I’m a celebrity: Giovanna Fletcher bursts into tears as she misses receiving a gift from home

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Giovanna Fletcher broke down in tears as she failed to receive a gift from the house during I’m a Sunday Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

Becoming emotional, the 35-year-old blogger admitted she felt sick as she, AJ Pritchard and Jordan North were the only campmates who hadn’t heard from their loved ones after completing three challenges together.

The camp leader, who shares his sons Buzz, six, Buddy, four, and Max, two, with her husband Tom, said in the Telegraph: ‘It would be lovely to hear from Tom and the boys, just one sentence ?

Emotional: “Your heart hurts! Giovanna Fletcher broke down in tears as she failed to receive a gift from the house during I’m a Sunday Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

“Your heart hurts and then you get attached to anything … it’s a sentence and I’m going to pretend every sentence someone receives is from the kids and I’m going to adopt them as if they were the children.” mine. “

The episode began with Giovanna informing her famous co-stars that they could win some goodies from home, as well as a hearty meal for the evening.

The stars were tasked with completing challenges to earn keys to open boxes – with only some of the items containing access to dinner and house treats.

Heartbroken: Blogger, 35, admitted she was 'sick to her stomach' as ​​she, AJ Pritchard and Jordan North were the only campmates not to hear from their loved ones

Heartbroken: Blogger, 35, admitted she was ‘sick to her stomach’ as ​​she, AJ Pritchard and Jordan North were the only campmates not to hear from loved ones

“How nice would it have been to hear them?” The camp leader shares his sons Buzz, six, Buddy, four, and Max, two, with McFly’s star husband Tom, 35 (pictured together)

Challenges: The episode began with Giovanna informing her famous co-stars that they could win some treats from their homes, as well as a hearty meal for the evening

Challenges: The episode began with Giovanna informing her famous co-stars that they could win some treats from their homes, as well as a hearty meal for the evening

Jessica Plummer of EastEnders, Jordan 1 star of BBC Radio and tenor Russell Watson were chosen to face The Keys and The Dragon, in which they were given the 10 keys for the transfer. water in containers in a boat using oars and a leaking bucket.

Giovanna joined former professional AJ Strictly, soap star Shane Richie and Corrie’s Beverley Callard for The Lion and the Serpent, who saw them face an air hockey table.

The washers placed on the large shield contained keys, with the group having to use another set of simple tools to knock them into a hole.

Impressive: EastEnders' Jessica Plummer, BBC Radio 1-star Jordan and tenor Russell Watson were chosen to face The Keys and The Dragon, with the group scoring the 10 Keys

Impressive: EastEnders’ Jessica Plummer, BBC Radio 1-star Jordan and tenor Russell Watson were chosen to face The Keys and The Dragon, with the group scoring the 10 Keys

Tricky: Giovanna joined former AJ Strictly Professional, soap star Shane Richie and Corrie's Beverley Callard for The Lion and the Serpent, who saw them face an air hockey table

Tricky: Giovanna joined former AJ Strictly Professional, soap star Shane Richie and Corrie’s Beverley Callard for The Lion and the Serpent, who saw them face an air hockey table

“It looked easier than I thought,” comedian Shane, 56, joked before Beverley, 63, added: “50% success, 50% failure” because they didn’t. managed to recover only five out of 10 keys.

Presenter Vernon Kay, actress Ruthie Henshall, runner Mo Farah and journalist Victoria Derbyshire were next as they worked in pairs to maneuver the keys along a raised oscillating board.

Mo, 37, and Ruthie, 53, teamed up to pick up two keys, while TV stars Vernon, 46, and Victoria, 52, won five keys.

Task: Presenter Vernon Kay, actress Ruthie Henshall, runner Mo Farah and reporter Victoria Derbyshire were next as they maneuvered the keys along a raised swinging board in pairs

Task: Presenter Vernon Kay, actress Ruthie Henshall, runner Mo Farah and reporter Victoria Derbyshire were next as they maneuvered the keys along a raised swinging board in pairs

Unfortunate: If the stars found a treat in their boxes, they had to designate who would also receive theirs, while an empty box meant the key was lost, but the author was not chosen

Unfortunate: If the stars found a treat in their boxes, they had to designate who would also receive theirs, while an empty box meant the key was lost, but the author was not chosen

Unhappy: The podcast star was comforted by Victoria, who had received a gift

Unhappy: The podcast star was comforted by Victoria, who had received a gift

The campmates took the keys from the bucket to open a box, a star equivalent to a meal. If the stars found a treat in their boxes, they had to designate who would also receive theirs, while an empty box meant the key was lost.

AJ reserved gifts for Mo and then Jessica, while Russell named one for Ruthie.

TV icon Beverley noted the process was “really, really bitter,” while Vernon admitted it was difficult to watch Giovanna’s reaction.

The media personality said: “As the process went on and the boxes got fewer and the house treats dwindled, she realized there was an opportunity to not. not to receive messages from loved ones and that’s when it really hit home.

Close: the group gathered to hear their loved ones, before having dinner

Close: the group gathered to hear their loved ones, before having dinner

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