James Haskell admits he REFUSED to tell Chloe Madeley he loved her

Cliff decided to sing after being locked in a coffin

Cliff decided to sing after being locked in a coffin

Z's been awesome, she messages me the whole time to check up on me. They don't take it seriously at all.

The former Arsenal and England striker, 56, complained after he was again nominated for a Bushtucker trial which involved travelling through three infested floors of a bunker.

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly joked that seeing Wright in the trials area was becoming a habit, and the camper explained: "Shearer man".

Ex-rugby union player Haskell was also accused of bullying when he branded the rest of the celebrities "a circus of stupidity" because they wanted to debate the answer to a Dingo Dollar question rather than making a snap decision.

"I feel like I'm stronger than I realise, and I feel like there are so many things I can do - it's just the way that you view things".

"He gets frustrated so when he's feeling down I try and pick him up because when he's happy the whole camp gets lifted".

Despite all this, however, Adele Roberts appeared to be taking the situation in stride and added that she was at least "first at something". "Despite his "hangry" moments, I actually think he's doing a fantastic job and I'm really proud".

And Andrew Maxwell turned the second celeb to be eradicated from the jungle after shedding out within the viewer vote.

Speaking after his exit, Andrew said, "It was really hard core, but also just unbelievable experiences".

Cliff jumped up and put himself forward, saying: "I would like to do this challenge because anything to do with construction I'm really good at, so bring it on!"

"Our emotions were in sync so when he was sad I was also sad and that's what happened".

But afterwards Ian admitted: 'I'm disappointed as I'd set myself a target of eight stars'.