must request specific tools to unlock stars 

Andrew asked James if he was OK, 'you seem really edgy man,' he said. 'It's just that unnecessary debate when people don't listen. I don't have to listen to people's incessant stupidity going round, I can't abide over talkers and dawdlers,' said James.

'James hates what he sees as faffing but other people call it debate, having a little discussion about it,' said Andrew.

Elsewhere, Cliff and Myles joined Ant and Dec in the Trials area. Cliff told Ant and Dec he was ready for action and ready for anything and added he wanted to do a Trial as he'd not done one the past few days. 

Rules and regs: Ant told them they could only send one tool across the pulley system at a time

Rules and regs: Ant told them they could only send one tool across the pulley system at a time

It's on! Cliff felt confident as he and Myles got changed into construction worker outfits and got into their tunnels, the klaxon sounded and the trial began

It's on! Cliff felt confident as he and Myles got changed into construction worker outfits and got into their tunnels, the klaxon sounded and the trial began

Dec explained that the Trial was called Under Critter Construction and they'd both become construction workers in two tunnels and would have to try and win 11 stars for camp.

Dec added that the trial is all about communication so they'd be getting walkie talkies and Myles must request specific tools to unlock stars in his tunnels whilst Cliff must find the tools in his tunnels and pass them to Myles via a pulley system.

Ant told them they could only send one tool across the pulley system at a time.

Cliff felt confident as he and Myles got changed into construction worker outfits and got into their tunnels, the klaxon sounded and the trial began.

Working it out: Once Cliff found what he thought was the correct key he passed it over via the pulley system to Myles

Working it out: Once Cliff found what he thought was the correct key he passed it over via the pulley system to Myles

Wrong one! Myles said it was the wrong key so Cliff found another key and sent it across which this time was the correct one

Wrong one! Myles said it was the wrong key so Cliff found another key and sent it across which this time was the correct one

Myles had lizards in his first tunnel and told Cliff he needed an Allen key to unlock the first star. Cliff tried to find an Allen key in his first tunnel which was full of Jungle critters. 

Once Cliff found what he thought was the correct key he passed it over via the pulley system to Myles. Myles said it was the wrong key so Cliff found another key and sent it across which this time was the correct one.

Myles then needed a screwdriver, Cliff sent this across in the pulley system but it stopped halfway between him and Myles much to Ant and Dec's amusement.

They moved into the next tunnel with more Jungle critters as different keys went back and forth to unlock more stars. Dec announced at the halfway mark they'd got 4 stars so far.

Hapless! Ant and Dec started to sing the Laurel and Hardy theme tune as Cliff and Myles walked towards them, Cliff laughed. Ant commented: 'I've never seen two more hapless builders

Hapless! Ant and Dec started to sing the Laurel and Hardy theme tune as Cliff and Myles walked towards them, Cliff laughed. Ant commented: 'I've never seen two more hapless builders

Cliff said: 'If I'd have been a bit smaller and more agile….' Cliff looked at Dec and said if he'd been Dec he'd have been in and out of those tunnels no problem

Cliff said: 'If I'd have been a bit smaller and more

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