Jessica Out from the Jungle

Jessica Out from the Jungle

Last night, Jessica-Jane Clement was eliminated from the show ‘I'm A Celebrity’. On being asked as what she would like to do after leaving the show, she said that her first priority would be chocolate brownies and then her fiancé Lee Stafford.

In the past many episodes, she has been doing really well in mingling with the rodents and snakes. Throughout her stay in the jungle, she has showed greater amount of courage while encountering spiders and rats.

But it seems like her elimination was destined. While leaving the jungle, she confessed that in all the episodes, she has missed her mum and in many episodes, she was terribly terrified. She acknowledged her friendship with her fellow contestant Freddie Starr.

She said that Freddie Starr helped her calm down in the times of anxiety. During her stay in the jungle, she came close to Willie. She was reported of saying, “I love Willie. You can say anything to him, even if he hasn't got a clue what you're talking about, he'll still listen and join in. He made me feel so comfortable in camp”.

Jessica-Jane Clement gained reputation as a successful model. Her entry in the show was planned. She was brought in the show to ignite romance among the contestants. However, later on the producers were disappointed to know that she was engaged.

But before she left the show, she did spark romance among model Emily Scott and TOWIE star Mark Wright. She said that Emily thinks Mark is hot. Jessica was looking excited to meet her fiancé. While leaving, she shouted, “Lee I’m coming”. Although the contestants were shocked to see her leave, Jessica was overjoyed. After joining the show, she thought that she would be the first one to leave the show. However, her stay was made comfortable by her fellow contestant Willie.


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