The WAG joked to campmate Vanessa White that it was her 'favourite song of all time' at the show's celebratory bashREBEKAH Vardy poked fun at her fling with Peter Andre by dancing to his famous hit Mysterious Girl at the I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out of Here! wrap party. The former contestant, 35, joked with campmate Vanessa White, 28, that it was her “favourite song of all time” as she grinned and giggled to the nineties track.
The Made in Chelsea star and Queen of the Jungle has told how a group of 'bitchy' girls drove her out of school at the age of 12 - but admits the experience made her 'stronger in the long run'JUNGLE queen Georgia “Toff” Toffolo has revealed how she won I’m A Celebrity – being bullied at school aged 12 taught her to avoid confrontation. As a result she had no bust-ups in the reality show camp and kept clear of others’ arguments, instead cruising through to victory on Sunday.
The Made in Chelsea star, 23, confessed to almost leaving the camp after ten days - but overcame obstacles including a confidence-sapping skin conditionI’M A Celebrity queen Georgia Toffolo revealed she overcame a string of obstacles to win — including boobs anxiety, extreme hunger and a confidence-sapping skin condition. The Made in Chelsea star, 23, also recently split up with her boyfriend when entering the camp — with thoughts of him dominating her first few days.
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