I'm A Celeb 2015: Ferne McCann & George Shelley Have An Awkward Flirt & Spend The Night Together
But is this an actual jungle romance?
Last night's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (December 3) saw two of our jungle faves - Ferne McCann and George Shelley - get up close and personal in more ways than one.
"Do you want a hand massage?" asked Ferne, to which shy George agreed. The TOWIE regular then asked if he wanted to do some role play... But don't get too excited, because it was in the style of meeting for the first time, so pretended not to know each other.
To be honest, it wasn't the best set-up when Kieron was sat nearby and there were about 10 cameras on them, but they weren't exactly smooth when it came to the one liners either!
George came out with some classics, such as "you alright?" and Ferne one-upped him with "do you come here often?"
But the 22-year-old singer won at flirting in general when he uttered, "oh yeah, get the bowels moving," after prunes were mentioned. Nice work, G.
Later on, the pair were then forced to spend the night together in an overnight challenge that'd win ingrediants a full English breakfast, which would make a change from the usual rice and beans.
Winning the luxury breakfast for camp would come at a price though. Sure, they'd be spending the night snugged up and ALL ALONE surrounded by about 20 alarm clocks they had to turn off every few minutes throughout the night.
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They did, however, talk about dating, with George joking, "this isn't how I imagined our first date to be," as he wrapped himself in his sleeping bag.
The couple had a bit of a giggle, which Ferne later referred to as 'flanter' (a flirting and banter combo) and admitted he was "easy on the eye." Is that cupid we see? Nope, just a big rat running round their sleeping bags.
They ended up winning the maximum food for camp and, in hindsight, being surrounded by rats and all their poop wasn't the ideal scenario for a first date. It's one they won't forget in a hurry though.
So, are we about to see sparks fly live on TV? Probably not. But then again, you never know... It's likely the closest thing we're going to get to a jungle romance!