…By Lola Smith for TDPel Media.
According to Nicola McLean, Helen Flanagan, a star on “I’m A Celebrity: South Africa,” has been performing exceptionally well in the trials, but she suspects that Helen has received help to overcome her fears.
Nicola McLean admits that she admires Helen and thinks she is one of her favorites on the show.
However, Nicola believes that Helen has sought professional guidance to deal with her fears while on the show.
She thinks that Helen may have had some form of therapy to help her regulate her emotions and thoughts.
Nicola goes on to say that Helen is proving her worth and is going to try her best.
Nicola McLean comments that there are no real gameplans in the show, and the contestants’ ability to perform well in the trials will determine the winner.
She believes that those who are most determined to win and will go to great lengths to succeed will ultimately come out on top.
She goes on to say that you cannot fake your ability to perform in the trials.
If someone is bad in the beginning, they cannot suddenly become good at them, and Helen was brilliant in her first trial.
Nicola expresses her desire to participate in the show and receive advice from Helen about how to cope with the trials.
Nicola McLean highlights that Helen Flanagan was previously stereotyped as a “bimbo” because of her fearfulness of the challenges in her first jungle stint.
However, Nicola thinks that society has progressed, and people are no longer judged for their appearance.
She states that Helen is more than a blonde with big boobs and that the press won’t be able to stereotype her this time.
Helen seems like a genuine person to Nicola, as she posts photos of herself without makeup and appears to be a happy mother.
Nicola believes that ten years later and three kids later, Helen will do her best to prove her worth in the trials.
The article reports on Nicola McLean’s observations about Helen Flanagan’s performance in the “I’m A Celebrity: South Africa” show.
Nicola thinks that Helen has received professional help to cope with her fears while on the show.
However, she admires Helen and thinks she is one of her favorites on the show.
Nicola highlights that there are no real gameplans in the show and that the contestants’ ability to perform well in the trials will determine the winner.
Nicola also comments on how society has progressed and no longer stereotypes people based on their appearance.