ITV I’m A Celeb star branded ‘fear-faker’ trying to be ‘star of the show’ by expert
20.11.2023 - 18:31
I'm A Celebrity has kicked off for another series in style, bringing with it a host of new campmates and Bushtucker trials. So far, singer Marvin Humes, First Dates maitre d' Fred Sirieix, actress Danielle Harold, actor Nick Pickard, Britney's sister Jamie Lynn Spears and food critic Grace Dent have made their way into camp.
They were joined by former politician and GB News host Nigel Farage, influencer Nella Rose, Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson and This Morning host Josie Gibson.
There's sure to be a few late arrivals in the camp, but, as the others start to settle in, body language expert Judi James spoke exclusively with Paddy Power Games.
In their chat, she analysed a number of interactions, including when Nigel and Josie met and she also revealed who is faking their fear... Who is faking their fear in the jungle? Judi said: “Celebrities often gain votes by acting fearful during the first few days of the show.
Fear responses get them more camera time and they make the viewers laugh. "They can also be an important stage in any personality/branding rehab process when celebs that have become notorious or unpopular prior to the show try to pretend they’re being put through the emotional mill to gain sympathy and forgiveness from the public.” The expert said Fred is the biggest fear faker in the jungle so far and that his body language looked incongruent when he said "I'm scared of everything".
"He said the line with a hand gesture of evaluation as though measuring and working out the best lines to help him be the star of the show," Judi explained. “In the helicopter, his fear responses looked like pure panto.
Screaming at just being in a helicopter he had his mouth fully open while his arms were rigid. "He looked up as
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