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I’m A Celebrity’s Giovanna in tears as she misses out on treat from home as stars get messages from their families

I'M A Celebrity's Giovanna was in tears tonight after missing out on a treat from home.

The stars got the chance to win messages from their families - as well as a special gift.

Everyone got treats from home, apart from AJ, Jordan and Giovanna who couldn't hide her disappointment.

The campmates took it in turns to take a key from the bucket to open a box.

A star equalled a meal for camp, if they found a treat they had to nominate who would receive theirs. An empty box meant no win and that key was lost.

Speaking in the Telegraph an emotional Giovanna said: “Your heart aches and then you attach yourself to anything.

"How lovely would it be to hear from Tom and the boys, just a sentence?

"It’s a sentence and I’m going to pretend each sentence anyone gets is from the kids and I’m going to adopt them like they’re mine.”

After tucking into their Mutton dinner, the winning treats from the earlier challenges arrived.

Russell read out a note for Beverley from her husband and her treat was cookies.

Victoria read out a note for Vernon from Tess and his daughters saying that they were very proud of him and his gift was giant chocolate buttons which Vernon loved.

Mo got jelly sweets, Shane, Jess and Victoria all got chocolate, Russell won mini cheddars and Ruthie was given cheese and onion crisps.

The generous celebrities all shared their treats with AJ, Jordan and Giovanna.

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