ITV Im A Celebritys Nella Rose issues brutal response as shes kicked out of the jungle
Nella Rose has been the latest star booted from the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle.
The 26 year old internet sensation stirred up some drama during her time in the Australian jungle, but despite this, was well-liked by her fellow contestants and even became the camp leader.
On Monday night's episode (December 4), hosts Ant and Dec announced that Nella had received the fewest votes from viewers and would be leaving the camp.
Upon hearing the news, a surprised Nella responded: "Ohhhh! Oh my god, oh my god thank you guys so much" as she embraced her campmates.
Tony Bellew told her: "You are a winner, you've done amazing." Nella then made her way to meet Ant and Dec for her exit interview.
During her chat with the presenters, they discussed her memorable clashes with Fred Sirieix and Nigel Farage.
Reacting to the footage, Nella exclaimed: "Oh my God, you used everything. I am not usually put in situations where people don't have opinions in the same walk of life.
"So when they have different mindsets, and I hear them, I'm shocked because I'm not used to hearing people think like this.
"So automatically, you have to say something about it because what they've said to me it's kind of shocking sometimes. But it is what it is."
Nella's exit came just 24 hours after viewers had seen her do her eighth Bushtucker Trial Fright At The Museum which was a huge success.
After winning her nine stars she ended her jungle journey on a high and she said: "Normally when I get scared, I tend to run away. This time. I stuck through with it. I'm super proud of myself."
Although fans appeared to warm up to Nella much later on in the series, her clash with Fred clearly left a bad taste in viewers' mouths, which may have cost her in the long run.
The row seemed to start from a fairly innocuous comment by Fred about his age, as he quipped that he was old enough to be her dad, but Nella was offended by this as they had previously discussed her parents had died.
Nella told him: "You know that my mum's dead, and you know that my dad's dead. You know that, right? I've come to find out that every time I wanna get creative around the fire, or I want to have something my way, my own food that I am entitled to, my way, you tend to get an attitude, right?"
"To me, I don't care how you said it to me, it's disrespectful and I don't want to talk to you. I don't want to be around you."
And this wasn't Nella's only clash in camp, as she also had several disagreements with Nigel Farage about immigration and cultural appropriation.
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