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someone who lives in the same camp you do

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Ex-footballer campmate Kieron Dyer, who often defended the aristocrat, said: "This whole thing is just not fun any more, is it?
Because - I am delighted to announce - it already looks like the campmates are going to have a miserable time.
Dan said mum Monica, 46 - Pat's wife of 25 years - has laughed off the idea her husband fancies campmates Emily Scott and Jessica-Jane Clement.
Addressing her campmates, she added: "I genuinely think we are so lucky to have been here.
Sarah initially laughed it off - but was livid when they kept getting cosy after Marc told campmate Christopher Biggins it would upset her.
The swimmer, 24, also spoke about how she really felt about beauty queen campmate Amy Willerton.
I'm A Celeb campmate Helen has obviously caught the reality TV bug, as she's one of the names revealed for channel five's new show Celebrity Super Spa.
fir eca csto wwpf After braving the fireball at the start, each jungle campmate had to climb up a large slippery slide and touch a giant star while being blasted with water, wind, plastic balls and foam.
IT'S not every day you see a 70s disco legend and a wacky I'm A Celebrity campmate wandering through Liscard together, but here's proof positive that it can happen.
All of the emails were read to the recipient by another campmate.
Former campmate Faith Brown reckons the bravest people in the jungle this year have been Lorraine Chase and Stefanie Powers.
HE'S the strong silent type, with just a hint of campmate romance, but Stuart Manning couldn't be a more worthy King of the Jungle according to his former Hollyoaks pals.
EDWINA CURRIE is favourite to be first campmate evicted from I'm A Celebrity after her row with former Playboy pin-up Kendra Wilkinson.
CONTROVERSIAL Tory MP Nadine Dorries last night became the first campmate to be booted out of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.