I'm A Celeb contestant forced to pull out after massive injury

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Read to find out who will be missing out on the latest edition of I'm a Celebrity due to a grave injury.

The highly anticipated show, I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! All Stars!, is set to air later this month, much to the excitement of fans. The show, which will feature some of the most popular past contestants, is expected to be full of drama, challenges, and surprises.

However, a grave injury has set back one of the contestants on the show, which puts a doubt on whether they'll be able to take part in the popular series.

String of injuries

Over the years, several injuries have been reported on the show. Contestants have suffered a range of injuries, from minor cuts and bruises to more serious conditions such as dislocated shoulders and broken bones.

Some injuries have been caused by the physical challenges on the show, such as the high wire or obstacle courses. Others have been the result of accidents in and around the campsite. The show has a medical team on standby to assist contestants with any injuries or medical conditions that may arise.

I'm A Celeb contestant forced to pull out after massive injury NBC

During their first trial on I'm a Celebrity, Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall were pelted with rotten tomatoes, maggots, and fish guts. In the challenge, Ruthie read the first part of a joke and Russell had to find the punchline hidden in a barrel using only his mouth, but the barrel also contained incorrect punchlines. While he was rummaging in the barrel, Russell hit his tooth so hard he chipped it and banged his head.

The show has a history of contestants suffering injuries, such as James Haskell who scalded himself with hot water while carrying a bucket during washing up with Caitlyn Jenner, Joel Dommett who sliced his head open, and Kimberly Davies who fractured her rib jumping out of a helicopter.

These incidents have caused big headaches for producers, who must ensure the safety of the celebrities while still delivering entertaining challenges for viewers.

I'm A Celeb contestant forced to pull out after massive injury NBC

On the center stage

Janice Dickinson is a former supermodel, actress, and television personality who rose to fame in the 1970s and 1980s. She was one of the more popular models of that era, appearing on the covers of major fashion magazines like Harper's Bazaar and Vogue.

In addition to her modeling career, Janice also served as a judge on the popular TV show America's Next Top Model for four seasons. In 2007, she placed runner-up in the regular version of the hit reality show hosted by Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, alongside winner Christopher Biggins.

Throughout her career, Janice has been known for her no-nonsense attitude and sharp tongue, making her a favorite among reality TV fans.

I'm A Celeb contestant forced to pull out after massive injury Michael Kovac

Grave injury

Dickinson suffered a severe injury during her appearance on the ITV reality series. Reports indicate that she tripped during the night after becoming disoriented, causing her to fall and sustain horrific injuries.

She was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, where she was treated for a cut through which blood was reportedly gushing out. Despite receiving medical attention, her injuries were severe enough that she was forced to quit the show.

Doctors eventually gave her the all-clear and said that she was 'doing great,' but she was unable to continue her participation in the competition due to her injuries. The incident highlights the physical risks that contestants take when participating in reality TV shows, particularly those that involve strenuous physical challenges and a lack of sleep.

I'm A Celeb contestant forced to pull out after massive injury Phillip Faraone

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