Im A Celebs Toff acting childish as she returns to jungle, expert claims

Georgia Toffolo has acted in a "childish" way, according to a body language expert.

The former Made In Chelsea star is currently competing in the special All-Stars edition of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in South Africa.

But as the camp received the news from Ant McPartlin, 47, and Declan Donnelly, 47, that once celebrity will be voted to leave camp by the rest of the stars, one body language expert thinks Toff might have handled the news as well.

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Expert Adrianne Carter teamed up with Heart Bingo to give her analysis on the latest series where she claimed: "Towards the end when the camp gets the news about one celebrity being voted out by the rest of them, we see Toff show her other side, which is the childish tone she goes into saying, 'I don’t like this'."

However the personality also revealed that Toff is stronger than she looks, and she could be the one to be crowned as the first ever Jungle Legend due to her 'determination'.

She explained: "Do not be misled, she’s a determined young woman."

"Toff showed us the grit and determination of her character and I’d like to say a bit pushy! When Helen was leaving the camp to do the trial, Toff gets close to Helen and says, “sorry to be savage, but you have to.” – this shows her forceful character and could be taken as a veiled threat.

"As for camp dynamics, Toff and Fatima might cause the most controversy now that Gillian and Shaun have gone. Toff [is] determined to win and will take no prisoners."

This comes after the Queen Of The Jungle apologised to Helen Flannagan for being “savage” as she advised her to “do better” in the latest Bushtucker trial.

During Monday’s visit (May 1) to the ITV camp, three campmates will be tasked with tackling the highest ever trial in the history of the show.

This week, the contestants are tasked with climbing a crane-like structure 1,100 metres in the air in a bid to win stars for the camp.

It was up to Carol Vorderman to inform the camp of the latest Bush Bulletin, which read: “Celebrities, it is now time for three of you to take part in today’s trial, World’s End.

While many campers were ready to dish out messages of confidence as they passed on their well wishes, the Made In Chelsea star was determined the contestants would bring home stars for camp.

The 28-year-old informed the mum-of-three: “You’ve got to do better this time. Sorry to be savage, but you have to.”


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