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First, the model was teaching the Towie star how to tell the time, the next she was giving him a tender massage.
Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington joked: "I can't take the sexual tension anymore. I feel like I'm watching porn with my parents."
But obviously these two aren't the first contestants to strike up a connection in the jungle, as we recall the chemistry between other camp-mates of years gone by in the jungle by below:
1. A Whole New World...
The answer to love's young dream - or so we had hoped - Katie Price and Peter Andre meeting on I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here in 2004. Who could forget the moment Katie slapped Peter's wandering busy, busy hands while the pair were enjoying a cuddle in a hammock? »
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Rugby Union: Leicester v Ospreys
7.30pm, Sky Sports 2
Live coverage of the opening round of the Lv Cup – Aka the Anglo-Welsh Cup – from Leicester's Welford Road stadium. Both teams look in decent shape: reigning English Premiership champions Leicester have started the new season of that competition solidly, and Ospreys have done likewise in the Pro12, only wobbling in a couple of Heineken Cup fixtures against Leinster and Northampton last month. Leicester won this competition in 2012, Ospreys in 2008 – when they beat Leicester in the final. Andrew Mueller
Stobart: Trucks, Trains & Planes
8pm, Channel 5
Doubtless no one is more surprised than Eddie Stobart himself that this fly-on-the-wall series on his logistics empire is now entering its sixth year. This time »
- Andrew Mueller, Ben Arnold, John Robinson, David Stubbs, Mark Jones, Ali Catterall, Ben Beaumont-Thomas
Jessie J became the first coach to jump out of the good Voice UK ship today (July 5), claiming that her music commitments rule her out of the BBC talent show's third cycle of spinning chairs.
It's not yet known whether Sir Tom, Danny or will are back for series three, but the search is already on to find a female popstar to replace J-j-j-Jessie.
The bookmakers have already started listing the usual suspects (Cheryl, Kylie, Adele), but here at Digital Spy we've come up with a list of serious replacements, who we believe to be genuine possible contenders for series three.
If the BBC wants a like-for-like Jessie J replacement, personality-wise you couldn't get much closer than Miss Stone. She has a Marmite effect on the general public, she isn't afraid of speaking her mind and she's fond of an impromptu warble. We can easily imagine her dancing »
The Voice UK series two may only just have ended but here at Digital Spy we're already looking ahead to more big, red spinning chairs in 2014.
After two years of Jessie J gurning, Sir Tom Jones growling and name-dropping, Danny O'Donoghue standing on his chair and will.i.am being dope, it's highly likely that we will see some new faces in next year's coaching lineup.
So who would you like to see swinging around in the Blind Auditions next year?
Cheryl Cole and Tulisa might fancy »
Digital Spy can reveal the first pairings and songs for this year's The Voice UK Battle Rounds.
The first episode this Saturday (May 11) will see six pairs of contestants chosen by Jessie J, will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue in the Blind Auditions go head-to-head singing the same track at the same time.
Jessie J will also see four of her acts sing for survival - Katie Benbow and Sarah Cassidy will tackle Katy Perry's 'Et', and Ash Morgan and Adam Barron attempt to impress with James Morrison's 'I Won't Let You Go'.
Matthews will be reunited with Sir Tom Jones, while Santiago will partner up with his long-term friend will.i.am. Matthews and Santiago appeared on the show last year at the same stage in the competition.
'White Flag' singer Dido will be helping Danny O'Donoghue pick out his best six acts from his team of 12.
There are 48 contestants remaining on the BBC talent show, but that number will be nearly halved by the end of the Battle Rounds.
Singers will go head-to-head in a sing-off and the coaches can only take through half their acts.
In a new twist, the coaches will also be able to 'Steal' »
From The Heart: A Tonight Special
With fewer than a third of the population currently registered as donors, the UK is facing an organ shortage crisis. Sensing that the issue may have more to do with a lack of public understanding than unwillingness, ITV has put together an awareness–raising evening balancing entertainment and elucidation. First up is a Tonight report on some of those seeking donors, which is followed by a show featuring performances from Hugh Laurie, Pixie Lott and McFly. Gwilym Mumford
Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners
8pm, Channel 4
It's clear by now that Channel 4 has an obsessive compulsion to produce portrayals of disability and neurological disorders. So this new six–part series, in which a Welsh Ocd sufferer called Linda Dykes sets up her own cleaning company »
- Gwilym Mumford, Ali Catterall, Jonathan Wright, Mark Jones, John Robinson, Julia Raeside
7 items from 2013
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