Fans of I'm a Celebrity have slammed the 'childish' antics of the current cohort of celebrities in the jungle.

Much of this revolved around the drama surrounding First Dates star Fred Sirieix and his leadership.

Fred and Nella have recently clashed over his leadership style with Fred seen criticising her for her ability to do chores in the ITV jungle.

The French maître d'hôte, known for his perfection, has acted as the camp's chef and built a reputation for 'bossing' people about, including the likes of Nella and Josie Gibson from This Morning.

Slamming his brash actions, fellow I'm a Celebrity campmate Nella Rose said: "Are we in a camp or a dictatorship" after Fred Sirieix refused to accept the standard of the washing up.

Fans of the programme shared this sentiment with one user writing: "Having watched 10 minutes of I'm a celebrity I have two questions... Why are the women doing all of the cleaning? And why is Fred apparently the be all and end all? #ImACeleb".

Fans slam the 'childish playground behaviour' in the I'm a Celeb jungle

However, many fans have now criticised the overall drama, dubbing the actions of most of the campmates as childish.

One user said: "The childish playground behaviour is not the old school I’m a Celeb that used to make it a great program to watch! #ImACeleb."

Another user criticised the group, saying: "Watching last night’s episode of I’m a Celeb. So a fair few people in the camp dislike the way Fred is so militant but none of them ever spoke up to him about it except Nella."

This came after former professional boxer Tony Bellew faced one of the Bushtucker where he had to face unsettling creepy crawlies and snakes to get the coveted stars.

I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here continues on Sunday from 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX.