Even after the show has concluded for another year, fans are still managing to get themselves in a huff over I'm A Celebrity. A follow-up show called Coming out, which aired on ITV last night, followed the celebs as they emerged from the jungle and re-entered their normal lives.
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However, many viewers were left raging after footage was played, appearing to show Amir Khan, Dennis Wise and Rebekah Vardy celebrating at Iain Lee not winning the TV competition.
Viewers watched as the three celebs found out that they had been accused of bullying fellow campmate Iain Lee.
Amir, Dennis and Rebekah denied the accusations and hit out at Iain for 'playing a game' throughout the contest.
But later on in the show, the three were shown shaking hands when Iain didn't win and came third instead.
Furious fans took to Twitter, as they so often do, to vent their anger.
One posted: "Dennis, Amir and Rebekah shaking hands just shows how pathetically nasty they are."
While another commented: "Amir shaking hands with Dennis and Becky after Iain finished 3rd is the most childish thing I've ever seen #imaceleb."
Amidst all the criticism, Rebekah hit back, Tweeting: "You have no idea what we were shaking hands over. It was absolutely nothing to do with Iain & was about who we thought would win out of Jamie & Toff, you're making an inaccurate guess x."
The WAG also revealed that she had uncovered footage that supposedly proved that Iain had been playing a game while in the jungle, and played it to Dennis Wise.
In a social media interview Iain did before entering the jungle, he says: "I love talking to people, I love engaging with people but the thing I really love is arguing with people."
"It just shows people can have two different personalities," Rebekah insisted.
After seeing the video, Dennis said: "You can't be annoying like he first kind of was and then go as a victim."
"That was my point," Rebekah said. "It just really got to me."
Dennis added: "Now he has to come out and say what is the truth or he's going to have a row."