Naughty Boy’s feeling better after joining the main camp (Picture: Rex Features)
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Naughty Boy appears to have changed his mind about quitting the series – at least for now.
The La La La producer threatened to leave Gwrych Castle, Abergele in North Wales during Tuesday night’s episode after failing two trials.
Naughty Boy said he felt his ‘time was up’ while fellow campmate Dame Arlene Phillips was also considering quitting.
However, during tonight’s episode, the music star seemed to have a change of heart after having a chat with his little friend Sunny the Robin.
Dame Arlene told him: ‘Let Sunny tell you what do do.’
The former Strictly Come Dancing judge herself admitted: ‘My mood changed in the night. The boys have been fantastic, I couldn’t have asked for anything better.’
Naughty Boy told David Ginola and Dame Arlene that he felt Sunny was trying to change his mind and telling him to stay.
Later, Richard Madeley read out a scroll that told the Clink campmates that their time there had come to an end and now it was time to join the main camp.
Naughty Boy said: ‘I’m going to the main camp to see how I feel when I get there,’ as Dame Arlene was seen doing a dance for him, which he loved.
After finally reaching the main camp, the producer said: ‘I’m feeling buoyant, I’m feeling good, I’m so blessed to have these guys.
Dame Arlene and Naughty Boy have both found it tough so far (Picture: Rex Features)
‘Thank god for a new day, the last few days, yeah, they were difficult but god is good but to come here and become a proper family, lets go.’
Naughty Boy’s threats about quitting the series after two days has been a controversial one, with Good Morning Britain’s Adil Ray telling him to ‘get on with the game’.
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Former I’m A Celeb star Adam Thomas also criticised the producer and Dame Arlene and said in an Instagram video: ‘What is going on? It’s day two. Get a grip of yourself.
‘I can’t believe it. They’re dropping out like flies. Oh my god this is not good.’
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! is available to watch on ITV and ITV Hub.
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