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Titans centre Konrad Hurrell against the Roosters in Round 1.

As tensions rise in the latest series of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! we asked players to nominate which of their teammates would be first to be voted out of the jungle.

Damien Cook (Rabbitohs)

We'd have to get Tom Burgess out of there straight away because he eats too much. We get portioned lunches when we come here to Redfern, but I can just imagine how much he could polish off in one sitting if he was given free rein. He'd probably bully some of us little boys into stealing our rations in the jungle.

Gerard Beale (Sharks)

I think everyone would vote out Jimmy (James Maloney). He'll talk to your ears off, but in saying that he's a smart man so he could come in handy down the track.

Albert Vete (Warriors)

Jazz Tevaga, just because he has been annoying me lately.

Anthony Don (Titans)

Konrad Hurrell. My locker is next to his and he goes through all my stuff and steals it. On the weekend he gave away a pair of boots to a kid which looked like a really nice thing to do but they were my boots! I'm still missing joggers, towels, muesli bars and protein bars all because of Konrad.

Brad Takairangi (Eels)

Semi (Radradra) for sure because the way he lives here he's in the jungle anyway. He'd 100 per cent happily live there.

Jordan Kahu (Broncos)

It would have to be Josh McGuire. He has ants in his pants. He gets real crazy when he is bored and always tries to prank everyone. I definitely wouldn't want to be in a confined space with him for too long.

Bunty Afoa (Warriors)

I would have to say Solomone Kata because if there were coconut trees there he would probably climb up them all. You would need to save the food but he would drink them all in the first week.

Michael Jennings (Eels)

Hands down Semi. He eats coconuts here like he would there and when he goes back home to Fiji he basically lives that way too. He would easily fit in.

Ryan James (Titans)

Daniel Vidot because he faints when he sees a spider.


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