I'm a Celeb's Iain Lee admits he's really struggling

Justin Harp
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From Digital Spy

With the bullying row intensifying more by the day on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here, Iain Lee is acknowledging that he's struggling to get along with the other campers.

The hot topic thus far in the ITV reality competition is whether the campers have been isolating Iain for failing two early tasks, leading to heated debate from Rylan Clark-Neal and Phillip Schofield, among others.

Viewers tuning in on Thursday night (December 7) watched the most uncomfortable scenes yet, as Iain finally fought back against Amir Khan and Dennis Wise after being goaded once again over his trial performances in the past.

However, Iain did win the latest vote-off over Dennis Wise during the night's live portion. Later on Extra Camp, the radio DJ candidly answered viewer questions live from the Bush Telegraph.

Asked what his greatest challenge has been so far in the jungle, Iain admitted: "I'm a very nervous, socially-awkward person so the thing I've struggled with most is being around ten other big personalities. Normally, I'm quite isolated."

Iain indicated that he'd be leaning on Jennie McAlpine in camp for support in the remaining days, and also stressed how proud he felt to have stuck it out so far in I'm a Celebrity.

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"I think my biggest achievement has been staying in the jungle," he said. "There's been a couple of times when I've wanted to go, and I tend to walk away from things. So, staying here has been a big achievement for me."

The former 11 O'Clock Show host continues to get support from many viewers on social media too. Amir Khan and Dennis Wise haven't got that same reaction, with many demanding ITV to take action against the bullying:

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