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ITV I'm A Celebrity: Frankie Bridge begs bosses to let her wash her knickers after leaving camp

MyLondon logo MyLondon 29/11/2021 Ella Bennett
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I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here contestant Frankie Bridge has reportedly begged show bosses to let her wash her knickers because they stank of “fish guts and offal”.

The ITV show will miss its third broadcast on Monday evening (November 29), after the stars were evacuated out of castle following severe damage caused by Storm Arwen.

Contestants are thought to be quarantining in a hotel near to the Welsh castle until it is safe for them to return.

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The evacuation has given the stars a chance to escape the cold and rough conditions they had been living with in the camp, and it seems they are making the most of the temporary break.

According to The Sun, a source said: “Frankie only asked two questions when the celebrities were taken out of came, did Storm Arwen affect Surrey where her family are and could she wash her knickers?

Frankie Bridge © ITV Frankie Bridge

“She really petitioned hard for her pants and moaned that they stank of fish guts and offal... ITV bosses took pity on her and gave her the green light to give them a good wash back in isolation.

"Since then, the other stars have been afforded the same luxury. The conditions in camp have been incredibly tough and with all the upheaval, bosses felt they should be kind."

The cancellation of the show marks the first time in the series’ 18-year history that the live show has ever been taken off air.

It has not yet been confirmed when the programme will return to normal, but bosses are said to be working around the clock to get the show running again.

A spokesperson for ITV said: "This is an on-going live situation and we're taking each day as it comes and working round the clock.

"Our priority is safely getting the whole site back up and running which means the show is back on air in the quickest time possible.

"We're currently not in a position to confirm when we'll be back on air but we'll absolutely keep you posted when we get more updates."

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