I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! fans have been getting to know the star-studded camp but with hunger setting in, it seems tensions are rising as well. On this evening’s episode, Jacqueline Jossa found herself called out by Andrew Maxwell.
Tonight, two new campmates entered the jungle, as Andrew Whyment and Cliff Parisi had to take on a Bushtucker Trial to earn their way in to camp.
But before they were allowed in to the Main Camp, Andrew and Cliff were told they would have to spend a night in the Jungle Jailhouse because they entered the show late.
Kate Garraway read out the news that they were going to be locked up in the outback, explaining: “Outlaws caught wanted for their crime of late entry. The two new campmates Andy and Cliff have been sent to Jungle Jailhouse on basic rations.
“Before entering the Jailhouse, they took part in today’s Bushtucker Trial - The Frontier of Fear - and they won eight stars for camp.”
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I’m A Celebrity 2019: Jacqueline Jossa slammed by Andrew Maxwell as she refuses task (Image: ITV)
I’m A Celebrity 2019: Andrew Maxwell criticised Jacqueline Jossa for not taking part in the task (Image: ITV)
Kate continued: “So you now have the opportunity to be good, bad or downright ugly. So we can keep all the food ourselves, or we can choose to feed the outlaws with our share of food, however, if we choose to feed them we will have to send two campmates to join them as outlaws in the Jailhouse.”
Andrew and James Haskell both offered to go before Kate and Ian Wright put themselves forward too.
Arsenal legend Ian suggested they draw straws, but due to limitations, picked