I'm A Celeb fans rage at bosses after Josie Gibson reveals 'showdown' with co-star was axed from screens | The Sun

JOSIE Gibson has revealed she had a secret "showdown" with one of her I'm a Celebrity campmates that was never shown on screen.

The This Morning presenter, 38, narrowly missed out on a place in the I'm a Celebrity final when she was sent home last night.

Speaking to hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly afterwards, Josie told how she and Fred Sirieix clashed over cooking for the camp.

She said: "I was trying to cook and Fred was criticising everything I do. I think I put him straight at the end.

"In the end, I just had to settle it with a showdown. We had a showdown in the end and I won."

Fans quickly took to social media to reveal their disappointment over the row not being shown.

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One said: "Why wouldn't you show the showdown?"

Another wrote: "So Josie and Fred had a showdown but ITV decided not to edit it in, such a shame."

And a third added: "I want to see Josie and Fred's showdown!"

Viewers previously watched as First Dates star Fred struggled after Josie replaced him as camp chef.

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During her exit interview Josie also sparked new feud rumours as she failed to mention one of her remaining campmates.

When asked to pick a winner, Josie paid compliments to both Sam Thompson and Tony Bellew, but failed to mention Nigel Farage.

She said: "Sam has just got a magic about him, he's been entertaining from the moment he wakes up to the moment he goes to sleep.

"He's lifted me when I've been at my lowest and he's just so charming, but Tony again, he's just so chivalrous, he's just a proper gentleman and a proper family man, I love the way he talks about his family."

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