I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star, Emily Atack made a savage dig at former contestant Katie Price during last nights episode.
The former Inbetweeners star, 29, suggested that her co-hosts Joel Dommett and Adam Thomas "visited the clinic" after they bathed in the same pool the Pricey and former husband Peter Andre first canoodled in.
Giving viewers a tour of the camp, the I'm A Celebrity… Extra hosts appeared in a pre-recorded segment when comedian Joel and actor Adam decided to strip to their Calvin's and dive into the pool.
Newly-wed Joel, 33, said: "This is where Katie Price and Peter Andre had fondles."
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The funnyman was referring to the 2003 series of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! when the former Loose Women host fell in love with the Cypriot singer and shared a cuddle in the same pool of water.
However, when the clip cut back to the trio in the jungle studio, a disgruntled Emily said: "I hope you boys went to the clinic after being in that pool."
Joel joked: "Oh yeah, we did. And we tested positive to Insania." referencing Peter's 2004 track that he penned during his jungle experience.
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Emily went on to add: "Love you, Peter."
However, it appears that Emily is in luck as the mum-of-five is allegedly not watching the show this year.
A source close to the businesswoman said that Katie is refusing to watch after hopes of appearing on the show for a third time were "snubbed" by ITV executives.
The insider went on to add that 41-year-old Katie is said to be "gutted" and will instead be watching a box-set instead of the hit show.
Katie appeared on the show in 2009 and then again in 2009/
During her second appearance in the jungle, Katie quit after she was faced with too many bush tucker trials.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs on ITV at 9pm
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