ITV I’m A Celeb star worried about ‘being cancelled’ after jungle exit

Nella Rose was worried about being "cancelled" after her eviction from the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! camp.

During her time in the jungle, YouTube star Nella had a heated argument with First Dates' Fred Sirieix over their age difference. The disagreement started when they were chatting about their ages while cooking food at the campfire, and Fred told 26 year old Nella that he could be her dad.

Nella felt disrespected by this comment, especially since both of her parents have passed away, with her father dying most recently in 2020. This incident became a hot topic among viewers for several days, with many supporting Nella on social media, saying her reaction "came from grief".

Although Nella and Fred eventually resolved their differences, she was still worried about being "cancelled" after she became the second person to leave the camp.

On the I'm A Celebrity…Coming Out special, shown on ITV on 13 December, viewers saw Nella crossing the bridge to leave the camp, asking a producer: "Have I been cancelled? Have people been slandering me?"

After being reassured that she hadn't been, Nella hugged hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, telling them: "That was so nerve-wracking. I'm so scared, I feel like I looked horrible."

Ant told Nella during her exit interview on I'm A Celeb: "We loved you in there… If you walked out early on, we would have just seen conflict and nothing else. We wouldn't have got to see the full you, you know? I'm really pleased you stayed."

Yet Nella expressed worries about public perception after her stint in the jungle. Heading to the celebs' hotel, she admitted feeling nervous, saying: "I'm kind of nervous of my perception to the public. I feel like I was 100% myself. It is what it is, I signed up for it and did it. Came out, now we deal with the consequences."

Reflecting on her time on the show, she added: "The trials are scarier in real life than they are on TV, I'll tell you that for free."

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