Jamie Lynn Spears Quits I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 'On medical grounds’ after having a rough time in the camp.
The sister of pop star Britney Spears, 32, had a very emotional time at the camp for 10 days before her departure, which will be broadcast on screens on Wednesday night.
She broke down in tears to see her struggling in the harsh conditions of the camp Missing his family back home after visiting the Australian jungle.
Jamie Lynn finally settles into camp life, successfully experimenting and bonding with her campers, after initially feeling emotional about how much she’s missed. Daughters Maddie, 15, and Ivy, five.
She tearfully threatened to quit the show after three days in the jungle after admitting how hard she was missing her beloved children.
Jamie Lynn was heartbroken when she failed to reunite her luxury item, which was a photo of her children.
After a minor challenge, he announced that he was ready to leave the camp because he was so emotional that his camp mates returned to the pitch without a photo.
Weeping, she admitted: 'I want to see my children,’ as she struggled to be separated from her loved ones.
The same episode before, she had He credits his co-stars Sam Thompson and Daniel Harrold for emotional support.
Jamie Lynn broke down in tears as she admitted she felt very emotionally vulnerable at camp.
Speaking to Daniel and Sam, she revealed: 'I don’t know how I’m emotionally fragile.’
Enthusiastically, Danielle told her: 'You are so strong. It’s tough kid, tough. Very difficult. It’s not easy.’
Jamie Lynn added: 'Why am I crying so much? Josie [Gibson} has a baby at home…’
Sam comforted: 'It’s important to remember you’ve come from a whole different continent, you don’t know anyone here, it’s hard. It’s real hard.’
Danielle added: 'Look at the s*** you’ve been through in your life, right? This, a little bit of rain in the jungle, nothing.’
Jamie Lynn replied: 'But at least all that s*** I could go home to my babies every night, you know? That’s it, that’s all I need in life. It feels a little bit overwhelming. They’re not even close.
’I’ve got to just do it. I don’t know why I’m being such a baby.’
Sam added: 'I get it man, I’ve got two cats at home – Albus and Cedric – little fluffy men. Know what I mean? So I get it. Not kids, but I get it.’
Danielle joked: 'Let it out Sam…’
Later, Jamie Lynn went into the Bush Telegraph and positively added: 'You have your campmates pull you up and you’re like, 'I can do this, I can do this’.’
Elsewhere, she also bravely opened up about falling pregnant at the age of 16 as she confided in her campmates last week in the jungle.
She told how wanted to lead as 'normal’ a life as possible away from the spotlight after giving birth to daughter Maddie – whose father is her ex Casey Aldridge – when she was a teenager in 2008.
When asked by Fred Sirieix about becoming famous at a young age, Jamie Lynn said: ’We auditioned for a show called All That and I was on All That for three years before I did Zoey . It was very successful.
’After finishing Joey, I met the love of my life and decided to have what I thought was a baby. I was 16. The whole world was like, 'You’re like this**, your life is over…
Fred asked: 'Oh really? Do you feel it?’
Jamie Lynn said: 'Oh yeah. Because I got pregnant at a young age and participated in a children’s program.
Fred asked: 'Were your parents good to you?’
Jamie Lynn said: 'Yes, they had a lot going on. I think they were upset that I was in that situation, but that’s when your baby is born.
She continued: 'I wanted to be normal. I wanted my child to be normal. Everyone told me I was going to be a terrible mom. So I was like I have to raise this child myself.
Jamie Lynn breaks down in tears: 'When I went… first pregnant…’
Fred comforted: 'We don’t have to talk about this…’
Jamie Lynn continued: 'They didn’t want me to have the baby. I have a lot of people around me.’
Fred said: 'But you were amazing. It’s amazing what you’ve done.’
Jamie Lynn said: 'When I got out of it, I told my parents I was going to release them, that way I could make my own decisions. I was secretly telling her that I was going to doctor’s appointments.
’I was going to meetings with a lawyer… my poor mother, we met her. She didn’t want me to do that, she knew I was going to marry my father, she knew I would lose my wealth that I had worked for so many years… She said, 'Go baby…’
’It was the first time I was in control. My mother did [come and visit]. I don’t know what’s wrong with me, why I don’t take the easy way out sometimes, but I don’t want to.
