I'm A Celebrity's Rebecca Adlington declares: "I'm NOT pregnant!"

Published Friday, Dec 6 2013, 13:55 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here's latest casualty Rebecca Adlington has confirmed that she is not pregnant.

Olympic swimmer Rebecca, 24, was voted out of the jungle last night (5 December) and she has now spoken out after it was rumoured that a baby was to blame for her Bushtucker Trial exemptions.

Rebecca Adlington speaks to Lorraine Kelly about I'm A Celebrity - 6 December 2013


Appearing live from Australia on ITV1's Lorraine today, Rebecca insisted: "I'm definitely not pregnant, I wouldn't be going into jungle if I was!"

She added: "I'm absolutely fine - every single person went through it, Mo was excluded from a few, David, Matthew, myself...

"I didn't know what the trials were, I had no control over them, all you get told is… you do the medical at the start and you get told you can't do them.

"It's definitely nothing serious and nothing to worry about, don't panic!"

'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here' TV Programme, Australia - 27 Nov 2013
Amy Willerton and Rebecca Adlington
27 Nov 2013


Early on in this series, Rebecca - who was voted out last night alongside Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air star Alfonso Ribeiro - was shown getting upset after a debate with model Amy Willerton about beauty contests.

Speaking about her own insecurities, Rebecca admitted: "I think it's part of being a woman, even men have insecurities. Everyone is insecure about things and it's something that has definitely been a bit of a struggle for myself.

"I know I'm not the prettiest of people so of course I'm going to be insecure and especially when people comment on things.

"It just happened that a topic came up about it and it does make me sad, it does get to me, it does obviously bother me so I couldn't help but shed the tears unfortunately."

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