Former King Of The Jungle Christopher Biggins Brands Helen Flanagan 'Absolute Nightmare' And 'Totally Stupid'

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Christopher Biggins, who became King of the Jungle when he won I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! In 2007, has blasted current contestant Helen Flanagan for being an ‘absolute nightmare’ and ‘totally stupid.’

Speaking to The Mirror, the actor and presenter said that the Corrie star, who has so far been voted to do seven Bushtucker trials by the public after her dramatic episodes at the beginning of the series, has no chance of winning this year’s I’m A Celeb.

“I wouldn’t want to be there with this Helen from Coronation Street,” Biggins said. “She’s an absolute nightmare.”

“If I was in the jungle with her, I’d have to kill her I think,” Biggins joked. “I’d have to kill her and go and bury her in the jungle.”

“To begin with, I had to agree with Brian Conley, she was very funny – she was amusing, she made me laugh,” Biggins continued. “But she annoyed me so much in not doing anything, just standing there and not even attempting challenges before she said, ‘I’m a celebrity get me out of here’.”

Helen didn’t manage to win any stars for her camp during the first five trials she attempted, leaving her fellow celebrities to go hungry and live off of rice and beans. Biggins revealed that he thinks Helen might have been putting on an act.

“Then when she suddenly got the 12 stars I thought, ‘Now hang on, what’s going on here?’ Is she working this to her advantage,” he said. “The public will vote her out very quickly, she’ll never win in a month of Sundays.”

“It’s odd,” Biggins added. “I actually put it down to her being totally stupid.”

What do you think about Helen Flanagan in this year’s I’m A Celeb? Do you think she’ll win?

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