Jordan North gets carried away as Ruthie Henshall teaches I’m A Celeb camp sexy dance

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West End icon Ruthie Henshall had the I'm A Celeb camp on their feet and dancing last night as she taught them a steamy dance number from famed musical Chicago.

And camp leader Jordan North looked particularly invested, a serious expression on his face and his hips cocked.

Ruthie guided Jordan, Victoria Derbyshire, Jess Plummer, Hollie Arnold and Giovanna Fletcher in the routine for All That Jazz, one of the show's most renowned tracks.

"They learned it in ten minutes!" proud teacher Ruthie gushed, "Quick learners!"

Jordan told the Telegraph: "I felt really sexy, doing that, not gonna lie. It's all in your hips."

Jordan was loving the routine
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Eventually dancer AJ Pritchard gave it a spin as an audience of Mo Farah cheered on.

Returning to the Telegraph, Jordan gave us a sample of his vocals, singing: "…where the gin is cold and the piano's hot!"

Vernon Kay sat out the dance, complaining of an injury, but Ruthie was sceptical.

The scene provided some relief from the intense episode, in which cracks started to show in camp.

Jordan admitted he felt 'sexy' performing the dance
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He threw himself into the routine
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Last night saw Victoria announce that AJ had spent the day scrubbing the mess tins – after Shane Richie had done it the night before.

AJ even slipped in a few jibes about how much cleaner the tins were with him scrubbing them.

"So Shane's done a very bad job?" Beverley Callard bluntly asked, picking up on the remarks.

"Oh my God," the former Strictly star fumed in the Telegraph, "no wonder our rice has some weird flavour to it."

And before Shane returned from his trial, AJ added: "If you're going to do it, do the job properly."

The moment provided light relief in a tense episode
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Tensions have started to crop up in camp
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Fans were divided over the issue, some defending Shane but others insisting he hadn't made a good enough fist of the washing up.

AJ had earlier told the Telegraph that he feels no one else is pulling their weight in the wood chopping stakes.

"I seem to be the only one chopping all the wood because people don't realise they're allowed to," he said.

AJ wasn't happy
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Victoria and Jordan rallied about him and agreed that they'd start chopping more themselves.

Tonight's show will see Shane and Jess take on a trial together, and Giovanna named the new camp leader.

*I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! is back at 9pm tonight on ITV.

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