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Fred Sirieix has spoken out on his dispute with Josie Gibson after viewers accused him of 'misogyny'.
The First Dates star, 51, became the third campmate to be voted off the show on Tuesday's episode after being embroiled in a 'sexism' row when the role of camp cook was passed on from him to Josie, 38, with viewers claiming he was 'controlling' the This Morning host when she attempted to make dinner.
While Fred had attempted to defend his in his post-show interview with Ant and Dec, he later admitted he had to clear the air with his mother, who had scolded him over his 'unacceptable' behaviour.
Speaking on Wednesday's This Morning, he admitted: 'I spoke to my mum and she said "Frederick" - she calls me that when she's upset - "what did you do with Josie? Why are you telling her what to do? "
'I got a telling off from my mum she said it's unacceptable and she didn't want me to do it again... she was mad!'
Fred Sirieix has spoken out on his dispute with Josie Gibson after viewers accused him of 'misogyny'
The First Date's star, 51, and the This Morning presenter, 38 (pictured) came to blows over the cooking and Fred has now reflected on why they locked horns in his exit interview
Fred continued: 'In all fairness, the meals Josie cooked were good.
'She could cook the meal on the day but I was concerned with how she would use and recycle the bones, vegetables and peels so we could make stock and improve the day after.'
During his exit interview on Tuesday's I'm A Celeb, he told the Geordie duo: 'She's just making it up as she goes along. So I think there's a lot at stake with the food.