I'm A Celebrity 2018: John Barrowman makes his return to camp after foot injury

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John Barrowman made his return to the I'm A Celebrity 2018 camp tonight after a foot injury.

It was a dramatic day in the Australian outback yesterday after John was taken to hospital over a serious injury.


He fell over just outside of camp and had a suspected broken ankle.

The actor spent the night away from camp getting medical treatment and fortunately was diagnosed with only a bad sprain.

In this evening's episode, Fleur was doing a fashion catwalk as Nick said “rocking my new line in shirts for the ladies”. She then asked Nick to do a catwalk and he obliged. Harry commented: “Nick modelling very high fashion gear in Milan, no, more the jungle type gear, I can see him doing that.”

Anne then spotted John walking down to camp wearing an orthopaedic boot.

“I feel like Hopalong Cassidy,” he joked. They all hugged him. “I went to the hospital, it’s a bad sprain the whole side of my left ankle is swollen. There are things I can’t do, I can’t go down stairs but they’ve told me to walk on it as much as I can because the more I can walk on it the better it will get.

“I was hoping that my (wallaby) shank is safe from last night although I did say I bet the b******s have eaten it!”


In the Bush Telegraph John said: “I am back, I am glad to be back, I did not want to go, I would never have used this as an excuse or an option to leave because I would never give up on something like this.”

John then showed off his gnarly jungle cane. “My own custom made cane, it’s beautiful, I love smelling wood!” John was surprised to learn that Malique had been voted off.

John wasn't part of last night's vote off which saw Malique Thompson-Dwyer and Sair Khan that "it might be" them.

Unfortunately for Malique, hosts Holly and Dec then revealed he'd be the second celebrity to leave the jungle.


I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues every night at 9.00pm on ITV.

Spin-off Extra Camp airs immediately after the main show on ITV2.

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