I am a celebrity… from South Africa Janice Dickinson was forced off the show after a fall took her to hospital.
On Monday night’s episode (May 8), fellow campmates will learn that Janice tripped during the night as she made her way down the long drop.
Janice was taken to hospital as a precaution, where it was decided that she would not return to camp, but was advised to rest instead.
Speaking after her exit from the series, Janice said: “I could have been second or even won this series because I was so consistent and physiological with it. I was just waiting and biding my time with I’ve done my fair share of getting up, falling, putting my face in the dust.
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“I felt like they could have cleaned my wounds and gotten me back on my way there. But the production ultimately made the right decision not to fire me. I’m just sad that it ended with that way. I think I could have gone back and gone further.”
While at camp, Janice was popular with the public, with the epic trial she took part in with Diversity’s Jordan Banjo being a highlight.
“It was the most vile, disgusting, horrible, I repeat horrible thing,” she said. “Having to chew on fish eyeballs and lamb testicles. Having to put a lamb testicle in my mouth and chew it, which took about five minutes, and then having to swallow it. It was awful. was horrible. Every bite I knew I was going to have to swallow. It was disgusting.
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Janice described her time on the show as “transformative”, saying: “My experience at camp as a whole has been transformational. I feel an epiphany came over me after eating that food trial. That I “I was able to do it for other people instead of myself. I wasn’t doing it for ‘Janice wins a case’, it was really to put food on the table for the other classmates of camp.”
Janice became very fond of her camp mates during her time in South Africa, calling them her “best friends” and her “family”.
She added: “What I missed the most in the camp, I have to be honest, was my family. My husband and my children. I really missed my dogs. But I feel like ‘in the end, a new family had been replaced. I met 14 of the nicest, kindest, most eccentric and outlandish people – across the spectrum of personality traits.
I’m a Celebrity… South Africa continues Monday at 9pm on ITV1, catch the full series on ITVX.
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