I 'm Famous … Get Me Out From Here!Anne Hegerty will face Hellish Hospital in the jungle tonight (November 27), has been he voted to make the trial from the public after being eliminated from a number of other people throughout the series on a medical basis.
The fact that it has been postponed is usually often marked by viewers on Twitter (and holding Dec Donnelly on the main show), but his manager David Hahn appeared on Good Morning Britain I was here next to Anne's And Chase co-star Mark Labbett to set the record straight away for Anne's medical reasons, insisting he has nothing to do with autism Anne or Asperger.
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"Before they go, the medical they go through everyone. She is 60 years old. The thorough checks that they pass incredibly … do not leave any stone without her turn, "David explained to the guests of Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.
"They can not take any risks. If they say they can not test for medical reasons, he has nothing to do with Asperger or his autism."
In the case of the beast, after revealing previously Loose girls Those viewers see the real Anne in the jungle, this morning he was going to address Anne's trial results, after she gave her a try in her test first but broken down during the Live Live experiment.
"She's responding extremely to unexpectedly, that's one of the things that are autistic and the people of Asperger do. That's why the first trial, she did not & # 39 I expect it and she'll throw it out, "Mark explained.
"But the Bushtucker Test, where she knew she had to do, she was preparing herself and completely tried."
I 'm Famous … Get Me Out From Here! will continue tonight (November 27) at 9pm on ITV, and then Additional Camp on ITV2. Good Morning Britain aircraft every week from 6am.
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