I’M A Celebrity star Myleene Klass said she had a moment of ‘PTSD’ after traumatic scenes aired on the ITV show.
The former Hear’Say singer took to social media as she shared a ‘traumatising’ moment from the endurance competition.
Myleene, 45, is among he list of names to compete in the All-Stars edition of the jungle show.
However one moment from Wednesday night’s edition of I’m A Celebrity: South Africa reminded her from a moment of her childhood.
In last night’s show, Ant and Dec entered the South Africa camp to announce a huge twist.
The celebrities were split into two groups called ‘Prides’ with Joe Swash, 41, and Dean Gaffney, 45, as the leaders of the new packs.
We saw all the celebrities lined up side by side in a row as the pair chose who they wanted in their respective teams.
The likes of Paul Burrell, Carol Vorderman, Janice Dickinson, Jordan Banjo and Georgia Toffolo were standing alongside the Radio presenter as they lined up in camp, waiting to be picked.
Sharing a snap of the scene on her Instagram story, Myleene revealed how this gave her “PTSD” being the last to be picked at school.
She captioned the still photograph: “PTSD Waiting to be picked (I never was) for groups in PE,” alongside a sarcastic face of tears of joy emoji.
In the end, the star was Joe’s second pick out of the remaining camp members as former Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan was the last to be picked by Dean.