I’m A Celeb fans furious as huge moment is cut from show and won’t be shown on TV | The Sun

I'M A Celebrity fans were left furious after a huge jungle mishap appeared to have been edited out.

Viewers of the ITV reality series were left incensed after learning Janice Dickinson, 68, had decided to quit following a fall – with the trip scenes not making the final cut.

The Sun was first to report how the Hollywood model left camp after a shocking incident and revealed her gruesome injury

I'm A Celebrity favourite Helen Flanagan, 32, was then tasked with reading an emotional letter from Janice to camp, explaining her absence.

Yet while viewers were told the feisty star tripped over as she walked to the Long Drop during the night, the scenes of her doing so were not actually aired.

This led one fan to write on Twitter: "Was kinda hoping they showed the fall."

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A second then demanded: "Why not show it then??"

A third posted: "I think it's wrong to not allow viewing participation with this one. Why was this decision made?

"We the viewers love that part, you've let many of us down. I wouldn't be surprised if the viewing numbers are low."

Others weren't convinced as to the validity of her apparent fall.

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One wrote: "Fall my foot."

A second then put: "A fall? Big deal! She could have stayed in, a fall isn’t that serious!"

Before she quit, Janice stunned fans as she launched into a sweary rant at Joe Swash.

Meanwhile, opening up on her jungle exit subsequently, Janice told how the "right decision" had been reached.

She broke her silence and said: "I could have been the one to be second runner up or even win this series because I was just so steadfast and physiological with it. I was just waiting and biding my time with it all.

"I did my fair share in standing up, falling down. Getting my face in the dirt. I felt like they could have possibly cleaned my wounds and set me back on my path in there.

"But Production made the right decision in the end to not send me back in. I’m just sad it ended that way.

"I think I could have gone back in and gone on further."

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I'm A Celebrity…South Africa continues Tuesday at 9pm on ITV1, catch up on the full series on ITVX.

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