A former Saturday singer, 32, talked about how she was hospitalized at the age of 21 as she collapsed after the mass farewell.
She told a 23-year-old gold medalist: depression I had anxiety and anxiety, and I think I had just broken down when I was 21 years old. I experienced a really terrible farewell, it was really public, and everyone was really terrible.
Sad: Frankie Bridge, 32, opened the door to Matty Lee on Friday night’s “I’m a Celebrity” episode about past mental health issues.
Loose Women’s panelist continued on the telegram:’I know that hearing that I was hospitalized at the age of 21 could be a bit shocking to others.
“I think that often happens only to older people, so I didn’t mind talking about it and Matty seemed really interested.
She continued:’I lost a lot of weight and stuff. Wayne called my doctor and said, “I don’t know what to do with her anymore,” so they came to see me. And they decided that I should go to the hospital.
Worst Decline: A former Saturday singer shared how she was hospitalized at the age of 21 because she collapsed after a mass catastrophe.Photo on the way to the hospital with her husband Wayne
“There was one music video that needed to be shot in Iceland. [for The Saturdays].. My manager said, “OK, let’s do this last. Then let’s go.” At this point, no girl knew.
“So I went to Iceland and took that video, and then I knew when I landed-there’s a picture of our dad at the airport-I basically got back Sometimes I knew I was going straight to the hospital. Wayne drove me and dropped me off.
After that, Matty replied:
Frankie said: “You think I really feel like I hate it, but in reality it’s a really great memory. It’s been a few years since I was really relaxed and I didn’t have to hide anything. did.
Upset: She tells a 23-year-old gold medalist: I experienced a really terrible farewell, it was really public and everyone was really terrible. ”
“Everyone was taking medicine, everyone was being treated, everyone had some problems. I didn’t have to pretend to be happy all the time. I was in the hospital. That was a breath of really fresh air, but it’s the young age that has mental weakness.
Frankie then said in a telegram:
Matty asked what the turnaround points were. Frankie said: “I remember I was still taking a shower because I was with Wayne, and I wanted him to think I love him, but I’m rooted. I thought I was unhappy.
“And that was when I realized something was really wrong. I was almost happy, so I realized I was unhappy. It’s probably really hard for people to understand.”
“The main reason I wanted to be better was because I wanted a child. If I wanted to be a mom, I wouldn’t be like this.
Down: She continued: I lost a lot of weight and stuff. Wayne called my doctor and said, “I don’t know what to do with her anymore.” So they came and looked at me. And they decided I should go to the hospital. ”
“I knew I needed to organize myself. That was my main reason. Wayne basically put me in there and could afford to send me. Was really lucky. It was s ***, but at the same time it was great. ”
Elsewhere in the episode, Matty soaked in a tub full of stinky guts and mucus when he participated in a deadly Ratrin trial to earn a star.
Olympic divers wore goggles while he was sitting in the tub before Matty poured various rebellious formulations on him.
Presenter Ant McPartlin explains:
When the tub was filled with stinky red goo, Declan Donnelly turned to his joint expense and equipped it with “There is definitely something wrong with the piping!”
“Yeah, because the swamp is blocked!” Before December was added, Ant replied:’Something is wrong. It should not be that color. “
“There’s internal organs and mucus,” Ant told Matty before the diver was filled with rotten meat fillets.
Deadly Ratlin: Elsewhere in the episode, Matty soaked in a tub full of stinky guts and mucus when attending a deadly Ratlin trial to win a star.
I’m A Celebrity 2021: Frankie Bridge talks to Matty Lee about her past mental health struggles
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