I'm A Celebrity: Jacqueline Jossa bickers with James Haskell

I’m A Celebrity: Jacqueline Jossa bickers with James Haskell over how the camp’s dinner is distributed as rugby star insists he wants to do things ‘his way’

Tensions rose again in Tuesday night’s installment of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! as James Haskell and Jacqueline Jossa bickered over how the camp’s dinner was being served.

After being given a hearty meal thanks to Andrew Maxwell’s performance in the Bushtucker Trial, James, 34, held off on eating any of the food, saying he wanted to do things ‘my way’.

Jacqueline, 27, wasn’t impressed and told the rugby star that he was being ‘ridiculous’ by not eating anything. 

Squabble: Tensions were rising again in Tuesday night’s installment of I’m A Celebrity as James Haskell, 34, and Jacqueline Jossa, 27, bickered over how the camp’s dinner was being served

‘What you waiting for?’ Ian Wright asked James as the rest of the group started to eat. ‘Everybody’s got some.’ 

‘I just like to do things my way,’ James replied.  

‘Just ‘cos you’re big, doesn’t mean you have to constantly be at the back of the queue,’ Ian said as he enjoyed his meal. 

‘I’ll go when I wanna go,’ James told the others when he said they should go for leftovers before he had had anything to eat. 

Reward: After being given a hearty meal, James  held off on eating any of the food, saying he wanted to do things ‘my way’

Seemingly losing patience with him, Jacqueline said: ‘It’s ridiculous. You do this every time.’ 

Defiant, James said: ‘I’ll go when I’ll go.’

It was the second disagreement of Tuesday’s episode as viewers also watched Ian Wright and Andrew squabble over the chores. 

Having successfully won ten out of 12 stars, Andrew insisted on going for a nap instead of helping Caitlyn with the lunchtime washing up. He told her: ‘We’ll do this later rather than do it in the heat of the day.’

Opinion: Jacqueline wasn’t impressed and told the rugby star that he was being ‘ridiculous’ by not eating anything

Insistent: ‘I’ll go when I wanna go,’ James told the others when he said they should go for leftovers before he had had anything to eat

Caitlyn was happy for him to go and said she’d find someone else to wash up with her as Andrew had earned the rest. ‘Just go take a nap, you earned it.’ Andrew happily sang his way off towards his hammock for a rest.

Ian was disgruntled by this decision, particularly hearing that camp leader James was going to do the washing up with Caitlyn.

‘It’s amazing some people are just not cut out for success. Don’t go and rest just kick on and do your job,’ he said. 

Mealtime: ‘Just ‘cos you’re big, doesn’t mean you have to constantly be at the back of the queue,’ Ian said as he enjoyed his meal

In the Bush Telegraph Ian explained: ‘OK so you’ve got the ten stars what are you coming back and going to sleep for, you’ve got a 70 year old woman who is ready to work and you are meant to be working with her, do it with her and then rest.’

Ian and Roman noisily replaced the clean washing up, disturbing Andrew’s rest. Ian then said to him: ‘James went to help with the dishes and what I’m saying is that because you got the stars, Caitlyn wanted to do it (washing up) and you went to sleep and you didn’t do your job.

‘We have so much time to sleep. Do you understand what I’m saying?’

Andrew agreed and said that in future he will: ‘just do them when she wants to do them in future, no bother my end.’ They agreed there were no hard feelings. 

Bickering: It was the second disagreement of Tuesday’s episode as viewers also watched Ian Wright and Andrew Maxwell squabble over the chores

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