I’m A Celeb: Fatima fumes about campmates breaking contraband rules
The late arrivals to I’m A Celebrity: All Stars! have only just entered the camp but it looks like there’s going to be a cast shake-up already.
In what is being described as an I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! first, two stars are facing marching orders after the camp was hit by a row over contraband items.
Generally, departures start from the second week with the celebrities getting the chance to initially bed in and get to know their fellow campmates.
The shocking move was announced by ITV host Ant McPartlin, who told the stars: “Big news because it’s time for the very first survival trial. The losing pair will be leaving camp forever.”
While Declan Donnelley added: “The stakes couldn’t be higher on this one. Because the losing pair will head home for good.”
Sadly, the news came just as Coronation Street Kirk Sutherland actor Andrew Whyment had arrived with the soap star not even getting the chance to spend a whole day in the camp.
The latest I’m A Celebrity revelation came as three celebrities got a slap on the wrist for bringing in items banned from the camp.
TV Nutritionist Gillian McKeith had hidden items including salt, mints and almonds tucked into her bra.
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Prince Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell had taken in coffee, while musician and radio host Myleene Klass had snuck in salt in a secret pouch in her scrunchie.
All three of the stars were forced to hand over the items with the rest of the camp startled by their behaviour.
Former athlete Fatima Whitbread was left incensed and expressed her anger: “You have brought shame to you.
“I don’t agree with letting people off the hook. Rules are the rules. It’s the principle.”
She continued: “They’ve been broken and it shouldn’t go unpunished. Whether we like it or not, we’re all in it together. It shouldn’t go unpunished.
“It’s not about the individuals. It’s about the rules being broken, because I’m a principled person. I want to be true to myself.”
She added how everyone in the camp knew the rules and if a person broke them then they had to “pay the consequences”.
Amid the discord, the exit of two campmates is again going to shake up the dynamic.
I’m A Celebrity: All Stars! continues on ITV1 and ITVX tonight at 9pm
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