'I didn't class it as bullying' - Iain Lee dismisses reports after leaving 'I'm A Celebrity'

'I didn't class it as bullying' - Iain Lee dismisses reports after leaving 'I'm A Celebrity'

Iain Lee spoke to Paul about his time in the jungle (Credit: YouTube)

Monday, December 11, 2017

Iain Lee has dismissed reports of being bullied during his time in 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here.'

Our presenter made it to the final, where he came in third place behind actor Jamie Lomas and 'Made In Chelsea' star Georgia Toffolo. 

In his first interview since leaving the jungle, he told Paul Ross about the experience, dismissing reports of being bullied by Dennis Wise, Lomas, and Amir Khan.

He said: "Let’s not bandy the word bullying around, It’s strong and I didn’t class it as bullying at all. 

"There’s two different cultures – the laddish, sports, jock kind of culture, and then the self-loathing, anxious, poetry reading bloke going through a midlife crisis.

"I had an argument with Dennis, a little something with Jamie, but what they don’t show of course is half an hour later we’re all hugging and kissing and saying how much we love each other."

Iain spoke more about the overall experience, including the meeting with his sister Jo, who he hadn't seen for two and a half years. 

He said: "It wasn’t the reunion I was expecting, but it was wonderful, I loved it. 

"I came out about six hours ago, the reality of it hasn’t sunk in.

"Overall, it was good. There were some really bad bits, tense bits, but overall it was great, rewarding.

"I’ve learnt a lot about myself.... I ate a pig’s vagina. I’ve had a great time."

He also confirmed he will be making his producer Kath do a bushtucker trial when he returns to talkRADIO - stay tuned for this. 

Listen above.

See the moment Iain reunites with his sister here: 

 

 

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