We're only 24 hours into the celebrity reality show and there's already been an early exit.
She's a celebrity. And she got out of there. Reports this afternoon indicate that 'Love Island' star Olivia Attwood has been forced to exit 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here' after just 24 hours on the show.
The ITV reality competition kicked off last night, which saw the 31-year-old reality TV star jump out of a helicopter with radio DJ and TV presenter Chris Moyles. Landing on the beach, the "VIP" pair then joined up with '80s pop star Boy George and TV presenter Scarlette Douglas for a night of rough sleeping before taking part in the series' first Bushtucker trial, which was set to feature in tonight's episode. Unfortunately, however, it appears her trip to the Australian jungle was very short-lived.
Olivia has been forced to withdraw from the show based on medical grounds, which could most likely be caused by what happened during the already-filmed Bushtucker trial. Despite wanting to continue with the show, however, medics have advised her to leave camp for good. Well, she didn't actually make it to camp in the end, it appears.
According to The Mirror, she's already on her way back home to the UK.
An 'I'm A Celebrity' spokesperson told the publication: "As a precautionary measure Olivia needed to leave the jungle to undergo medical checks. Unfortunately, the medical team has advised that it is not safe for Olivia to return to camp as there needs to be further investigation.
"She has been absolutely brilliant and she'll be very much missed on the show."
It really is a pity that Olivia Attwood has been forced to leave 'I'm A Celebrity' so early, as she was one of the early favourites to win the competition. The first-ever 'Love Island' contestant on the show, she managed to jump out of the helicopter relatively easily on last night's season premiere and even managed to get her "VIP" partner Chris running alongside her to see what was next.
Attwood exits the competition as two more celebrities are set to enter. The former Health Secretary Matt Hancock and comedian Seann Walsh will enter into camp in the coming days.