‘We're being starved, humiliated’

Written By komlim puldel on Minggu, 15 Februari 2015 | 23.08

Im A CelebrityGet Me Out Of Here! Tim Robards and Laura Dundovic Are Eliminated. Courtesy: Network Ten

On I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! Joel Creasey And Chrissie Swan Feeling Depressed. Courtesy Channel Ten.

Spirits low ... the mood in the celebrity camp has hit a new low. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

THE mood in the jungle camp has hit a dangerous new low and the stars of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! are at breaking point, lashing out at makers of the show over their living conditions.

They're hungry, bored and fed up, and now some of the personalities are openly discussing whether to walk out on the Network Ten reality series.

The Bachelor season one star Tim Robards and former beauty queen Laura Dundovic were sent packing during Sunday's double elimination and many of the remaining campers might've wished it was them heading home.

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Home time ... Laura Dundovic has been sent packing. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

Poor Anna ... Tim Robards has been eliminated just a week after entering as an intruder. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

"It feels bad," a clearly flat Chrissie Swan admitted at the weekend.

"It doesn't feel joyous at all — it feels like torture and being humiliated. We're being starved. There's a bare minimum to keep us alive and that's (all they're giving us)."

Struggle street ... Chrissie Swan is not coping again and thinking of leaving. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

During the first week of the show, the reality star told producers she wanted to leave but changed her mind after sleeping on the decision.

Now a "depressed" Swan seems to be again contemplating walking out of the South African camp.

"I just want to make the decision to leave and not be talked out of it. I think six weeks is too long. If it was easier, I could probably do it."

Not coping ... Chrissie Swan doubts if she can last the full stint in the jungle. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

When former Hi-5 performer Lauren Brant asked if she was ready to walk away from "the money" and into a media storm, Swan said she didn't mind.

During the emotional discussion, Brant delivered a stinging spray at makers of the show, claiming she has experienced blackouts from hunger.

"They're not actually listening to us," she said. "We tell them we're struggling and they ignore us. I couldn't do that for work, I tell you that much."

Not happy ... Lauren Brant and Joel Creasey whinge about camp life. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

With fewer challenges to complete during the weekend, Brant concluded that the crew was off enjoying some down time.

"We're still here doing the same old s**t thing and they give us nothing to do."

The show's medical team point out the small daily ration of rice and beans is a nutritionally adequate diet and that the stars are regularly monitored.

Their "starvation" is more likely a continuing detox from sugar, carbs and coffee.

Campers can win additional food through regular Tucker Trials and Celebrity Chest challenges.

For those struggling to cope, a psychologist is also available at any time for a private conversation.

Changed woman ... Laura Dundovic says she'll go home a different person — and not necessarily for the better. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

Before she was booted, model and former Miss Universe Australia winner Dundovic revealed she has felt like collapsing on several occasions. Her jungle experience has been a particularly trying one, she said.

"I don't think I'll be the same when I go back (home)."

Capping off a flat weekend for the stars, tensions rose over cooking duties in camp with TV icon Andrew Daddo and former AFL player Barry Hall snapping, in a case of too many cooks in the kitchen.

"I was probably a bit blunt tonight," Hall admitted, after telling Maureen McCormick to go away.

"But I don't care anymore — I've had enough."

Comedian Joel Creasey also continues to cycle from happy to sad, admitting that cricket legend Merv Hughes' "sexist" behaviour is too much to bare.

Stinging glare ... if looks could kill, Laura would be in a lot of trouble. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

And there was trouble in romantic paradise for Robards and Anna Heinrich, after he gave Dundovic a massage, earning him some angry looks from his lady.

Despite some rewards and a few games, the mood remains flat. Just an hour before Sunday's show went to air, most of the celebs were talking about how disappointed they'd be if they were saved.

The arrival of the two new intruders, English cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff and celebrity cook Julie Goodwin may go some way to lifting spirits.

New arrivals ... Julie Goodwin and Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff are about to arrive in the jungle. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied

But if it all becomes too much, any of the campers can yell those magic words — "I'm a celebrity — get me out of here" — and scurry back to the comforts of home.

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs Monday to Thursday at 7.30pm and Sunday at 6.30pm on Network Ten.

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