I’m a Celebrity: Brian Conley leaves the jungle with mystery illness and Helen Flanagan isn’t voted for Bushtucker Trial

Rachael Hogg
20 November 2012


The first star to leave 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here' is Brian Conley.

The comedian and actor didn't get a chance to face the public vote and left the jungle due to 'medical reasons', but no more details have been given.

On Monday night's show, Ant and Dec briefly announced Brian's departure from the show.

The news came a few days after Brian's tearful argument with boxer David Haye, caused by Brian throwing two burning logs on the floor.

However, after a few tears, the two talked it out.

More shocking news came on Monday night as it was announced Helen Flanagan will not be facing the next Bushtucker Trial, 'Savage Sewer'.

As Ant and Dec visited camp to deliver the news, Dec said to Helen, "It's not you," leaving the vote between David Haye and Hugo Taylor.

David actually looked a little upset after being told he wouldn't be facing the sewer.

There was plenty of moaning and a few stroppy tears from Hugo in Monday night's episode after he didn't get what he wanted *awwwh*, so some of the campmates may have been secretly happy that he will be facing a Bushtucker Trial.

Clearly Britain doesn't like a moaner.

We may be in for some more Hugo-shaped tears on Tuesday night's episode as he attempts to crawl through the sewer with some horribly common rats.

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