Fred faces 'forceful behaviour' allegations on I'm A Celeb

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Fred Sirieix, the First Dates star, faced accusations of being "forceful" in his eagerness to participate in bushtucker trials on the popular reality show, I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

During a pivotal moment on the ITV series, Sirieix, 51, expressed his firm intent to join JLS singer Marvin Humes in a challenging wall trial. Despite initial suggestions from fellow celebrities, Sirieix confidently asserted his decision, even brushing off playful suggestions from Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson.

The situation sparked some tension among the campmates, with Thompson expressing his willingness to contribute and help the team but feeling overlooked. This led to discussions among the group members, with differing opinions about Sirieix's assertiveness in making decisions.

Former boxer Tony Bellew advised Sirieix to relax, while others felt there should have been a collective vote. Observations were made about Sirieix's assertive nature, with some labeling him as socially unaware.

However, despite the conflict, Sirieix and Humes managed to secure a commendable five stars out of a potential eight during the trial. The ongoing dynamics in the camp continue to be a point of interest for viewers as the show progresses.

The incident coincided with previous episodes where Sirieix's assertiveness was evident, causing some playful banter with the show's hosts, Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.

The unfolding drama and challenges faced by the contestants continue to captivate audiences as I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! airs on STV and ITVX, promising more intriguing moments in the coming episodes.

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