Danielle Harold reveals I'm A Celeb campmate 'snubbed' her before the show | The Sun

DANIELLE Harold has revealed one of her I'm a Celebrity campmates "snubbed" her in an awkward move before the show.

Former EastEnders star Danielle, 31, became the fifth person to leave the I'm a Celebrity jungle earlier this week.

In a clip posted on Instagram the actress opened up about her immediate plans after getting back to reality.

Danielle said: "The first person that I'm going to follow on social media is Tony Bellew.

"Tony is the best guy ever! He's just amazing."

But Danielle also revealed that Sam Thompson had awkwardly snubbed her on social media before they spent time in the jungle together.

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She added: "By the way I already follow Sam – he doesn't follow me back though!"

The person running Sam's account while he's in the jungle was quick to comment on the clip, writing: "Consider it done."

But despite his social media faux pas Danielle is tipping Sam to be crowned King of the Jungle tomorrow night.

Calling Sam her "brother for life" she added: "He's the most amazing guy, my best mate in there and we just had the absolute best time. We did not stop laughing the whole way."

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Danielle has also lifted the lid on a secret struggle she battled with in the jungle.

Speaking to The Sun after her exit, Danielle told how she was "eaten alive" by ants while living in the Australian camp.

She said: "Listen, that jungle eats you alive. I've eaten by ants. The littlest thing in that jungle is the worst. I can't stress how hard it is living in the jungle."

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