Jamie Lynn Spears fought back tears as she opened up about her relationship with her family in a candid chat with one of her I'm A Celebrity campmates.
ITV viewers saw the singer and actress, who is the sister of pop superstar Britney Spears, arrive at camp last night with nine other celebrities as the reality show returned for a 23rd series.
In Monday night's episode, Jamie Lynn was quizzed about her family life and the fractured relationship between her and her famous sister, who was under a conservatorship for over 13 years before it was terminated by a judge in Los Angeles in November 2021. READ MORE: ITV I'm A Celebrity loses two million viewers as fans call for boycott over campmate Read more I'm A Celebrity stories from the Manchester Evening News here. In her recent memoir The Woman In Me, Britney detailed how how the legal arrangement had “stripped” her of her womanhood and was critical of her sister's behaviour during the court battle.
She said it was "clear [Jamie Lynn] ruled the roost" during their childhood and described her as being a "total b***h". Opening up to restaurateur and First Dates star Fred Sirieix in Monday night's episode, Jamie Lynn admitted that she had spoken to her sister ahead of entering the camp, and said they "love each other" despite their previous feuds.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk
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