I’M A Celebrity viewers were left scratching their heads last night after spotting something different about Janice Dickinson’s face.
The American former supermodel, 68, made a sensational return to camp for the final trial just days after abruptly leaving following a nasty fall.
But eagle-eyed fans spotted something was amiss and took to Twitter to ask her other viewers.
One wrote: “Something’s happened to Janice Dickinson that they’re not telling us. Why aren’t they zooming in on her face?”
Another said: “Janice Dickinson obviously demanded no close-ups on camera of her injured face.”
A third posted: “Why have you focused in on everyones face apart from @janicedickinson, what has happened to her? Is she OK?”
The divisive star left a letter for her co-stars after being removed from the show.
It praised the camp and included a cheeky dig at Joe Swash – telling the actor: “I’m still p*****d at you.”
The joke referred to cross words the pair exchanged the night before her unexpected departure from camp.
The letter – which referred to the celebrities as “animals” – read: “Dear beloved campmates.
“Never in my life have I had such an extraordinary experience with all of you animals.
“You are the new BFFs, loves of my life and I’ll miss you until I get to see you again.
“Kisses to all of you, I love you and miss you. Love, Janice.”
She added: “P.S. Joe I’m still p*****d at you and I’ll never get over it. Joke. All the love.”
Helen was among the first to speak about the former model’s departure, saying: “I think we’re all going to really miss Janice.”
Joe added: “Me and Janice get on like a house on fire. We had one moment yesterday where we had slight words. It’s really sad that it ended on that note.”
Fatima’s tribute was less fulsome, with the Olympian saying simply: “Pleased that she’s getting on well, sad she won’t be back.”
HOAR revealed Janice had been forced to quit the I’m A Celeb camp in an interview with TV Mag.
She said: “In the middle of one night I woke up because I had to go to the dunny.
“I was feeling very insecure because the campfire had gone out and it was as dark as it could be. So I thought: ‘Right, I’ll make it to the dunny from memory.’
“I walked a couple of steps and tripped, flying flat on my face – hair all over my forehead, my nose was bloody and my whole chin was gashed open.
“Blood was gushing from all these areas, and there was dirt and stones embedded in my face from the fall.”
I’m A Celeb South Africa returns to ITV1 and ITVX tonight at 9pm