Recent I’m A Celebrity evictee Dicko has revealed that Dom Calarco actually called their co-star Kerri-Anne Kennerly a c**t in an unaired scene that happened during Dom and KAK’s infamous fight.

During Kerri-Anne’s three-day stint on the show, she repeatedly refused to take part in any tasks that involved eating less than appetizing challenge food.

At one point, Dicko, Kerri-Anne, Dom and Woody were asked to eat animal testicles so that they could win dinner for the rest of the group. KAK straight up refused to try the balls, and Dom let loose on her, calling her “selfish” among many other things. After Dom let KAK have it, she decided to pack her bags and leave the jungle.

However, Dico has now revealed on the Kyle and Jackie O Show that the fight between the two women got even more intense than what was shown on TV.

It got a little bit more heated after that,’ Dicko said. “It might have involved the C-bomb,’ Dicko answered, before adding that Dom did call Kerri-Anne a ‘c**t”.

“All I can say [is] it was one of the most remarkable things I’ve ever seen,” he added.

Despite the strong language, Dicko backed Dom and said that it was frustrating watching Kerri-Anne refusing to take part in tasks.

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“I did keep slapping my forehead every time she’d intimate that she wasn’t going to get involved in any of the challenges in any meaningful way,” he said.

“She wasn’t going to do this or that – well, why are you here? It’s not actually a camping trip. The only way we get fed is with these stars, and if you’re not prepared to have a crack, we’re going to go hungry.

“I honestly think she hadn’t truly grasped that, which is so confusing. She’s a smart woman, you’d presume she’s got management … I don’t understand how they didn’t know what she was stepping into.”

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