Lucy Pargeter Gets I'm A Celebrity Boot
Emmerdale actress finishes third in this year's jungle reality show...
Lucy Pargeter has been voted off I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! in the semi-final.
Viewers of last night's show saw the Emmerdale actress become the 10th contestants to get the boot from the jungle this year - leaving just Kian Egan and David Emanuel to battle it out for the win in tonight's grand finale.
On hearing the news she roared: "YES! Baby I'm coming to get you!"
And she told hosts Ant and Dec that despite getting embroiled in several rows, she had been trying to keep a lid on her temper.
"I'm very straight talking and I can be very direct. I didn't want to offend anyone down there.
"We were a very, very small group and I didn't want to cause any upset or tension. It's hard in there. I just don't want to cause any aggro that isn't necessary."
But meanwhile Amy Willerton, who was evicted alongside Joey Essex the night before, has been telling The Sun that Lucy and Laila Morse went for her throat.
"Lucy and Laila were having a go at me from the start. They turned on me and ripped me to hell.
"At first it was just the eyes and the looks. I was thinking, 'There is something wrong here'. And then the more Becky sided with them, the more I felt frozen out.
"It was a shock because I never expected that kind of bitchiness. It was worse than anything I ever experienced competing in Miss Universe.
"I felt like I was a scapegoat at times. At first they were having a go when they had no reason at all for doing it. Then as soon as I slipped up and they had a reason, it was milked. They went out of their way to be mean and make me feel I wasn’t good enough.
"What I didn’t know was how much was being said behind my back, and that was difficult for me because I always try to be straight with people. When I found out after leaving the camp I did have a bit of a meltdown.
"I was hearing so many different stories and I had no idea what was going on. I didn't know what to believe, and I was saying to the producers, 'Look, I need to know the facts of what happened'. I did get emotional and I was a bit of a mess.
"I was really worried that I had genuinely upset people while I was in the camp, because the last thing I wanted to do was to be offensive."