Nella Rose appeared on This Morning on Wednesday (December 6) in an exclusive interview about her time on I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.

The YouTuber was evicted from the show on Monday (December 4), the second contestant to be voted off after Frankie Dettori.

In one of her first interviews since leaving the Australian jungle, Rose appeared on This Morning on Wednesday where she spoke to hosts Rylan Clark and Emma Willis about her time on I'm a Celebrity. 

Nella Rose reveals THAT argument with Fred Sirieix on I'm a Celebrity was a 'big fat misunderstanding'

Nella Rose was involved in a number of arguments while on I'm a Celebrity, including one with Nigel Farage about cultural appropriation.

But it was an argument with First Dates star Fred Sirieix in the first few days of the show that caught the most attention. 

The pair clashed after Sirieix remarked that he was old enough to be Rose’s father.

Rose, who has lost both her parents, did not say anything at the time but later confronted the First Dates star, saying: “Don’t bring up my dead parents, are you stupid?”

She said she no longer wanted to speak to him and would not eat any food he had prepared.

After Sirieix apologised, she told him: “I accept your apology but let’s not be friends, how about that?”

But now out of the jungle, Rose has said it was all a "big fat misunderstanding".

When asked about the argument by Clark on This Morning, she said: "I haven't been able to watch anything back yet, but I know everything that's gone on, I know everything that's happened, and honestly, it was a big fat misunderstanding and we've gone over it.

"Me and Fred are cool, I don't know why everybody's crying about it, but I understand it's TV, it's life."


Willis asked if perhaps it was just the situation and the scenario Rose was in that could have triggered the argument.

Rose added: "Yeah, so like obviously that subject is very triggering for me because it's kind of like a fresh wound. 

"But obviously being inside of the jungle, all events are intensified, and it's just, it is what it is."