Scarlett Moffatt in tears after first camp argument on I'm A Celebrity

The I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! contestants have experienced their first row after a week in the jungle.

New campers Danny Baker and Martin Roberts are already at loggerheads after the battling in The Hungry Games which split the camp mates into two sides and saw broadcaster Danny win.

However, Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin felt his rival team were bragging about their win.

Viewers were split over the argument and who was in the wrong.

Team Martin

And team Danny

And lots of fans were angry the new pair had disturbed what had seemed a happy camp.

And the arguing got too much for Scarlet Moffatt too who was in tears

Making Scarlett cry is defintely not a way to avoid doing bushtucker trials clearly.

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