Jamie Lynn Spears left the British jungle camp early for “medical reasons”.
Britney Spears’ (41) sister Jamie Lynn Spears (32) recently caused a stir when she moved into the British jungle camp. Now the singer and actress has stopped filming “I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!” for health reasons. terminated prematurely.
Jamie Lynn Spears “was a fantastic roommate”
“Jamie Lynn Spears Has ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’ left for medical reasons,” one post said. And further: “She was a fantastic roommate who triumphed in exams and built a good bond with the other celebrities.” ITV does not provide any details about Spears’ exit.
A spokesman for the British broadcaster said Spears has left the camp in Australia and will appear one last time in today’s November 29th edition. The other participants were informed about Spears’ exit.
“I’m totally afraid of everything,” the very nervous Spears told the station before moving in. Like so many other celebrities who decide to take part in jungle camp or similar reality formats, she wanted to show the world what she really was like as a person. Public perception was characterized by “literally every misunderstanding.”
Britney Spears is a “good big sister”
The relationship between the two sisters has been considered tense in recent years following a public argument. In the British version of “I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here!” that she has a “good, big sister” who loves her.
But if there is a dispute, then right. “The world saw that,” said the 32-year-old in an interview with a fellow candidate. She “learned not to talk about it publicly anymore.” The sisters grew up under “very complicated circumstances” and “both had to deal with it in different ways,” she explained. According to her, the two of them sometimes took it out on each other.
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