I'm A Celebrity's current jungle prime minister Jamie Lomas has clashed with Rebekah Vardy.
The pair rowed in camp in an argument over sexism.
Earlier this week, viewers got the chance to vote for a brand new prime minister and deputy. Previous Prime Minister Stanley Johnson and his deputy Toff were not able to be voted for.
Following a free app on the vote, the results were revealed in Wednesday night's show.
In camp, the celebs were told the British public had voted a new Jungle Prime Minister, Jamie and a Deputy, Jennie.
Like all past prime ministers and deputies, they got to live in the luxury living quarters and dished out the chores.
Jamie and Jennie named Chefs as Kez and Shappi.
Cleaners: Vanessa and Becky.
Washing up is down to Dennis and Amir
Maintenance is the responsibility of Stanley, Toff and Iain.
But Becky wasn't happy about being made a cleaner, even less so after Jamie explained his reasons.
"I've just said I didn't want the boys to clean the s**t up," he said.
Becky reacted: "So it's all right for girls to do it then?
"Slightly sexist, Jamie."
"No I didn't mean it like that," insisted Jamie.
He explained in the bush telegraph: "I nearly put Dennis and Amir on toilet duty but they're my mates aren't they? I couldn't do that, so I put the girls on it instead."
The celebrities currently in the Jungle for the new series this year are Made In Chelsea's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo; and Chelsea and England footballer Dennis Wise.
Joining them are Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas; The Saturdays singer Vanessa White; and Boxer Amir Khan.
Also confirmed are Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine; Football Wag Rebekah Vardy; Comedian Shappi Khorsandi; and Ex MP and father of Boris Johnson, Stanley Johnson.
And after a few days, joining camp were former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale and Radio host Iain Lee.
I'm A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV with hosts Ant and Dec.
The series will conclude next Sunday night, December 10.