Jacqueline Jossa's husband Dan Osborne rants about ITV going down

I’m A Celebrity star Jacqueline Jossa’s husband Dan Osborne rants about ITV going down during her meltdown over James Haskell’s stir fry

I’m A Celebrity star Jacqueline Jossa’s husband Dan Osborne missed his wife’s rant about her campmate James Haskell on Monday night’s show, after ITV experienced transmission issues in some regions.

Jacqueline, 27, accused James, 34, of copying her idea to make a stir fry when the camp received their rations for the evening.

 

But Dan, 28 – who shares daughters Ella, four, and Mia, one, with his wife of two years – missed out on the scenes, taking to Instagram to complain about the glitch.

FOMO: I’m A Celebrity star Jacqueline Jossa’s husband Dan Osborne missed his wife’s rant about her campmate James Haskell on Monday night’s show, after ITV experienced transmission issues in some regions

‘I missed the last ten minutes. not because I was stuffing my face with pizza… even though I was. The television wasn’t working. I’m back now,’ he told his followers.

‘So many people saying their TV just stopped working! I ate loads of pizza and now I’m in a food coma. Do I eat the cookies?’

The scenes involved the campmates deciding what to make for dinner with the two stars Kate Garraway and Caitlyn Jenner won for them in the task, Bugged Off.

Although four stars were in fact achieved, they were divided between the two camps, Snake Rock and Croc Creek.

Raging: Jacqueline, 27, accused James, 34, of copying her idea to make a stir fry when the camp received their rations for the evening

Jacqueline, of EastEnders fame, suggested they make a stir fry before alleging everyone was stealing her idea.

The accusations divided fans, as some lauded the star for shining a light on men stealing women’s ideas in day-to-day life while others hit out at Jacqueline for her ‘brattish’ behaviour and insisted she was being rude.

Jacqueline joined a legion of stars in entering the jungle over the weekend, including rugby ace James, athlete Caitlyn Jenner and Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle.


What did I miss? ‘I missed the last ten minutes. not because I was stuffing my face with pizza… even though I was. The television wasn’t working. I’m back now,’ he told his followers

Fuming: She was praised by fans for accusing James of copying her idea

As fans swarmed Twitter over the first two nights, opinions were divided – particularly when it came to Jacqueline’s cross words with James.

Seemingly succumbing to hunger pangs, she was seen venting at James after he echoed her idea of cooking a stir fry with the rations at hand.

Fans soon took to Twitter to praise the actress and point out that the same situation occurs on a regular basis when men take women’s ideas. 

Fuming: In Monday night’s episode, when the camp received their rations for the evening, the campmates were all deciding what to make – leading to the EastEnders star suggesting a stir fry before alleging everyone was stealing her idea

Praise: Jacqueline was praised for helping shed a light on daily struggles faced by women

Fans penned: ‘Jacqueline Jossa: Oh let’s do a stir fry! ; James Haskell, as every man ever, 2 mins later: Let’s chop up the veg and meat, throw in the rice, like ah um, you know a stir fry!; Every woman on Twitter: OUR LIFE BUT IN THE JUNGLE 

‘I love Jacqueline Jossa. She’s my kind of gal! Haskell is a knobhead… She is saying exactly what every woman is thinking when men think they come up with the plan first #loveher… Jacqueline Jossa just summed up exactly what it’s like to be a girl’. 

Elsewhere however viewers lashed out at the star saying: ‘i’m sorry but is nobody else acknowledging how RUDE Jacqueline Jossa is???? #ImACeleb… 

Not happy: As fans swarmed Twitter over the first two nights, opinions were divided – particularly when it came to Jacqueline’s cross words with James

Not pleased: Others slammed the star for her allegedly bratty behaviour 

Ahem… She was also criticised for demanding crisps when she headed to the kiosk with comedian Andrew Maxwell 

‘Think Nadine, Roman, James and Kate are coming across really well as well. Not sure aout Jacqueline Jossa but it is early days… Jacqueline Jossa isn’t my kinda gal…

‘seems a bit bratty .. soz #ImACeleb… i’m sorry but is nobody else acknowledging how RUDE Jacqueline Jossa is? Wasnt impressed with #jacquelinejossa just assuming they were going for the crisps without asking. #ImACeleb’. 

Jacqueline was also criticised for demanding crisps when she headed to the kiosk with comedian Andrew Maxwell and did not give him a choice. 

While she was locking horns, back at home the star’s husband Dan Osborne shared a snap of himself and their daughters Mia, 15 months, Ella, four, and five-year-old son Teddy from a past relationship as they sat on the sofa ahead of the show. 

Further highlighting their support for the soap star, their tops were emblazoned with the words: ‘Team Jac.’

Dan then later took to Instagram stories to reveal he was sitting down to watch the ITV show, with the children no doubt tucked up in bed.

So cute: back at home the star’s husband Dan Osborne shared a snap of himself and their daughters Mia, 15 months, Ella, four, and five-year-old son Teddy from a past relationship as they sat on the sofa ahead of the show

Jacqueline recently claimed she is a ‘strong woman’ and ‘not a doormat’ for taking her husband Dan back after cheating rumours.

The former EastEnders star is hoping to put their turbulent past behind her and prove she is ‘really strong’ and ‘not stupid’ during her time in the Australian jungle, before reuniting with her husband next month.

She has split with her TV personality beau multiple times during their five-year relationship – most recently last year when she was eight months pregnant with their second child.

I’m A Celebrity continues on ITV on Monday at 9pm.

Critics: Jacqueline was also criticised for demanding crisps when she headed to the kiosk with comedian Andrew Maxwell and did not give him a choice

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