I’m A Celeb 2021: Kadeena Cox is the second campmate to bid farewell to Gwrych Castle

Kadeena Cox was the second celebrity to bid farewell to Gwrych Castle after falling victim to the public vote during Monday’s episode.

The parasport athlete, 30, waved goodbye to her fellow campmates, shouting ‘I love you all!’   

I’m A Celebrity 2021: Kadeena Cox was the second campmate to bid farewell to Gwrych Castle after falling victim to the public vote on Monday

Earlier on in the evening, Danny Miller teared up as he missed out on a chance to win a letter from home for David Ginola.

The Emmerdale actor, 30, became emotional as he took part in a Wi-Fi challenge to win the camp letters from their loved ones.

The campmates had to pair up for the challenge with Kiosk Cledwyn calling the camp throughout the day to read out a six digit code made up of letters, numbers and symbols.  

Emotional: Danny Miller teared up as he missed out on a chance to win a letter from home for David Ginola

Each campmate had to remember the code until they were asked to input it into the computer.

If they got it right, they won their partner’s letter from home. If they got it wrong, it wouldn’t be delivered. Each was given three chances.

Louise Minchin admitted: ‘To be responsible for somebody else’s letter… [that’s] a massive amount of pressure.’

Adam Woodyatt said: ‘I don’t want to do anybody’s!’

Heartbroken: The Emmerdale actor, 30, became emotional as he took part in a Wi-Fi challenge to win he camp letters from their loved ones in scenes set to air during Monday’s episode

Snoochie Shy cried and said: ‘I don’t want to do it in case I forget someone’s thing.’

Louise said to Snoochie: ‘Do mine, I’ve had a phone call!’

Adam encouraged people to associate the numbers and letters with things: ‘If the number is 66, World Cup.’

Adam said in the Telegraph: ‘Without a doubt, any of the actors should do better in that challenge because we’re used to learning scripts. 

‘We’ve got very, very good short-term memories. But what you can’t take away from that challenge is the pressure because you’re doing it for someone else.’

Challenge: The campmates had to pair up for the challenge with Kiosk Cledwyn calling the camp throughout the day to read out a six digit code made up of letters, numbers and symbols.

David said: ‘I’ll kick myself if I can’t remember six [things].’

Simon Gregson added: ‘My tactic was to make it up into a song in your head.’ He got it correct for Matty Lee.

Simon said to camp: ‘It’s hard to remember under pressure…’ Then realising the nerves of others added: ‘No it isn’t…’

A nervous Kadeena Cox got Adam’s incorrect. She was tearful. Adam in the Telegraph said: ‘She was devastated. Obviously she wanted to do her best for me. It’s fine.’

Upset: A nervous Kadeena Cox got Adam’s incorrect. She was tearful. Adam in the Telegraph said: ‘She was devastated. Obviously she wanted to do her best for me. It’s fine’

When David got it right for Danny, Danny cried and said: ‘When David got the code right, there isn’t a feeling that I’ve felt like that before, it’s indescribable.’

Frankie Bridge stumbled when she confused the letters P & B but got it right for Snoochie.

Playing for Louise, Snoochie admitted: ‘The pressure of having to play for someone else’s letter is literally the worst thing I think I’ve experienced being in this castle.’

Arlene Phillips got it right for Naughty Boy who said: ‘She tap danced her way into the code and that’s how she remembered the code.’

When Adam played for Kadeena, he misheard one of his six. He first tried 2, then U and then tried Q and got it right on the third attempt.

Tough: Playing for Louise, Snoochie admitted: ‘The pressure of having to play for someone else’s letter is literally the worst thing I think I’ve experienced being in this castle’

Message: Frankie Bridge stumbled when she confused the letters P & B but got it right for Snoochie Shy

Danny played for David and got the first and second attempt wrong. Fearing getting it wrong a third time, he asked someone else to press the button to send his chosen code. It was incorrect and David’s letter wouldn’t be delivered.

As Danny cried, David said in the Telegraph: ‘He wanted so much to get it right for me, that probably put himself under too much pressure.’

Danny in the Telegraph said: ‘I’m just gutted, I feel so selfish because he remembered mine and I couldn’t remember his.  

Hard luck: As Danny cried, David said in the Telegraph: ‘He wanted so much to get it right for me, that probably put himself under too much pressure’

‘I was so confident with it, I was literally so confident. I don’t know how I got an A mixed up with an underscore. It doesn’t make sense.’   

David said to Danny: ‘Look at me in my eyes. I don’t need to read a letter to know that my girlfriend loves me, OK? Listen. It’s fine. I promise you. It’s absolutely fine. I don’t want to see you in that state.’

