We're just over a week into this year's series of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! and it's been a vintage year so far. One of the favourites to take the jungle crown this year is soap star Jacqueline Jossa - but producers were thrown into panic when she reportedly threatened to walk this week. View this post on Instagram Smashing it in there girl!! 🐊 ❤️ this is when she had her fitting, trying on her jungle clothes, I’d just got out of bed 😁.. it’s come around so quick, now a week in and she’s doing great in there! Really appreciate all the support you guys are giving her, literally had hundreds, possibly thousands of messages 🙌🏼 thank you ❤️ A post shared by Dan Osborne (@danosborneofficial) on Nov 24, 2019 at 3:35pm PSTAccording to The Sun, Jacqueline had a meltdown after campmate Myles Stephenson told her that he thinks husband Dan Osborne DID cheat on her. Until recently, Myles was in a relationship with Gabby Allen, the woman Dan was rumoured to have had a fling with whilst Jacqueline was pregnant in 2018. Producers chose not to broadcast the explosive scenes in which Myles made his devastating claims to Jacqueline, instead allowing the distraught star to briefly leave the jungle and make an unprecedented phone call. View this post on Instagram Looking forward to watching @jacjossa enter the jungle on @imacelebrity tonight! 🙌🏼 We will all be wearing our amazing loungesuits from @foreversewingofficial We used the create your own loungewear option to match the jungle outfits colour theme! 👌🏼 was really easy to do! Anyway, where’s that phone, we need to get voting!🙌🏼 #junglejac #imacelebrity #foreversewing #letsdothis #ad A post shared by Dan Osborne (@danosborneofficial) on Nov 17, 2019 at 11:16am PSTJacqueline wasn't allowed to speak to her husband directly but producers apparently allowed her to leave a voice message for her husband and to listen to one that he sent her in return.According to a show insider: 'She was nothing short of hysterical. Jacqueline has been fantastic to watch so producers really wanted to avoid a situation where she walked out. But equally, they were very conscious about a duty of care towards her and had to consider her mental state.'