ALISON Hammond has revealed she told This Morning co-star Josie Gibson to 'smuggle in' a burner phone into the I'm A Celebrity jungle.
Presenter Josie, 38, is one of the 12 famous faces taking part in the popular ITV show.
This means that Josie has had to take time away from the This Morning sofa to appear in the jungle.
One person who is going to miss her dearly is her co-star Alison.
Alison, who took part in I'm A Celeb in 2010, got chatting to her co-host Craig Doyle on This Morning about her pal's upcoming stint on the programme.
Alison said: "It's actually made me emotional because I speak to Josie nearly every single day… I can't speak to her!"
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Craig replied: "Just remind me – your phone is taken off you the minute you arrive in Australia?"
Alison nodded and said back: "As soon as you get there…"
She continued: "Though I did tell her, take a little dead one."
Craig asked if she meant a burner phone and Alison confessed: "I don't think she did it though."
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A shocked Craig said: "Did she bring a burner?"
Fighting back the laughter, Alison replied: "I told her to.
"I told her to bring a burner and she was like 'no'… but I reckon she did."
There are quite a few rules that the celebrities have to follow if they take part in the show.
They are not allowed to ask past contestants for advice, they are only allowed to take three pairs of underwear, and of course, can not have their phones.
It comes after fans spotted a ‘critical error’ in Josie's jungle intro.
The TV star confessed what she has a phobia of, despite knowing that it could go on to play a part in her experience on the show.
She said: "I am dreading the insects and it's my biggest phobia.
"I also don't like spiders and I freeze when I normally see one.
"My family thinks I'm mad doing the programme too as they know what I'm like with creepy crawlies!"
Fans are convinced that they will make her do tasks involving those things.
One said: "Never say you are scared of spiders – they be leashing them at you all season."
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Another added: "You should never have said."
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