'She's a real cute chick but she stinks of fake tan': I'm A Celeb's David Haye gives his verdict on Helen Flanagan calling her 'ditzy'
00:01 GMT, 12 November 2012
She claims to be 'deep and complex' but it seems that Helen Flanagan hasn't managed to convince all of her camp mates of her true personality.
The 22-year-old actress landed in the Australian jungle prepared to prove that she wasn't a 'bimbo' but she didn't get off to the best start.
After crying her way through a high wire task and glamming up for their trek into the jungle, her fellow camp mate David Haye gave his verdict on the former soap star.
Speaking his mind: I'm A Celebrity's David Haye described Helen Flanagan as a 'cute chick' who 'stinks of fake tan'
'Helen is a real cute little chick, a bit ditzy but she stinks of fake tan,' he said on his first trip to the Bush Telegraph.
His comments came after he and the rest of team Croc Creek were finally reunited in camp following the boxer's attempt at a Bushtucker trial.
After announcing to Helen, Linda Robson, Brian Conley and Charlie Brooks that he had been successful in the trial, he was then asked by Helen a few moments later: 'So did you win'
The world champion boxer said that he thinks the 22-year-old actress is 'ditzy'
Vulnerable: Helen is the youngest of the Croc Creek team and is constantly having to be reassured
The former Coronation Street star didn't exactly have the best day after having to face up to her fear of heights in order to get into the jungle.
She and the rest of the team, minus David, were faced with a rickety bridge which they had to make their way across while attached to a harness.
Although she was the last to have a go, Helen managed to complete the bridge – but was left with her mascara streaming down her face.
Dry your eyes: Helen was still wiping away make-up after her crying caused mascara to run down her face
Scared: The blonde star was in tears as she made her way across the bridge while attached to a harness
However it wasn't an easy start for any of the celebrities, who really didn't seem prepared for life on the popular ITV1 show.
Rather than meeting one another at a luxurious hotel like in previous series, the famous faces were separated into two groups from the word go and found themselves competing against each other straight away.
While David and co met one another, the opposing team were elsewhere getting to grips with each other.
Nice to meet you: The teams were faced with a challenge straight away which included them going on a hunt for a helicopter
Team work: The groups were given walking boots and a GPS unit in order to go and find the transport
Darts player Eric Bristow found himself on a team with former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, reality TV star Hugo Taylor, actor Colin Baker and MP Nadine Dorries.
After enjoying some cocktails, the two teams were presented with walking boots and a GPS unit and were told that they had to find a helicopter that was located out in the open – in which there was only room for one group.
While Ashley took charge in one group, David led the way in the other and managed to lead the group to victory.
Team Croc Creek were so happy when they realised they had found the helicopter first and had therefore won the task
Gutted: The opposing team watched as David and co flew away in the chopper
As team Croc Creek took off in the helicopter, team Snake Rock watched them go up in the air and realised that they had lost the first task but they had no idea what awaited them.
While David and his team spent the night in a luxurious house by the ocean, Hugo and the rest of the other team arrived in the jungle where they didn't even have beds to sleep on.
The following day, both teams were greeted by hosts of the show, Ant and Dec, where they were told that they would be making their way into camp – but not before a Bushtucker trial was held.
Bad times: Team Snake Rock were forced to sleep on the ground outside after failing to find the helicopter
Success! The winning team found themselves enjoying a night of luxury before heading into the jungle the following day
David and Hugo were nominated by their camp mates to partake in the first trial, but when Hugo saw who he was up against, he looked a little deflated.
'I've always hated team sports. I am very competitive. I've got a phobia of losing,' David admitted before entering the jungle.
True to his word, the world champion won the first trial and looked very pleased with himself while rubbing it in with Hugo.
In charge: MP Nadine Dorries became quite bossy when she talked the group through their rowing challenge
The Made In Chelsea star looked so disappointed as he headed back to camp to reveal the bad news.
While he had been taking part in the trail, the rest of the team had attempted to row themselves closer to the jungle but it didn't quite go to plan.
Tory MP Nadine decided to take charge, and became increasingly bossy with Ashley, Eric and Colin, but when the group realised their boat had a hole in it, Ashley suggested that get out and swim – so they did.
Given up: The group jumped out of the boat and decided to swim when they realised it had a hole in it
But the group's day just went from bad to worse as following Hugo's bad news regarding the trial, they were given just rice and beans for dinner.
It all became too much for Hugo in the end who burst into tears while in the Bush Telegraph.
'As far as this experience is going it’s definitely harder,' he said. 'I’m just hungry and tired and feeling a bit over emotional. I didn’t expect to cry this early. It’s hard to rationalise when your body is saying you need to eat, when you need to sleep. It’s just terrible.'
Bearer of bad news: Hosts Ant and Dec revealed to the team at Croc Creek that Helen would be the next camp mate to take part in a Bushtucker trial
Relief: Linda Robson looked so happy to have not been chosen for the trial unlike Helen
However, he wasn't the only one who was finding life in the jungle hard as back on Croc Creek, Helen was finding it difficult to relax and get to sleep after seeing a rat and getting bitten on the face by a bug.
But if she thought that one rat was bad then she may have a little trouble getting her head around the next Bushtucker trial which is called Bug Burial.
Naturally, the British public have voted the actress to take part in the next challenge after seeing her get so upset, and when Ant and Dec told the group, they looked far from pleased.
In shock! Nadine was gobsmacked to learn that she would be taking part in Bug Burial
Always losing: Snake Rock are in need of a win following their bad luck on the first day in camp
As David, Brian, Charlie and Linda tried to reassure Helen, it was clear to see that they didn't have much faith in her judging by how scared she was of the rat.
The actress will go head-to-head with MP Nadine, and will have to be buried alive for ten minutes while an array of creepy crawlies and other unpleasant things make their way inside to join them.