Comedian Brian Conley quits I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! over mystery illness
22:04 GMT, 19 November 2012
Brian Conley has become the first star to leave the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle… after quitting over a mystery illness.
The comedian has left the show due to feeling unwell.
An ITV spokeswoman said: 'Brian Conley has left the jungle due to medical reasons,' but refused to go into more detail.
Quit: Brian Conley leaves I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here because of failing health in the jungle
The funnyman quit the show on Monday night even though he seemed to be having a grand time dancing in a tutu with Ashley Roberts.
The pair wore matching rainbow outfits and entertained the other campers with a performance.
But his departure comes just days after viewers of the ITV1 show saw him break down in tears after a confrontation with the heavyweight champion of the world.
Ill: an ITV spokesperson refused to comment further on the medical treatment affecting the comedian
Dance pals: Ashley Roberts and Brian dressed up and gave the campers a performance
Fighting fit: The funnyman looked healthy when he performed with Ashley on Monday night's show
Brian's row with the boxer sparked after the comedian flicked two burning logs on to the forest floor.
But they soon made up after talking through the altercation.
Whilst Brian secretly left the jungle, the rest of the campers prepared for Helen to face her seventh Bush Tucker Trial, where she successfully won five out of a possible twelve stars.
Happier times: Brian joined in the celebrations after Helen Flanagan finished her Live trial along with David haye, Nadine Dorries, Ashley Roberts and Rosemary Shrager
Nadine Dorries managed to rile former Made In Chelsea star Hugo Taylor with a dig at his upbringing.
She told her fellow camp mates, 'I
realised that the day I entered politics is the day I stopped
'I’ve also realised, because people might say you’re with a
load of celebrities, but a lot of people in here apart from Hugo are from very
Hugo replied, 'What’s not normal about my
background Why should I be excluded I come from the same country
as you, I speak the same language.'
Nadine answered back, 'You’re in the top two per cent, so you’re
not normal. The other 98% are.'