Westlife's Kian Egan has been crowned King of the Jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of here.
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I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! star Joey Essex has been learning a lot in the jungle and was stunned to learn that stick insects - look like sticks.
The reality TV star could not believe his eyes and thought the insect was a spider when he first spotted one during a jungle challenge.
Essex, who has previously stunned viewers by saying that he does not know how to blow his nose or read the time, came face to face with the stick insects during the Dingo Dollar Challenge.
"I've never seen one of those in my life, it actually looks like a stick, it's a ringer if you compared it to some sticks, you'd never tell the difference," Essex told Olympic star Rebecca Adlington.
"It is a stick with legs that moves and now I've seen two of them it's like stick insect city here."
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An attempted strike organised by campmates in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has been reportedly undermined by one of the contestants.
Westlife's Kian Egan was labelled a "scab" by talk show host Matthew Wright after breaking Wright's proposed protest of silence.
"If we all take our mikes off, we'll soon find the canopy will come down pretty quick," Wright had betted, before rallying his troops: "Are you with me fellows, revolution aye?"
But the plan was scuppered when Emmerdale star Lucy Pargeter came back into the camp after her Bushtucker Trial and Egan persisted in asking her about it.
The Westlife star told Wright: "You are the only person who wants to do it! Lucy has just come back from the trial - we should listen to her speak! Let her talk about it. Your attitude is unnecessary."
I'm A Celebrity... star Matthew Wright donned a white bikini to recreate former contestant Myleene Klass' famous shower scene in the Jungle.
The talkshow host told fellow contestant Joey Essex: "The papers always want to know who's going to do the Myleene white bikini moment and maybe wondering if it's going to be Amy or Lucy, but I can let you into a little secret, Joey, that this year's white bikini moment is coming from a fella".
He then stripped off to reveal he was wearing a white Myleene-style bikini, saying: "I soaped up and did my very best to recreate those magic Myleene moments. At one point the bloody things (bikini bottoms) came undone".
He added: "I think it's good sometimes to turn these things on their head. It shouldn't just be every year people waiting to see the girl with the big knockers, prancing around, because ultimately that is sexist and so I'm standing up to strike a blow to even the pitch."
Olympic gold-medallist Rebecca Adlington has tearfully revealed her body insecurity fears on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
Here a selection of ITV News viewers opinions on the subject:
It's very sad Becky feels this way - she is a gold medallist and world champion and an inspiration to millions, but as [with] most girls I know, seems to be trapped in a preconceived idea of what is pretty.
It's sad that Rebecca feels insecure because of her looks and I agree that the media has a big part to play in the way women and men portray themselves, but I don't think Amy should have been made to feel that she is in the wrong for being pretty and using her strongest qualities (her looks) to make a career.
Attractive women shouldn't be made to feel bad because of others insecurities. I'm sorry!! That's my opinion.
Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington's sister has thanked her Twitter followers for all their "support and kind words" after she broke down in tears on I'm A Celebrity over her body insecurities.
She wrote on Adlington's Twitter account:
Body image expert Natasha Devon said Rebecca Adlington's tears over her body insecurities and Twitter abuse shows that society is "still judging people by how they look first and foremost".
Ms Devon told Daybreak: "When we hosted the 2012 Olympics and people started talking about our bodies being there to achieve first and foremost instead of look a certain way, I really thought as a society that might have been a turning point.
"But what has happened with Rebecca Adlington and the appalling way she has been trolled online shows that actually we are still judging people by how they look first and foremost.
"Rebecca Adlington is a medal-winning athlete, she has an amazing body that is capable of incredible things - that shouldn't be diminished because she's in there with somebody whose body does something different".