I'm A Celebrity: Helen Flanagan's Parents Call Voters 'Bullies'

Who's Called I'm A Celebrity Voters 'Bullies'?

Helen Flanagan's parents have called the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! voters bullies and fear their daughter will walk out on the show.

Helen's time in the Australian jungle has not been easy for her, as she has so far been voted to do every Bushtucker Trial, and has struggled to complete any of them.

Viewers saw the former Coronation Street actress finally break down in tears as she confessed she cannot cope with the strain that being in the jungle is putting her under.

Flanagan's parents have spoken out after seeing their daughter break down in tears

Her parents Julia and Paul have spoken out to the Mirror, saying that they were concerned ahead of Helen's decision to travel to Australia to take part in the show, and tried to put her off by telling her about the size of the spiders.

"We don't think people are getting the right impression of Helen. The tasks are clearly taking their toll on her. She's tired. They are not eating properly, which must be making things worse, and the public are just not seeing the right side of her," Julia said.

They added that they have also seen the nasty comments written about her online, and even Helen's sister Jane has started to receive abuse on Twitter.

In anticipation of Helen being one of the first people voted off the show, Julia and Paul are planning to fly out to Australia to meet her as she leaves the show, explaining they can't wait to give her a hug.

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