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Monday 16th December 2019

I'm A Celebrity: Jacqueline Jossa fears she'll 'break' if public keep voting for her to do the trials

Husband Dan asks fans to stop voting for her

Jacqueline Jossa fears she will "break" in the I'm A Celebrity jungle if the public keep voting for her to do the show's Bushtucker Trials.

After being voted to take part in yet another trial, Jacqueline headed into the Bush Telegraph to pour her heart out.

She said: "You worry and think why are people voting for me, there’s only so much you can do before you do break."

Jacqueline put her head in her hands after hearing she might be picked to do the Crevice Of Cruelty task (Credit: ITV)

She added: "I hope I don’t break. I hope I don’t break."

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Jac broke down in tears on Saturday night's show after she was voted to do the Crevice Of Cruelty task with Ian Wright.

I took myself off, had a little moment, looked at my kids on my pillow and I'll do the best I can, for them.

She said: "I don't want to do any more, man."

The actress also cried when viewers voted for her to do the Snake Hotel trial with Myles Stephenson.

Ian took part in the trial alongside Jac (Credit: ITV)

She also lost it ahead of the Face Your Fears trial.

As well as being counselled by her campmates, Jac also has the support of her husband Dan Osborne.

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He urged his Instagram followers: "Give her a break please because she's getting upset now."

Last night, viewers saw Jacqueline break down as she cuddled a pillow featuring pictures of her daughters Ella and Mia.

Jacqueline took herself off to have "a little moment" with her kids (Credit: ITV)

"I took myself off, had a little moment, looked at my kids on my pillow and I'll do the best I can, for them," Jac said.

"I think she's just really scared and I know exactly that feeling and you just get to a point where you're too tired and you think, I can't do it again," said Kate Garraway.

"You just have to remember, it's for your family," James Haskell reassured the star.

Jacqueline actually fared better than Ian Wright during the Crevice Of Cruelty task as he was heard screaming for his mum during the trial.

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