Charlotte Crosby broke down in tears as she dumped her I’m A Celebrity co-star Ryan Gallagher after getting close in the jungle.
The Geordie Shore star, who is appearing on the Australian version of the show, insisted she “doesn’t want a boyfriend” but that the Married At First Sight star is “all she’s wanted”.
In the latest episode of the show, Charlotte, 31, told Ryan: “I’m not ready to jump in a relationship. Because I’ve just jumped out of one.”
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Ryan replied: “Exactly, exactly.”
Charlotte said it was a “weird situation to be in”, telling one of her campmates: “The thing is, I like him, I fancy him, I have a great time with him.
“We have so many laughs, I think he’s so fit. He’s everything that I would want in a boyfriend. But right now, I do not want a boyfriend.”
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She later breaks down in tears in the Bush Telegraph, saying: “I think with all the excitement, I came in here, there was attraction and all of a sudden, I had like, no food in me system and I had clouded thinking.”
“I was going light headed. I got carried away. Then I remembered what me mam told us, ‘Do not be stupid and do what you always do’.”
She finished: “You know what I’ve learned in the past? My mam is always right. I can’t just jump into another one!”
Charlotte had been getting hot and heavy with Ryan in the jungle, just months after her split from Love Island star Joshua Ritchie.
Discussing their breakup in the jungle, Charlotte said: "I recently split up with my boyfriend of two years and it has been a pretty bad break-up.
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"I'd go to work every day, have late nights and travel around everywhere, and he would be sat playing on his PlayStation."
She later said in the Bush Telegraph: "Ryan thinks that I always pick the wrong kind of people — and I do think that is kind of true.
"I think that I'm my own worst enemy — I'm dangerous to myself. I'll be walking out of [the jungle] with a baboon by the end of this and trying to marry it."
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