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14 essential things to know about Helen Flanagan

She’s the Queen of the Jungle, and these are VERY IMPORTANT.

HELEN FLANAGAN IS the undisputed queen of this year’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

Fits of weeping? Check. Tantrums? Sure. Facefuls of cockroaches? Every time.

In recognition of her very real significance to human society, we’ve compiled this essential list of Helen Flanagan Facts.

1. She tweets about herself in the third person


2. She once mistook her own reflection for a burglar

Is this related to her Twitter-based identity confusion? Possibly. (Mail Online)

3. She stinks of fake tan

To use fellow I'm A Celebrity contestant David Haye's words: "Helen is a real cute little chick, a bit ditzy, but she stinks of fake tan." (Digital Spy)

These men smell like Helen Flanagan. (istolethetv/Flickr)

4. She met her previous boyfriend in a sauna

That's builder Daniel Scott, 22. (Daily Star)

5. She is generous in spirit

Eamonn and James Clarke/EMPICS Entertainment

6. And lots of fun

Eamonn and James Clarke/EMPICS Entertainment

7. But not great behind the wheel

That's her reversing her Range Rover straight into another car. (Eamonn and James Clarke/EMPICS Entertainment)

8. She has an idea why she's famous

She told I'm A Celeb contestants "I'll be making up for my patheticness with my boobs." (The Sun)

9. She is correct about this


10. She is so scared of the dark, she has to sleep with a Harry Potter DVD playing in the room

According to her mother. Gee, mum, THANKS FOR TELLING EVERYONE. (Mail Online)

11. She is a writer


12. But somebody else does her shoelaces up for her

Namely, former jungle hopeful Brian Conley. (Hello)

13. She is to blame for everything that is wrong with society today

Sez Daily Mirror columnist Fiona Phillips:

Helen Flanagan is worrying me. [...] I am worried that her total lack of resolve, determination, work-ethic, self-awareness, sense of duty to her campmates is a symptom of our easy come, easy go culture.

How do you mean, Fiona?

Children should have to work hard to earn phones, Xboxes, computers and bikes

Ah.

14. She can hold a dog, a mobile phone, and a bottle of juice all at the same time

Eamonn and James Clarke/EMPICS Entertainment

You're our hero, Helen Flanagan.

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