I’m A Celeb Jess Plummer went naked in TV shower to avoid Myleene Klass scenes

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Jessica Plummer has revealed the cheeky way she managed to stop ITV bosses from airing her in the castle shower.

The EastEnders actress has revealed she decided to shower in the nude believing producers would decide not to air the footage.

Jessica, 28, admits she was keen not to follow in the footsteps of Myleene Klass who famously dominated headlines after showing in a skintight white bikini.

Jess,who played Chantelle Atkins during her time in Albert Square, said: "Just get naked and have your shower and don’t worry, they cannot show it.

"Every time I went in the shower I just took off all my clothes.

"When you’re cold and you’ve got a swimming costume clinging on to you, it makes you feel colder."

She added to The Sun: "So I was like, ‘Sod this, they’re not going to put my naked bottom on the show, I’m just going to take it all off’.

"And then the cameras just went ‘zoom’ and they then turned away and I was like, ‘Perfect. Every time!’"

The move meant that viewers only once saw her in the castle shower once and she was covered up by the shower curtain.

However, in comparison both AJ Pritchard and Vernon Kay were seen stripping down in the buff.

In episode two of the new series, the former Strictly Come Dancing professional sparked an online stir after his perky behind was broadcast.

Laughing about the situation, AJ's girlfriend Abbie Quinnen said: "I am so excited to see him again but it’s so funny because the amount of messages I have had about AJ, honestly, the nation is obsessed with his bum.

"I’ve had so many messages saying ‘Oh my God, he’s so gorgeous’ and ‘Look at that peachy bum,’ it’s been hilarious.

"But, I am a very lucky girl, that’s for sure."

Explaining how camp life was far from glam, despite claims tasks were undertaken in a studio, Jess continued: "Between me and you — and all of your readers — I had six showers. I’m disgusting!

“You’re just so cold you don’t want to take off your clothes, you just cannot be bothered.”

“The camp was very pongy. The bathroom smelt like fish guts. It smelt like offal, the offcuts of meat.

“I had a bath last night and I was in there for 52 minutes. The colour of the bath when I got out . . . I don’t even want to talk about the shades of grey.

“It’s not just the offal, it’s the smoke from the fires. When you blow your nose, it’s just all black.”

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