Rebekah Vardy Claims I'm A Celeb Is All FAKE

While the new series has got off to an excellent start, one of the 2017 campmates may have just thrown a spanner in the works - as Rebekah Vardy has claimed in an interview that what really happens in camp is 'heavily edited', with producers telling campmates what to talk about and even filming conversations several times.

Rebekah Vardy lasted 16 days in camp when she appeared on I'm A Celeb last year - being voted out third after comedian Shappi Khorsandi and politician Kezia Dugdale.

Now, she's made some damning claims about the show in an interview with Heat magazine - in which she admits she was surprised at how much the celebrities are manipulated by producers in the show. She even claims that she was given 'a bollocking' by producers for not doing as they wanted at all times.

Check out the video above to see Rebekah's other explosive claims!

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