The I’m Celebrity contestant endured snakes and snoring on her first night in the woods

Contestants in I Am A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! endured a nasty first night in the woods, where there were unexpected snakes and snoring campmates.

hey was struggling to adjust to being away from family members and had to endure the jungle food on day two of the ITV reality show.

Love Island star Olivia Attwood withdrew from the show for medical reasons, after just one day.

ITV said the 31-year-old former reality TV contestant was informed by the show’s medical team that it was not safe for her to return to camp.


Olivia Attwood has pulled out of I’m A Celebrity… (ITV/PA)

She became the first contestant to leave the show, debuting Sunday night with an average audience of 9.1 million, according to overnight ratings from ITV.

On Monday’s episode, the contestants shared their feelings after their first night at camp.

Loose Women star Charlene White told the Bush Telegraph: “I would say that the first night I slept in the woods wasn’t great.

“I’m not used to sleeping outdoors, it’s a new environment,” she said.

“I think I was so emotional, I missed the kids, it just really brought tears to my eyes and I couldn’t stop crying.”

Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner mocked Mike Tindall’s snoring in the camp.

“I thought the main thing I was going to have to find was spiders, snakes or insects… it turned out it was really Mike,” he said.

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“We have a classic case of (mimicking loud snoring).”

Leaving the main campground, real estate expert Scarlette Douglas said: “I’m a pretty morning person, I don’t think I am. Well, I’m ready to go, let’s do this. “

She was absolutely brilliant and she will be missed a lot on the showSpokesperson for ITV

Her campmate on VIP Island, the Cultural Club singer Boy George told her: “In a way, I had a great night. I meditated for about two hours.”

Douglas laughed and said, “I just heard snoring.”

Little George replied, “Sorry honey!”

Some campmates were also surprised when a snake passed through the camp in the middle of the night.

Comedian Babatunde Aleshe admitted to the Bush Telegraph: “If I had seen that snake, everyone in Australia would have heard of it.”

Announcing Attwood’s departure earlier on Monday, an ITV spokesman said: “As a precaution, Olivia needs to leave the woods for a medical check-up.

“Unfortunately, it was not safe for the medical team to advise Olivia to return to the camp as further investigation is needed.

“She’s been absolutely brilliant and she’s going to be greatly missed on the show.”

Her early departure resulted in one of the shortest scenes on the show, rivaling EastEnders actor Elaine Lordan, who in 2005 dropped out of school after two fainting spells within 24 hours of her arrival. arrive.

Her representative has been contacted for further comment.

In the premiere episode, Attwood was chosen by the public to be the Jungle VIP – A Very Isolated Person – along with radio DJ Chris Moyles, Douglas and Boy George.

Their first Bushtucker challenge saw Attwood slip his hands into small wall crevices filled with worms to remove pipe fittings and prevent water from entering the Boy George and Moyles compartments.

This pair is placed into the “torpedo tube” and is made to collect stars that fall into the container.

Celebrities won eight out of 10 stars, but Moyles admits he felt uncomfortable in the final minutes.

“Only two more minutes until the water is here…with the helmet,” he said, raising his hand to the top of his head.

“I might have panicked a bit.”

Later, Ant and Dec revealed Aleshe had been selected by the public to face the next Bushtucker Trial – titled Horrifying Heights – on Tuesday – after being selected to replace Owen Warner.

Sunday night’s premiere episode of I’m A Celebrity… on Sunday night saw 10 new celebrity faces enter the Australian jungle for the first time since 2019 after the show was filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales over the past two years due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly confirmed two more people will be arriving at camp shortly, including former health secretary Matt Hancock.

The Conservative MP for West Suffolk is expected to appear in the coming days, as those present said they would soon “roll out the welcome mat for them”.

Speaking to broadcasters at Copy27 in Egypt, Rishi Sunak repeated his criticism of the former Health Minister for participating in the program.

– I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! continues at 9pm on Tuesdays on ITV and ITV Hub. The I’m Celebrity contestant endured snakes and snoring on her first night in the woods

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