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I’m A Celebrity 2019: Jacqueline Jossa favourite to face fourth public voted Bushtucker Trial

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The camp shared its first widespread disagreement on Thursday night’s episode as Jacqueline Jossa and Nadine Coyle controversially opted out of entering ‘Jungle Jail’ alongside newbies Andrew Whyment and Cliff Parisi.

Whyment and Parisi had earlier won eight stars in their debut Bushtucker Trial together, leading the Main Camp to be faced with a choice: keep all eight meals for themselves, or share them with the new ‘outlaws’ but also send two camp-mates over with them to stay.

A few volunteered, but eventually it was agreed that straws would be drawn to decide who would temporarily move homes.

However, Jossa and Coyle made it clear they did not want to be included, visibly irritating Andrew Maxwell, who voiced, “I don’t think it’s fair to count yourself out. It’s an ordeal that has to be shared.”

Eventually, after further disagreements and indecision, it was Maxwell’s and Kate Garroway’s names last out of the bag and consequently they were banished to jail as outlaws.

They received a friendly welcome from Whyment and Parisi, singing jail songs before Maxwell demonstrated his undiscovered cooking skills to successfully feed the foursome.

What was the fuss all about again?

Perhaps in revenge for counting herself out of the jailhouse, the viewers voted Jossa to face tonight’s broadcast Bushtucker Trial, which will heavily involve snakes.

She won’t be alone, however, as she will be forced to choose a camp-mate to compete with her.

Her woes look set to continue, though, as the bookmakers have priced her as 2/1 favourite to be voted once again to face the next trial.

Caitlyn Jenner, who was back to hilarious form last night, including questioning,”What’s the deal with all these f***ing soap people?” in front of Eastenders star Jossa, is joint-second favourite with Garroway at 7/2.

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