I’m A Celeb UK: Jessica Plummer cries saying she misses her daughter

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Stars of I’m A Celebrity… Get me out of here! will have to fight for three horrendous weeks of testing as Britain’s debut series starts off well.

And it looked like camp life had already taken its toll on Jessica Plummer on Sunday’s launch show, as she revealed she already misses her daughter.

The soap star, 28, tearfully explained to the other girls that she told her daughter Noa, four, to “look for the moon” whenever she misses her.

Emotional: Jessica Plummer tore herself apart on Sunday’s highly anticipated I’m A Celebrity launch show as she revealed she already missed her daughter

Speaking to Giovanna Fletcher, 35, and Hollie Arnold, 26, she continued: “I told my daughter before I left us that if I miss her when she’s at home she is looking for the moon, I can watch the moon and we can both see it.

She bade Noa farewell for three weeks after she left for Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales, where she will spend the duration of I’m A Celebrity.

The EastEnders actress previously revealed that she videotaped her baby girl while she was away as it is the longest time she has been away from her.

She told MailOnline earlier this week: “It’s weird, the closer I get to it the more excited I get to do the show, but the more disheartening it is to think that I’m not going to see it. for over three weeks, which is heartbreaking because I haven’t seen her for four days now.

Tears in her eyes: It seemed like life at the camp had taken its toll on the Soap Star, 28, as she explained to the other girls that she had told her daughter Noa, four, to ' look for the moon '' when he missed her

Tears in her eyes: It looked like life at the camp had taken its toll on the Soap Star, 28, as she explained to the other girls that she told her daughter Noa, four, to “seek the moon ”when he missed her

“It’s my little daughter. It’s gonna be really weird but I hope to make her proud. Hope if it’s pre-recorded and it’s okay with her, she can watch me.

“I recorded messages for her just like ‘hello’, literally I pre-recorded for up to three weeks in case I’m around for the long haul, then at least she’ll see me everyday.

“She’ll be in the family so I know she’s doing quite well but it will be strange for sure.”

Jessica is among ten celebrities who joined the first-ever British I’m A Celebrity series this year, after the coronavirus saw the show move to Wales from Australia.

Joining Jessica at the castle this year are presenter Vernon Kay, 46, Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah, 37, and icon Corrie Beverley Callard.

Family: Speaking to Giovanna Fletcher, 35, and Hollie Arnold, 26, she revealed that she already missed her daughter soon after the candidates arrived at the abandoned castle.

Family: Speaking to Giovanna Fletcher, 35, and Hollie Arnold, 26, she revealed that she already missed her daughter soon after the candidates arrived at the abandoned castle.

Nostalgia: Jessica said: 'I told my daughter before we left that if I miss her when she's home she is looking for the moon, I can look at the moon and we can both see her' '

Nostalgia: Jessica said, “I told my daughter before we left that if I miss her when she’s home she is looking for the moon, I can look at the moon and we can both see her”

And also competing for the title of king or queen of the castle will be AJ Pritchard, 26; Shane Richie, 56; Victoria Derbyshire, 52; Hollie Arnold, 26, and Jordan North, 30.

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host the series once again, while Vick Hope takes on The Daily Drop, a brand new series keeping up with all of the camp’s activities, available on ITV Hub every morning after the main show.

The Geordie duo, contestants, and crew will be tested for COVID-19 every three days throughout the series, with campmates able to mix freely while they live in the camp as they form their own. bubble.

The 2020 series, which kicked off on ITV on Sunday night, is only expected to last 20 days – two shorter than normal.

I AM A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE! 2020: Who are the celebrities?

Last name: SIR MO FARAH CBE

Age: 37

Claiming Glory: Most successful British athlete in Olympic Games history

Phobias: Any animal that moves

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: It will be good for people to see me do something other than run

Role in the camp: cook

Most missing: Coffee, my wife and my children

Dream campmate: Samuel L Jackson would be pretty cool

Relationship Status: Married

Last name: SHANE RICHIE

Age: 56

Phobias: Human faeces. If I see one, it’s over! I hope the camp toilets will be closed

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: Nothing. I don’t think i’m that interesting

Role in the camp: No one who will laugh at anything

Most missing: My family and my routine at home

Dream campmate: Eric Cantona, any 80s pop star or The Roc

Relationship Status: Married

Last name: BEVERLEY CALLARD

Age: 63

Claiming Glory: Legend of Corrie

Phobias: Ghosts and insects

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: People think I’m glamorous cause I’ve been playing Liz for so long but I’m not

Role in the camp: Cleaner

Most missing: Dogs and my husband, Jon

Dream campmate: Ricky Gervais – he would make us all carry on

Relationship Status: Married

Last name: AJ PRITCHARD

Age: 26

Claiming Glory: Former strictly professional

Phobias: Hauteurs, claustrophobia

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: People see me with sparkles and a fake tan but no one knows what I look like

Role in the camp: Keep morale up and the cleaner

Most missing: My warm and comfortable bed

Dream campmate: Any celebrity with an intriguing background

Relationship Status: Go out together

Name: VERNON KAY

Age: 46

Claiming Glory: TV and radio presenter

Phobias: I don’t like being confined underwater!

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the jungle: I think I’ve always been the same throughout my career – so I don’t.

Role in the camp: No one to keep morale up.

Most missing: My family.

Dream Camper: Anyone who won the Super Bowl!

Relationship Status: Married.

Name: VICTORIA DERBYSHIRE

Age: 52

Claiming Glory: Award winning journalist

Phobias: I’m not a fan of spiders or confined spaces and I don’t know what I’m going to be like when I get there!

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: I don’t think I have any because people just know me as a news and actuality person!

Role in the camp: Shoulder to cry on.

Most missing: My boys, my husband, my dog ​​and mom.

Dream campmate: Madonna, Gary Lineker and Jamie Oliver to cook for us. I think you could have some really geeky chats with them!

Relationship Status: Married.

Name: GIOVANNA FLETCHER

Age: 35

Claiming Glory: Author and podcaster

Phobias: Heights. My legs wobble and you can’t streamline it

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: I’m not that controversial so nothing

Role in the camp: Mom, friend and hug donor

Most missing: My husband, Tom and my three children

Dream campmate: The Queen, Judi Dench and Ant Middleton so he can help us with all the survival skills

Relationship Status: Married

Name: JESSICA PLUMMER

Age: 28

Claiming Glory: Former EastEnders actress

Phobias: Arachnophobia, fear of heights – just about all phobias

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: It will be good for people to see me for who I am rather than my EastEnders character

Role in the camp: Chatterbox and little sister

Most missing: My girl. It’s gonna be the longest we’ve been apart

Dream campmate: Denzel Washington would be great. I would listen to every word he said

Relationship Status: Single

Nom: JORDAN NORTH

Age: 30

Claiming Glory: Radio 1 DJ

Phobias: It’s just easier to say what I’m not afraid of. I have so many phobias

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: On my Radio 1 show I’m always bubbly and energetic but everyone has a hard time too so it will be good for people to see what I really look like

Role in the camp: The artist and the person in order – I love a tidy house

Most missing: A nice fresh pint of Guinness

Dream campmate: Barack Obama and Liam Gallagher. It would be great entertainment value

Relationship Status: Single

Name: HOLLIE ARNOLD MBE

Age: 26

Claiming Glory: Paralympic Gold Medalist

Phobias: Spiders

The biggest misconception you want to dispel in the castle: I don’t want him to focus on my handicap

Role in the camp: Cook / shoulder to cry on

Most missing: My boyfriend, the food and my cats

Dream campmate: Michelle Keegan – she is beautiful

Relationship Status: Go out together

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