I’m a Celebrity ‘s James Haskell slammed his campmates today as he believed they were not being honest.
As some of the celebs are immune to being voted off from the camp, and others are aiming to win immunity, they all discussed how much they were bothered about going home.
Speaking to the other campmates, James said: “So we’ve basically got to get un-cursed and you’ve got to stay un-cursed, we’ll meet in the middle and find out what’s going on.”
Corrie actor Andy Whyment replied: “It all depends on how much you want to be immune.”
Footballer Ian Wright added: “I’m not bothered, if I got voted I’d be happy with the time I’ve had in here.
“It’s getting tougher each day and I’ve just had a couple of days where it’s been hard.”
Talking in the Bush Telegraph, James, who has immunity, said: “The importance of immunity cannot be underestimated.
“I’d like to stay a bit longer, nobody wants to be out first.
“You get people in here pretending they don’t care…but they do.”
Radio presenter Roman Kemp admitted to James he was nervous because he wanted immunity.
Caitlyn Jenner noticed the tension in the camp, and spoke about it in the Bush Telegraph.
She said: “Right now it seems the entire camp are fighting against each other.
“I don’t know…they give us a task and we just have to do our best job and let the chips fall where they may.”
The celebs who do not win immunity will be up for the public vote to leave the jungle tonight.
* I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! airs on ITV at 9pm