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Olivia Attwood’s pals say she did NOT exit I’m A Celebrity after ‘breaking Covid bubble’

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Olivia Attwood was apparently not forced to leave the ITV show for Covid reasons, despite previous reports claiming otherwise.The celeb shocked viewers when she left the Australian-based series within the first 24 hours of arriving.

The Love Island star entered the jungle last Sunday alongside the likes of Boy George, and radio DJ Chris Moyles, and quickly made an impact on fans.During her brief time on the show, Olivia was tipped as a possible Queen of the jungle, but fans were soon left disappointed after ITV confirmed she had to exit the show on medical grounds.On Monday night, host Declan Donnelly said: "Unfortunately, Olivia Attwood has left the jungle for medical reasons and sadly won't be returning."Ant McPartlin added: "Now, she does feature in tonight's show, which was filmed before she had to leave.

We’re very sad to see her go and we wish her well."A spokesperson told “As a precautionary measure Olivia needed to leave the jungle to undergo some medical checks.“Unfortunately the medical team has advised it is not safe for Olivia to return to camp as there needs to be a further investigation.They added: “She has been absolutely brilliant and she’ll be very much missed on the show.” also contacted Olivia for comment, who is yet to address the reason for her leaving.

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