Helen Flanagan's I'm A Celebrity trial failures have made her an enemy of Hugo Taylor and Ashley Roberts.
Tonight saw Helen and Charlie Brooks take part in the latest bushtucker task, with the pair winning just three of twelve stars.
However all three were won by Charlie, with Helen bringing back no stars to camp for the fourth time in a row.
Speaking in camp after the Charlie and Helen returned, Ashley and Hugo commented on Helen’s lack of success in the Bush Tucker Trials.
Whilst sat in the hut the pair expressed their disappointment of yet another fail from the soap star.
Hugo said, “I’m very sympathetic about her not getting it (the Trial) but had the opportunity to win what 40 stars (over the last few challenges), she’s won zero. I could see some people were furious. I could see Eric was furious. I could see it in his face to lose three meals on a technicality or just not listening is one thing everyone can do is listen.”
Ashley, disappointed that she didn’t have the chance to partake in this Trial said, “ Obviously going off and doing those things is traumatic. Today I felt like if I was there I probably would have excelled at it.”
Hugo replied, “I’m trying to be accepting. I hope that despite saying this, ‘I’m not the one who has absolute failure. I’m terrified of that. You can’t pass judgement until you’ve done it yourself.”
He continued, “She seems more bothered about what people think rather than about the hunger. So I don’t know what’s motivating her. I’m motivated to win by hunger. She’s like fine, I don’t want anything and eats some toothpaste.”
Hugo then commented on how the other campmates treat Helen, he said, “Obviously what I think as well is, she’s young and coming in here for a reason - to learn. Everyone is mothering her a little bit too much. This is a great opportunity to discover something about yourself and if she gets treated exactly the same way she does in the real world that’s not beneficial for her.”
[cat c="i'm a celebrity"]I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here[/cat] airs nightly at 9PM on ITV1.