I'm A Celebrity finalists Frankie Bridge, Danny Miller and Simon Gregson's 'secret feuds' revealedDecember 13, 2021
A body language expert has revealed the 'secret feuds' between I'm a Celebrity finalists Danny Miller, Simon Gregson and Frankie Bridge.
Judi James has insisted that behind their on-screen friendships there were "undercurrents" of disappointment and irritation with Danny, 30, Simon, 47, and 32-year-old Frankie.
Author Judi said: "Somewhere in between all the usual ‘friends for life’ and ‘I had the best time ever’ speeches were some telling undercurrents of open disappointment at losing; irritation for some of the other camp mates, or even impatience to get the whole thing over."
She also speculated that Loose Women star Frankie attempted to hide her disappointment at placing third in the competition.
Judi added to the Mirror: "Frankie’s competitive side showed through as her smile dropped when she got third place and when it did return her teeth were held edge-to-edge in what could have passed for understandable disappointment or annoyance."
During the final meal with all three campmates, Coronation Street star Simon made a joke that he "didn't really like anyone" – but Judi thinks there could be some truth to his comment.
"He might have held his glass up to his face in a barrier to hide behind as he confessed this but his strong eye-stare suggested it might not have been a total joke," she said.
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Judi also commented that Frankie appeared reluctant to place the crown on winner Danny's head.
Speaking during his first interview after winning the show, Emmerdale's Danny confessed the whole thing had been a "nightmare".
During an appearance on Good Morning Britain, he said: "I mean I'll be honest with you, it was an absolute nightmare.
"It was from start to finish it was tension, it was awful. Luckily for me I had David Ginola all the way throughout.
"But I don't think you ever get used to it. I mean I'm used to being in front of the camera but to have a camera recording you all the way throughout y'know 24 hours a day seven days a week, It doesn't make it any easier."
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