In the end only David and Adam learned they wouldn’t receive their letters.

Difficult: In the end only David and Adam learned they wouldn’t receive their letters

Fast forward and emotions ran high as campmates received their coveted letters from home.   

An emotional Naughty Boy was up first and he couldn’t fight back the tears as he heard from his nearest and dearest.

Simon Gregson read the DJ’s letter from his sister Saira and niece Aisha: ‘I’m so proud of you and we’re missing you so incredibly much. It’s been amazing to watch your journey and how far you’ve come from your self-doubts, to overcoming your fears and becoming more and more confident. 

Crying: Fast forward and emotions ran high as campmates received their coveted letters from home

‘Mum is doing well and is missing you lots. You can see how proud she is. She talks to you through the TV, it’s the cutest thing. Keep at it, stay strong.’

The record producer replied: ‘It was more than I could imagine, how proud they are. I couldn’t ask for more.’

Louise Minchin’s letter fell into the hands of Snoochie Shy, who read: ‘Darling Louise/ mum, you are just amazing. You truly touch our hearts each night. You are always first to be there to comfort and hold those who might be upset. 

Response: Naughty Boy ‘couldn’t ask for more’ after receiving a letter from his sister Saira and niece Aisha

‘But what I admire the most is you can do all that crazy stuff, but you always without fail put others first and foremost before yourself. Be bold, be strong, in the heart be you.’

The journalist gushed: ‘[It was] an outpouring of love and warmth. It was like bringing that light into the castle.’

Adam read Kadeena’s letter: ‘Firstly, we are all so proud of you, you are strong, determined and when you put your mind to it you can do anything. You have been an inspiration to us all at home. 

Aah: Louise said her letter ‘was like bringing that light into the castle’

‘Now the whole world can see how amazing your journey has been and how you’ve exceeded everyone’s expectations.’

Simon’s letter was from his wife and sons and was read out by Matty: ‘We’re all missing you like crazy. I’m so glad that everyone has seen the hilarious, kind and mischievous man I married. 

‘Keep being you Simon because that is enough. Dad, I miss you and love you but, I have to confess while you’re there, I broke the fence while playing football. You can’t tell me off because you’ve been farting and wafting it on national TV. Seriously though Dad, you’re smashing it. Our kind, super cool dad, you’re our hero.’

Hug: Simon’s letter was from his wife and sons and was read out by Matty Lee

Simon said: ‘After all this time in here, it was just nice to have a little taste of home.’

Snoochie’s letter from her mum left her feeling like ‘she could turn into candyfloss’ and was read out by Frankie Bridge: ‘There are not enough words to describe how proud we all are of everything you’ve accomplished so far. 

‘You are truly an inspiration and I am in awe of you. Magnum is absolutely fine and has been watching you on TV. Zac says, “Yo, keep killing it big sis #letthemknow #itslit”’.

Sweet: Snoochie’s letter from her mum left her feeling like ‘she could turn into candyfloss’

Simon read Matty’s letter from his mum, leaving him ‘crying like a baby’: ‘We are all loving seeing you living out another of your dreams. All the family are well and 100% behind you. Keep having fun. Big hugs and kisses Mum, Dad and Tom.’

Frankie’s husband Wayne penned her letter, which was delivered by Louise: ‘First of all, I did not vote for you to do the karaoke Trial. You are strong and determined, more than you know. I couldn’t be prouder. It’s been so good watching you just being yourself. Farting, wafting… blame it on the beans, hey babe? 

‘Mummy, you are the best mummy in the whole wide world. You are strong like daddy. Love you even more than the world.’

Emotional: Frankie’s husband Wayne penned her letter, which was delivered by Louise

David read Danny Miller’s letter: ‘Dear Daddy, it’s Steph and Albert here. He recognises your voice on the telly and looks up at it when he hears you. I really think he looks more and more like you every day. 

‘We all love watching your relationship with David blossom. Thank you David for looking after our boy.’

An visibly emotional David continued: ‘Finally, remember what I tell you every day, you are strong, you are wise, we feel extra lucky to call you ours. You are our daddy, our only daddy, you make us happy when skies are grey. My first ever love and my last.’

Emotions: A visibly emotional David read out Danny’s letter

David tearfully walked away from the group only to be followed by Danny, and the pair hugged.

The French football ace said: ‘I’m proud of you, it was beautiful. They love you so much.’

In the Telegraph, David said: ‘I try to control most of the time my emotions, but sometimes it’s good to let them go.’ 

Bond: David tearfully walked away from the group and was followed by Danny, when the pair hugged

There were deliberations in camp over who was going to tackle the latest trial, resulting in Naughty Boy and David having words.  

