I & # 39; m A Celebrity: According to Hugo Taylor, his stars are forced to stop their medication at the camp & # 39;
Hugo Taylor has claimed that stars were forced to stop taking their medication during the I & # 39; m A Celebrity & # 39; s 2012 series.
The former star of Made In Chelsea, 32, has alleged celebrities unable to continue with their medication because of the lack of food they received in the camp.
As a result, he claims that it has caused real problems that have never been broadcast & # 39; during the 12th series of the show, as camp mates have never mentioned it before.
Shockingly: Hugo Taylor has claimed that stars were forced to stop taking their medication during I & # 39; m A Celebrity's 2012 series, due to the lack of food they received at the camp
In an interview with Digital Spy, Hugo referred to & strange happenings & # 39; that took place in the jungle camp, due to their pathetic diet of rice and beans.
Especially his series saw celebrities starved of food, as former Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan struggled to win meals for the camp, after being constantly brought forward for the Bushtucker trials.
Hugo told the publication: "We had a few weird things in the jungle that we have never talked about unanimously and probably never will.
It happened from the camera because people did not have food and because there is no food or they have specific requirements for their diet or intake of specific medication – many people say drugs & # 39; Participate in food & # 39; – Some people stopped taking their medication that caused real problems. & # 39;
Mysterious: he claims that the lack of food has caused real problems that have never been broadcasted & # 39; during the 12th series of the show, since camp mates have never deliberately chosen to speak about camping
Weird: Hugo alluded to strange happenings & # 39; that took place in the jungle camp, due to their pathetic diet of rice and beans that meant that some celebs could not continue with medication on an empty stomach
While he did not reveal what the & # 39; problems & # 39; had been, Hugo claimed – who is married to his fellow Millie Mackintosh, also claimed – a & # 39; jungle-secret & # 39; to be among his camp mates.
When contacting MailOnline, a representative for ITV refused to comment.
In Hugo's series, celebrities wrestled with the lack of food that was available and comedian Brian Conley was forced to leave the show after only nine days in camp. He suffered from exhaustion and malnutrition and declared after leaving that he had stopped taking antidepressants, despite show bosses who urged him to continue.
He revealed in an interview with The Mirror that he was forced to stop taking his antidepressants because of the severe hunger he was facing. He had taken the tablets for 15 years, but decided to stop when they made him ill on an empty stomach.
Leaving early: Hugo's series struggled with the lack of food available and comedian Brian Conley was forced to leave the show after only nine days in the camp – after suffering from exhaustion and malnutrition
Candid: He revealed that he stopped taking antidepressants because they made him sick on an empty stomach – despite producers who urged him to continue his medication as the protocol was
Producers, however, have instructed Brian to continue his medication, where the star claimed: "The producers told me that if I did not meet the regulations, I would not be on the show.
Now this is under extreme conditions and I started to feel very bad because I had to leave very soon afterwards.
& # 39; I felt bad about the room because it was out of my control. It was their decision, I could not lie to them [about taking the tablets]I am an honest guy. I am very proud that I stayed with my pistols. & # 39;
Brian added: & # 39; You must adhere to these rules. It all became very official and rightly so, ITV is a big, huge company and they have to do a good job. If I have taken these tablets, I have to take them. & # 39;
Frankly: Brian said: & # 39; You have to stick to these rules, ITV is a big, big company and they have to do it right. If I have taken these tablets with me, I have to take them & # 39;
I & # 39; m A Celebrity is planning to return for his 16th series, with the stars of this year starting to find their way to Brisbane on the Gold Coast of Australia.
Show host Declan Donnelly, Down Under has arrived with wife Ali Astall. It will be the first year that he presents the show without his co-host Ant McPartlin.
Holly Willoughby will join the star instead because she has been called by ITV to replace Ant this time. Ant is currently taking a longer break from TV to continue his recovery after an incident with a beverage drive and a rehabilitation treatment for painkillers addiction.
Holly's addition to I & # 39; m A Celebrity was confirmed in August and she will be accompanied in Australia by her husband Dan Baldwin and their three children; Harry, nine, Belle, seven and Chester, four.
Changes: Show host Declan Donnelly has arrived Down Under with wife Ali Astall – it will be the first year that he presents the show without his co-host Ant McPartlin
She has revealed that she will get her bread from school to go abroad this month, which means her offspring may be missing up to a month of school because I am a celeb who has been running for three weeks.
Holly admitted she had a tendency to accept the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in Australia when she knew she could fly her children with her.
The This Morning Star shared the disappointment of her three young children when they found out that she was hiring a private teacher and that their stay in Australia would not be a vacation.
Prior talking about her addition to I & # 39; m A Celebrity, Holly said she could not be more enthusiastic & # 39; to fill Ant's shoes, as they stated: 'These are great shoes, not to fill, but just to stay warm for a bit.'
December added: "I am very grateful to Holly for agreeing to come with me to Australia this year. She was at the top of my list and I'm glad she said yes. & # 39;
Excited: Holly has said that she & # 39; no longer uplifting & # 39; could have been to fill the shoes of Ant, when they stated: "These are great shoes, not to fill, but just to stay a bit warm."
Holly has claimed that she & # 39; never wanted & # 39; to be offered a presenting place at I & # 39; m A Celebrity. According to Daily Star, the mother-of-three said: "It was a job I never wanted to be offered because nobody ever wanted the day to come that Dec was without Ant."
The presentation duo has been a co-host for their 20-year career in television and only in the past two years Decie had to drive certain series without Ant, with I & # 39; m A Celeb as the last.
Holly added: "I told Ant that I would fit him for his show – because it is still his show – and I would go for him on Dec. & # 39;
Among the names that are going into the jungle this year are Love Island & # 39; s Alexandra Cane, football manager Harry Redknapp and presenter Nick Knowles.
Stand in: Holly has been overtaken to replace Ant – it is the first time he has not presented the show in 16 years