Jamie Lynn Spears has penned a sweet message to I’m A Celebrity campmate Nella Rose after returning to social media following her jungle exit.
Spears’s time in the jungle came to a premature end on “medical grounds” following days of torrential weather conditions, high-risk trials and the heartache of missing her family.
Sharing a series of snaps from her pre-I’m A Celeb promo shoot, Spears penned: “This girl had noooooo clue what she was about to walk into, but THANK GOODNESS she did, bc she walked out of the jungle with a whole new group of life long friends!
“Thankful to all the crew, producers, @itv & @antanddec for such an impressive production, and sooooooo proud of all my camp mates for making the jungle their b***h.
“Thank you to the FANS who watch and support us, and allow us to have these incredible experiences-we owe it all to yall.”
Among her followers who replied to the post was Rose who showed her support for Spears by replying: “Love you sissy.”
Spears reciprocated Rose’s kind words as she typed: “@nellarosee miss you and love you!!!! So proud of you!” (sic)
Similar to Spears, Rose’s time in the jungle wasn’t short of controversy and talking points – particularly when it came to clashing with Nigel Farage.
Rose locked horns with Farage in clashes about immigration and cultural appropriation while she also rowed with Fred Siriex’s in what is now dubbed by viewers as “Dadgate”.
The YouTuber emerged from the jungle as the second eliminated campmate and was keen to put any controversy behind her, branding the Siriex row as a “big fat misunderstanding” as well as calling the backlash online as “social media bulls**t”.
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Both Spears and Rose will feature in ITV’s I’m A Celebrity…Coming Out on Wednesday evening as fans get a behind-the-scenes look at life after the jungle.
In the special episode, Spears admits “the first few days in camp were tough” but commends her campmates once again.
She says: “These wonderful humans just scooped me up and brought out a side of me that I just didn’t think that I had.
“I think I wanna move to the UK, I’d like them to adopt me. I’ve literally made life-long friends.”