I'm A Celebrity: Jacqueline Jossa REFUSES to go to the camp jailhouse when the contestants are asked to pick volunteers as tensions in the camp reach fever pitch

Jacqueline Jossa caused ructions in the I'm A Celebrity jungle when she refused to volunteer to head to the jungle jail on Thursday's episode of the show.

Despite Andy Whyment and Cliff Parisi's arrival into the I'm A Celeb jungle going down a storm with fans, their trip to the Jungle Jail has unknowingly caused tension in the camp.

It was announced by Kate Garraway that the camp had to choose whether to feed the 'jungle outlaws' with some of their stars or keep all eight meals for themselves.

Not happy: Jacqueline Jossa caused ructions in the I'm A Celebrity jungle when she refused to volunteer to head to the jungle jail on Thursday's episode of the show

Not happy: Jacqueline Jossa caused ructions in the I'm A Celebrity jungle when she refused to volunteer to head to the jungle jail on Thursday's episode of the show

Should they decide to share the food, two celebrities would be joining Cliff and Andy in the Jungle Jailhouse. 

However Jacqueline Jossa quickly ruled herself out of the running and claimed that it sounded 'scary', which caused tensions to rise further in the camp.

While Andrew Maxwell and James Haskell insisted they were happy to go the jail, so did Kate and Ian Wright.

Eventually the group decided draw named water bottles, with last two remaining being the ones to head to jail.

Tense: Despite Andy Whyment and Cliff Parisi's arrival going down a storm with fans, their trip to the Jungle Jail has unknowingly caused tension in the camp

Tense: Despite Andy Whyment and Cliff Parisi's arrival into the I'm A Celeb jungle going down a storm with fans, their trip to the Jungle Jail has unknowingly caused tension in the camp 

Challenge: It was announced by Kate Garraway that the camp had to choose whether to feed the 'jungle outlaws' with some of their stars or keep all eight meals for themselves

Challenge: It was announced by Kate Garraway that the camp had to choose whether to feed the 'jungle outlaws' with some of their stars or keep all eight meals for themselves 

Jacqueline hastily excluded herself by admitting she thought the idea of going to the jail sounded terrifying, while Nadine feigned ignorance in a bid to dodge the vote. 

Andrew didn't seem particularly impressed by Jacqueline's bid to avoid the challenge, saying: 'I think it has to be everyone in, I don't think it's fair to count yourself out.'

James countered: 'If she doesn't want to do it, don't do it.' but Andrew said 'It's an ordeal that has to be shared. It's not back to Snake Rock, it could be anything.'

Unimpressed: Andrew didn't seem convinced by Jacqueline attempts to excuse herself from the Trial, insisting everyone had to chime in

Unimpressed: Andrew didn't seem convinced by Jacqueline attempts to excuse herself from the Trial, insisting everyone had to chime in

No thanks! Jacqueline hastily excluded herself by admitting she thought the idea of going to the jail sounded terrifying, while Nadine feigned ignorance in a bid to dodge the vote

No thanks! Jacqueline hastily excluded herself by admitting she thought the idea of going to the jail sounded terrifying, while Nadine feigned ignorance in a bid to dodge the vote

I'll go! After Kate's name was one last drawn, she snapped that she would go to the Jail despite doubts from the rest of the camp

I'll go! After Kate's name was one last drawn, she snapped that she would go to the Jail despite doubts from the rest of the camp

Adele added 'I think it's just anybody that's up for it. If anyone wants to stay they should be allowed.' 

Talking in the Bush Telegraph, an unimpressed Andrew said 'Jacqueline and Nadine said they didn't want to go and erm…that's the end of that…'

Eventually the names were drawn and it was revealed that Andrew and Kate would be heading to the jailhouse, despite James insisting he didn't mind going if the Good Morning Britain presenter wanted to stay.

Excusing herself: Talking in the Bush Telegraph, an unimpressed Andrew said 'Jacqueline and Nadine said they didn't want to go and erm…that's the end of that…'

Excusing herself: Talking in the Bush Telegraph, an unimpressed Andrew said 'Jacqueline and Nadine said they didn't want to go and erm…that's the end of that…'

Things grew tenser by the minute as Kate snapped that she did want to do, and firmly said that James would stay. 

Eventually Kate and Andrew did leave for the Jailhouse, and were delighted to be greeted with Andy and Cliff, and later than evening all of the celebrities tucked in Buffalo Wings.

As the show came to an end, Ant and Dec headed into the Main Camp to reveal that Jacqueline would be facing the next Bushtucker Trial at Ol' Dingo Town, called Snake Motel.

Girl's girl: Adele added 'I think it's just anybody that's up for it. If anyone wants to stay they should be allowed'

Girl's girl: Adele added 'I think it's just anybody that's up for it. If anyone wants to stay they should be allowed'

The EastEnders actress couldn't hide her fear in facing the challenge, especially as viewers learned that she would be heading to the Jailhouse after the Trial.

But it seems that Jacqueline won't be facing the toils of another Trial alone, as it was later revealed in Extra Camp that she'd chosen Myles Stephenson to join her in the Snake Motel.

Just minutes after Andy's arrival, the soap favourite stormed to the top as the bookies favourite to be crown King Or Queen of the jungle when the series comes to an end next month.

With odds of 5-2, according to Coral, second to Andy is Roman Kemp with 10-3, and Caitlyn Jenner is third with 13-2. 

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! continues Friday at 9pm on ITV. 

I'll do it! James happily volunteered to head to the Jail, but it was eventually agreed that they would draw straw, or in this case their named water bottles

I'll do it! James happily volunteered to head to the Jail, but it was eventually agreed that they would draw straw, or in this case their named water bottles

I'm A Celebrity: Jacqueline Jossa REFUSES to go to jailhouse

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