I'm A Celebrity stars Lady Colin Campbell and Duncan Bannatyne are still at loggerheads, with both celebrities refusing to attend the show's wrap party.
After Vicky Pattison was crowned Queen of the jungle during last night's final, she joined her fellow campmates, friends, family and Ant and Dec at the I'm A Celeb party to celebrate her win.
However, not all of her co-stars where there to mark the moment with her, as reports have revealed Lady C and Duncan were a no-show, thanks to their ongoing feud.
According to The Mirror, Lady C and Duncan both decided not to go to the wrap party with everyone else.
Lady C's son Dima chose to go on her behalf, but Duncan did not attend. A source told the paper, that he and Tony Hadly continued to keep their distance from the 66-year-old and avoided her when they came face-to-face during the pre-party drinks.
They said: "It was pretty awkward and there is a clear divide. Duncan and Tony Hadley stayed sat down drinking and made no attempt to acknowledge Lady C."
A show insider for I'm A Celeb, meanwhile, said there was "no chance" of Lady C being in the same place as Tony and Duncan.
"Everyone is happy the show is over and most of the celebs are happy Vicky won and was a worthy winner," the insider explained. "But there is unfinished business with Lady C and there it is definitely not a case of forgive and forget."
"There was no way Duncan, Tony and Lady C would have got on the same bus to go to the party anyway," they said.
New's of Lady C and Duncan's refusal to attend comes after viewers watched the pair continue to row throughout their stay in the jungle.
Ever since *that* explosive row between Lady C and Tony (after he refused to be her bell boy), the trio were involved in countless spats and their childish arguing took its toll on the rest of the camp. Vicky famously said it was like the Hunger Games, telling Ferne McCann: "All nice people but put them together and they are just aggy."
Viewers were then left shocked as it was revealed Lady C had quit I'm A Celeb. She left on medical grounds, but later claimed Duncan and Tony had forced her out - accusing them of bullying her.
"I think there were so many arguments because Duncan and Tony had taken the decision to shut me up, shut me down and run me out of the camp," she said. "There is no prospect of me ever having Tony or Duncan in my life in any way, shape or form. They have earned my disregard...they will have to live with it."
She has since hinted she could take legal action over their behaviour, but reps for both Tony and Duncan have denied Lady C's bullying claims, branding them as "disrespectful."
ITV has also had its say on the matter, denying that Lady C was bullied and mistreated as she claimed.
In a statement, ITV said: "No one who has left the camp so far has said she was being bullied. Indeed, it was Lady C who resorted to name-calling and offensive remarks in her exchanges with Duncan and Tony."
They ended by saying: "As has always been the case, what viewers see is a fair and accurate representation of what goes on in camp."
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