Naughty Boy and others suggested David would be a good choice, but the Frenchman didn’t want to be pointed out to do it.

Naughty Boy said: ‘You’re not listening. I would like you to try because I was there with you on your first Trial and I know you didn’t enjoy it.’

Bicker: There were deliberations in camp over who was going to tackle the latest trial, resulting in Naughty Boy and David having words

Annoyed: ‘I am still David Ginola, it’s me, it’s about me, it’s about what I am, and nobody is saying to me what I should do, OK? I think it’s going to be a long week’ the Frenchman said in the Telegraph following the spat

Kadeena said: ‘I’ll do it just to stop the discussion.’

A frustrated David said in the Telegraph: ‘It’s very simple, nobody point at me and say, “You should do that.” I decide for myself, that’s it, simple as that. I am still David Ginola, it’s me, it’s about me, it’s about what I am, and nobody is saying to me what I should do, OK? I think it’s going to be a long week.’  

Facing the latest trial were Louise and Kadeena, who managed to bag themselves a full 10 stars. 

The BBC Breakfast presenter, 53, and the Paralympian, 30, were forced to confront snakes and cockroaches.

The Trial called on one of the celebrities to lie in a cage, while the other had to retrieve keys from a cage containing snakes. 

Success: Louise and Kadeena managed to bag themselves a full 10 stars during Monday night’s trial, Critter-cal Cages

Each key unlocked a box filled with critters which had to be opened over the celebrity on the floor.

Some boxes contained stars to earn food for camp, while others contained only critters.

Kadeena opted to face down the snakes, leaving Louise to crawl inside the cage.

Critters: The BBC Breakfast presenter, 53, and the Paralympian, 30, were forced to confront snakes and cockroaches

Terrifying: The Trial called on one of the celebrities to lie in a cage, while the other had to retrieve keys from a cage containing snakes

Horrid: Each key unlocked a box filled with critters which had to be opened over the celebrity on the floor

A nervous Louise said: ‘Good luck to everybody listening to me scream, but that’ll be fine.’

Kadeena admitted: ‘Lou, I love you but I’m going to chuck and run.’

As soon as the claxon rang, the gold medallist darted into a chamber where she untied keys while slithering snakes swept their way over a wall of shelves. 

Challenge: As soon as the claxon rang, the gold medallist darted into a chamber where she untied keys while slithering snakes swept their way over a wall of shelves

Shaken: A nervous Louise said: ‘Good luck to everybody listening to me scream, but that’ll be fine’

Supportive: Meanwhile the newsreader called out, ‘You go Kadeena!” while presenter Declan Donnelly observed, ‘That’s it, nice, slow and calm. Well done’

Meanwhile the newsreader called out, ‘You go Kadeena!” while presenter Declan Donnelly observed, ‘That’s it, nice, slow and calm. Well done.’

Kadeena proceeded to use her finding to open a small chest, which spurted a heap of creepy-crawlies into Louise’s casket – along with the highly-coveted star.

During the Trial, Kadeena joked: ‘Maybe you should close your mouth, it might help.’

Advice: During the Trial, Kadeena joked: ‘Maybe you should close your mouth, it might help’

Ant laughed: ‘Talking to me? Just a lot of people tell me that.’

The pair worked well together and won all 10 stars with only a minute left to spare.

Afterwards, a brave Kadeena said: ‘I tried to just go and find that athlete mode. I wasn’t even thinking about those snakes.’

Working hard: Kadeena proceeded to use her finding to open a small chest, which spurted a heap of creepy-crawlies into Louise’s casket – along with the highly-coveted star

Dream team: The pair worked well together and won all 10 stars with only a minute left to spare

Meanwhile, Sunday night saw Arlene Phillips become the first celebrity to be eliminated from camp. 

The public vote meant that the choreographer, 78, was sent packing after 13 days in the camp, leaving her emotional campmates at Gwrych Castle behind.

When asked by Ant and Dec on her exit how she was feeling, Arlene, the oldest celebrity in the show’s history to take part, said: ‘Relieved, but emotional because of everything this has been.’

After explaining to the show’s long-running presenters that the venture was for her granddaughters, she added: ‘It brings out a lot of emotion and makes you think about your life.’

In answer to the classic question ‘who do you want to win’, the former Strictly Come Dancing judge named DJ Naughty Boy.

Eliminations usually begin after 10 days but the format has been altered following Richard Madeley’s abrupt departure.

The series was also temporarily taken off-air due to Storm Arwen, much to the dismay of viewers.

Farewell: It comes after Arlene Phillips was the first celebrity to be eliminated from camp on Sunday night 

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