I’m A Celeb’s Jessica refuses to eat first meal as it reminds her of childhood pet
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I'm A Celeb fans have been left scratching their heads after Jessica Plummer turned down the first meal in camp.
Ant & Dec saw to it that all the new, fresh-faced celebs were doused in creepy crawlies during the first trial of the series, but the celebs managed to band together and win a respectable seven stars.
That meant seven meals for camp, but when it arrived, Jessica and her fellow soap actress Beverley Callard, who's a legend on Corrie's Cobbles, had their concerns.
"I can't eat bunny," Beverley declared as Vernon Kay read out the menu.
"When they said rabbit for dinner, I was like no, no not for me."
Jessica recalled her childhood pet
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Paralympian Hollie Arnold was able to fry up the meat with some mushrooms with rice and beans.
Jessica also refused it.
"I had a pet rabbit when I was a kid called Boris and I just think of him," she explained.
With the show's new line-up looking one of the most star-studded yet, fans are eager to return to the castle to see what else Ant & Dec have up their sleeves.
Beverley turned down the rabbit too
Beverley admitted she 'can't eat bunny'
Beverley and Jessica are joined in the castle by the likes of Sir Mo Farah, AJ Pritchard and Jordan North to name a few.
Fans breathed a collective sigh of relief as ITV managed to get the show to run despite several lockdowns.
Pushing ahead with production for the flagship reality show, ITV bosses have made sure to pull it off in a Covid-safe way.
Hollie got to work on the cooking
ITV was forced to move away from the usual Aussie jungle setting earlier this year, shifting it to Wales.
While many complained – before national lockdown 2.0 – that it was unfair that I'm A Celeb went ahead with filming while much of Wales remained under a local lockdown, the Welsh government argued the show could help combat the growing mental health crisis.
*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! airs on ITV at 9pm.