I’m A Celebrity... South Africa: Carol Vorderman sparks feud rumours as she ‘snubs’ two campmates

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I’m A Celebrity fans have spotted Carol Vorderman is not following two of her campmates on Instagram

Carol Vorderman has sparked rumours of a feud between herself and two of her I’m A Celebrity…South Africa campmates. The former Countdown star, 62, who lives in Bristol, has already admitted that former Supermodel, Janice Dickinson, 68,  wasn’t her favourite campmate when filming the pre-recorded All Stars show last year.

A number of  eagle-eyed I’m A Celebrity fans have spotted that Janice isn’t the only All Star campmate that Carol has snubbed, as she doesn’t follow the Happy Mondays singer, Shaun Ryder on social media either. There hasn’t been any  on-screen arguments between the Countdown star and the Manchester singer. But as this series was pre-recorded, there may be some pending conflict between the two stars in camp.

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Carol Vorderman arrives on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival.Carol Vorderman arrives on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival.
Carol Vorderman arrives on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival. | AFP via Getty Images

Carol and Janice are reportedly set to have an “explosive” on-screen disagreement, after it was revealed that they clashed  when discussing their views on the monarchy. In an upcoming episode of I’m A Celebrity… South Africa, Janice reveals her beliefs that the monarchy needs to go, which prompts Carol, who is a supporter, to speak out.

An insider told The Mirror: “Janice can be quite abrasive and things got very heated. She said Carol’s views were old-fashioned and dated while Carol hit back that Janice was crass and obnoxious. She and Carol are both strong women with strong opinions. It was a personality clash that was bound to explode.”

The source revealed that ex-royal butler, Paul Burrell and Corrie actress Helen Flanagan both defended Carol’s stance on the subject.Carol made a recent appearance on ITV’s Lorraine where she was quizzed about her row with Janice. Carol said: “We’ll not talk about her so much.”

Carol Vorderman clashes with Janice Dickinson on I’m A Celeb All Stars. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)Carol Vorderman clashes with Janice Dickinson on I’m A Celeb All Stars. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Carol Vorderman clashes with Janice Dickinson on I’m A Celeb All Stars. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) | Photo Credit: Getty
Shaun Ryder was the runner-up of the 2010 series. (YouTube)Shaun Ryder was the runner-up of the 2010 series. (YouTube)
Shaun Ryder was the runner-up of the 2010 series. (YouTube) | YouTube

Former supermodel Janice, 86, who initially appeared in series seven back in 2007, has been happy to interact with Ant and Dec as she remembers them. However, when she entered the All Star camp she admitted that she didn’t know her fellow celebrity campmates.

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In episode one, Janice admitted that she had no idea who Shaun and Paul are as she spoke in the bush telegraph. She said: "I am so psyched, I’ve just met two campmates and they seem to be such nice guys, I wish I knew who they were.”

Janice is reportedly set to leave screens earlier than expected, as the former supermodel is said to have suffered an injury after tripping over  cables, which resulted in her being taken to hospital and leaving the show.

In last night’s episode, the campmates weren’t given their 10 star meals, as it was revealed that there was contraband in camp. This came after Gillian took Helen to long-drop to show her that she had smuggled in packets of salt, like she previously  did in her initial stint on the show.

After this shocking revelation in camp, Paul Burrell came forward admitting that he had smuggled in some coffee, whilst Myleene Klass pulled out a black scrunchy which had seasoning hidden inside.

I’m A Celebrity...South Africa continues every night on ITV, at 9pm

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