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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Victoria Derbyshire and Jessica Plummer lead tears as stars win luxury items

Victoria Derbyshire led tears in the I’m A Celebrity camp (Picture: ITV)

There were emotional times in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! camp as the stars were gifted their luxury items.

The gang – including Jordan North, Shane Richie, Victoria Derbyshire and Vernon Kay – have been in Gwrych Castle for a matter of days, but they have finally got their hands on their treasured gifts from home.

It was up to newbies Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall to go on a string of secret missions around their new home to secure the items – while also causing chaos with their co-stars.

Their hard work paid off and the celebs shed tears at the surprise – which included a hand-drawn picture from Sir Mo Farah’s children, and Vernon Kay’s sofa blanket.

Meanwhile Jordan brandished a scarf from his ‘happy place, happy place’, beloved Burnley FC, and Giovanna Fletcher picked something everyone could enjoy, S Club 7’s Reach For The Stars to play out.

A total, utter bop.

Jessica was in tears over her luxury item (Picture: ITV)

Speaking about the scenes, a teary Victoria told the camera: ‘It was so uplifting.

‘A touching few minutes that I’ll never ever forget.’

Does anyone else need a tear after that?

Russell has only been in the camp a couple of days, but his wife, Louise, teased that he could be sending her a ‘couple of signs’ during his time on the show.

During an appearance on Lorraine, the host questioned if they had ‘worked something out’ between them.

‘We’ll have to wait and see, see if anyone recognises if he’s doing something or not,’ she replied.

‘He might have a couple of signs, yes.’

We’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for those…

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here continues daily, at 9pm, on ITV.


Credit: Original article published here.

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