She’s just been named the winner of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
And Fiona O’Loughlin has slammed some of her former campmates.
The 57-year-old comedian slammed Bernard Tomic for saying he was paid $1 million for his jungle stint, and slammed Real Housewives of Melbourne’s Jackie Gillies.
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‘Rubbish!’ Fiona O’Loughlin (seen) SLAMS Bernard Tomic’s claim he earned a whopping $1 million for his I’m A Celebrity stint…and says Jackie Gillies is ‘taxing’
‘That sounds so rubbish,’ Fiona told HIT’s Stav, Abby and Matt on Tuesday, about Bernard’s claims.
When asked if she would be starting a What’s App message group with her former co-stars, she said she wouldn’t be contacting David Oldfield or Jackie Gillies.
‘I won’t ever be going out of my way to, in fact I’d cross the road before I’d want to be in contact with David Oldfield again.’
Calling him a liar? The 57-year-old comedian slammed Bernard Tomic (pictured) for saying he was paid $1 million for his jungle stint
Ouch: She added about Jackie (seen): ‘Jackie was at times, taxing, and I really don’t think it’s fair that she said online that she felt bullied or intimidated by Danny Green’
She added about Jackie: ‘Jackie was at times, taxing, and I really don’t think it’s fair that she said online that she felt bullied or intimidated by Danny Green. That simply wasn’t the case.’
According to The Gold Coast Bulletin, Bernard boasted about his time in the jungle.
‘I just made a million dollars for four days on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!,’ he reportedly said.
He added: ‘I just bought another house. I’m buying everything on the Gold Coast.’
‘I just made a million dollars’: According to The Gold Coast Bulletin , Bernard boasted about his time in the jungle
After vacating the South African Jungle after just three nights, Bernard copped a major backlash.
‘I thought I’d be super happy, camping for the first time, being around new people … Half the time during the day, I’m just depressed,’ he said at the time.
On Monday, Fiona was crowned the queen of the jungle, after a 45-day stint.
‘I just feel like the luckiest duck alive,’ Fiona said after her win.
‘Without a doubt the jungle has changed me. I will never take anything for granted again,’ she added.
She did it: On Monday, Fiona was crowned the queen of the jungle, after a 45-day stint