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Saturday 20 December 2014

Flanagan: Tasks make me homesick

Helen Flanagan was chosen for her third I'm A Celebrity task
Helen Flanagan was chosen for her third I'm A Celebrity task

Helen Flanagan put on a brave face for her third challenge on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! - but confessed the tasks were making her miserable.

In the Cruelty Towers ordeal, the former Coronation Street star has to walk through a dark jungle hotel filled with creatures including snakes, a crocodile, an ostrich and spiders in a bid to win food for the camp.

The actress tells hosts Ant and Dec she is, "actually looking forward to it," before a swift change of mind sees her tell them: "I'm scared. It just makes me want to go home.

"If they're going to keep doing this to me every single day I want to go home. I just really want people to stop voting for me. I'm not happy at all. I don't want to do it."

Meanwhile, funnyman Brian Conley has admitted he is less than entertained by Nadine Dorries' antics in the jungle.

She has already upset Made In Chelsea's Hugo Taylor, who told boxer David Haye he "nearly blew his lid" at her after a row over the cooking.

Hugo said: "Nadine, she started barking at me when we were cooking.

"She was cooking what we had. She was f***ing it up in the most major way, just destroying these birds.

"She won the trial so it's fine she can cook the way she wants. She just went 'No' and snapped at me."

Brian also sounded off about the MP, who was suspended from the Conservative Party when she went on the show, saying: "Always within a group, there is the odd certain person who irritates you. It's early days but we're all aware that Nadine is an MP and if she starts getting on her soap box whilst we're eating our chickpeas we might have to kick them away from her."

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