I'm A Celeb's Fred Sirieix shares the real reason for his feud with Josie Gibson
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I'm A Celeb has had yet another eviction, with First Dates' Fred Sirieix being the third to be voted out of the Aussie camp.
Grace Dent and Jamie Lynn Spears already quit the ITV show on medical grounds, and were shortly followed by the evictions of Frankie Dettori and Nella Rose before Fred's departure.
After an initial clash with YouTuber Nella Rose - who was offended by Fred's comment about him being old enough to be her dad - the Frenchman soon found himself in disagreement with Josie.
The pair seemed to regularly clash when it came to cooking and, after Fred left the show last night (5 December), he addressed the comments he'd made towards Josie throughout the show.
Namely, when he criticised her cooking and attempted to step in with the cheffing duties after the role was taken off of him.
Defending his actions, the 51-year-old told Ant and Dec there was one particular thing about Josie's cooking that bothered him.
He told the dynamic duo: "She's just making it up as she goes along. So I think there's a lot at stake with the food.
"And it's not just what you're cooking at the moment which of course is going to be good, because the produce is incredible, it is what you can do the next day with the leftovers of the bones."
He continued: "You really need the calories, and you've got to find them whenever you can. I think we missed out on quiet a few meals [by not recycling ingredients]."
During the exit chat, Fred also opened up about his relationship with Nigel Farage.
"It was great in camp because Nigel is a doer, we can work together, we can go and collect wood and water," he claimed.
However, the pair often clashed over conversations surrounding immigration and Brexit with Fred adding: "But yeah, there is a side of Nigel Farage that I cannot connect with and I will never connect with him.
"He hasn't brought me around to his way of thinking, no."
Looking back on his time in camp, Fred shared: "My time in the jungle has been an amazing experience, I got to meet some wonderful people.
"It is like another life and here I am. I was living in the moment and not thinking about what was happening next. I found it quite easy because I really prepared myself."
When asked if he had been a tad pushy when it came to taking part in the trials, he explained: "I put myself forward. They agreed because it was already pre agreed that they wanted me to do it and the second time, which was yesterday with Marvin, and I said okay, I've been training with Marvin, I'll go and do it with him.
"I felt like going with him, so we went and it was fun."
Fred also revealed he's now backing Sam Thompson to be crowned the King of the Jungle.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs on ITV Sunday to Friday at 9pm and Saturday at 9.30pm.