I’m A Celeb’s Danny Miller burst into tears after being suddenly homesick and had buddy David Ginola by his side as a consolation.
During today’s episode, Emmerdale star shared a heartfelt David Ginola.
Lying on the bed he shares with the ex-soccer player, he burst into tears and admitted to being homesick.
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Danny went on to praise David and thank him for comforting and supporting him while he was having an emotional moment.
The actor said the “I’m a Celebrity” experience was an “emotional roller coaster ride” like nothing he has ever experienced before in his life.
But after a few moments and a conversation with David he felt much better and he soon put a smile on his face again.
Not long after parasport athlete Kadeena Cox spoke about her health battle with multiple sclerosis (MS).
While having a hearty chat with former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene, she asked Kadeena about her MS.
Kadeena talked about how she can get tired and the pain she experiences as a result of this illness.
It is a lifelong condition that affects the brain and nerves.
The Paralympic star stated that her multiple sclerosis is caused by tiredness and she usually goes to bed to relieve symptoms.
She said that as she becomes emotional, she has more cramps, weakness, loss of control in her arms and legs, and can struggle with her language.
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Kadeena said she is a “part-time wheelchair user” and uses her wheelchair when she is out.
But she also added that she “hates sympathy” and is often condemned.
Viewers went straight to social media to commend the star for speaking openly about her health and spreading awareness on national television.
@ DylanBrownie1Tweeted: “Oh, I absolutely love Kadeena. What a beautiful and inspiring soul. #imaceleb. “
While @ lewisa95 commented, “When I listen to Kadeena talk about her condition, I love her even more, what an inspiration #ImACeleb.”
And @eds_afterglow added, “Kadeena, who is openly speaking and raising awareness about living with MS on national television, is so inspiring that she will undoubtedly help and reassure others who live with the disease.”
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