Jamie Lynn told the Bush Telegraph: 'I’m proud of where I am now. I don’t share it in a sad or tearful way, but I don’t know, I’m just… I’m really grateful.’
After an emotional first few days in the jungle, Jamie Lynn has settled into camp life and successfully brought home 10 stars on the Bushtucker Trial last week.
Ahead of the hearing, Jamie Lynn said of the challenge: 'I’ve got my team-mates behind me so that motivates me.’
Host Ant asked: 'Why do you think you were voted in by the British people?’
Jamie Lynn replied: 'Because I might cry too much… I don’t know. Maybe England gave me a chance to give back to my camp mates because I think I’m struggling a bit more here.
’So they’ve been very supportive of me and I want to return the favor.’
During Tuesday’s show, viewers saw Jamie Lynn break down in tears once again after being presented with a small square of chocolate by her campmates.
After eating the delicious treat, she began to cry, took time alone, and was later comforted by former boxer Tony Bellew.
The chocolate bar comes as a reward after Marvin, Sam and Tony’s conquests at The Misery Hotel, giving the campmates their first taste of chocolate since entering the jungle.
Sam, as the group leader, decided to open the chocolate to boost morale after the camp had experienced very wet weather.
Speaking to the Bush Telegraph, he said, 'The heavens have opened. Here, I have never seen a wetter day than it is now. In my entire being.
’It is like a monsoon. I’m the team leader, I’m on my throne and I want people to be happy.’
Sam rallied his camp: 'You know what we need? A pack of sackcloth!’
The news goes over well as everyone starts celebrating, and Fred painstakingly cuts the bar into equal parts.
This meant that by the time the chocolate was divided into 11 pieces, each person had only a small piece to taste.
Sam told the Bush Telegraph: 'Camp went wild! Everyone claps. It was like winning the World Cup!’
Tony laughed as they shared every morsel: 'The struggle is real!’ And Josie chooses to save her one more time, claiming to be eating 'chocolate rice’.
Tony told the Bush Telegraph: 'I let a chocolate melt in my mouth on my tongue. It was a very strange thing. The forest has softened me.’
But chocolate isn’t to everyone’s liking as Jamie Lynn takes herself away from camp to cry.
As she turned and went inside, fellow campers Tony and Daniel Harold saw her.
Tony said: 'Okay mate?’ As Daniel embraces her.
Jamie Lynn said: 'That little square of chocolate p*****s me off.’
Daniel said: 'Because it gives you a taste of what’s outside…’
Jamie Lynn laughed: 'I should have let someone eat it. I feel a little better. I want to cry.’
Nick encouraged her: 'Cry a little Jay.’
Jamie Lynn said in the Bush Telegraph: 'I want more chocolate.’
Tony told the Bush Telegraph: 'She’s desperate, she’s missing her children.
’She is far from home. Better to go to someone and ask them how they are doing. Just take care of each other. Everyone should have that attitude.’
Watching her by the creek, Tony said to her: 'How are you girl?’
Jamie Lynn said: 'I needed a change of scenery. I have suffered before.
’I’m tired of sitting there. Sorry, I didn’t make you come here.
Hugging her, Tony said: 'Don’t be idle, I’ve come to see how you are.’
Jamie Lynn has left the show on 'medical grounds’, following Grace Dent’s exit and Nella Rose’s recent medical scare.
A show spokesperson said of her exit: 'Jamie Lynn Spears has left I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! On medical grounds.
’He was an amazing camper who aced trials and got along well with his fellow celebrities.’
Viewers will see Jamie Lynn exit the show on Wednesday night’s episode, and campers are aware of her exit.
Jamie Lynn is expected to be paid in full for her participation in the show, as any star who stays in the camp for more than 72 hours is expected to be paid in full.
It comes just two days after food critic Grace Dent decided to quit the show, while Nella Rose was taken to the camp for medical treatment on Tuesday, sparking fears that she too could quit altogether.
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