Snoochie Shy says Adam Woodyatt risked getting into "trouble" by sneaking some conditioner into the 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' camp for her.

Snoochie Shy reveals Adam Woodyatt risked getting into trouble on I'm A Celeb

Snoochie Shy reveals Adam Woodyatt risked getting into trouble on I'm A Celeb

The 29-year-old DJ - whose real name is Cheyenne Davide - formed a close bond with the 'EastEnders' star, 53, during their time on the ITV show.

She said: “One of my best mates in there was Adam.

“I got on really well with Adam and we were talking about when we get out. I’m going to take him to a rap show and he’s going to take me to a musical."

And she let slip that the Ian Beale actor discreetly took the shea butter conditioner from the downstairs bathroom at Gwrych Castle in North Wales, where the stars can go and get cleaned up after a messy trial only.

The BBC Radio 1 Xtra star told “He also stole some conditioner from the downstairs proper toilet.

“After a trial, if you get really wet, you’re allowed to have proper shower and you’re not allowed to take any of the stuff out of those showers into the castle – and Adam had snuck in some shea butter conditioner for my hair because I’d taken my braids out and had my natural hair out there. Adam took it and gave it to me. I think he may have got in trouble for that as well.”

Despite the short time in camp, Snoochie recently shared how the conditions make it possible to “bond with people very quickly”, so everyone became emotional after discovering Richard Madeley was OK after the broadcaster came over poorly and had to cut his time on the competition short.

She explained: “But you bond with people very quickly. So of course, we was very, very worried, that we didn't know what was going on.

“But then when we got the video message from him, I'm pretty sure the majority of us cried.”

They were soothed by seeing the former ‘Richard and Judy’ star in “good spirits” in a video played in camp.

She said: "But he seemed like he was in good spirits, as well. So it was really nice to have that video message, just because we had been worrying a lot.

“It's man like Rich. That's what I used to call him, man like Rich. When we saw this guy, he was just really nice, and it made us feel good to know that he was all right.”

Former 'Emmerdale' star Danny Miller was crowned King of the Castle on Sunday night's final (12.12.21).