Helen certainly seemed to divide people during her time in the jungle. There seemed to be a large number of people who wanted to see her suffer and she was voted to take part in the Bushtucker trials on many occasions. However there was another group who much enjoyed her frequent trips around the waterfall shower in a variety of different bikinis.
On the one hand Helen annoyed lots of people with her precious little girl crying act and on the other hand there were lots of people who wanted to keep her in to keep looking at her hot bikini body.
The former Corrie actress has got her name back in the public eye certainly so that is probably what she most wanted from her time on I’m A Celebrity. She is obviously keen to keep people remembering that bikini body rather than the person who was scared of spiders and just about everything else.
Helen appears topless in the FHM photo where she is seen as Miss November and poses in just an open cardigan (no, not like your grandad would wear), a tiny g-string and a pair of stockings.
Speaking on ITV after her jungle eviction Helen said that she had not realised how involved the Bushtucker trials would be. The actress quickly looked like she was not prepared for even ordinary domestic chores let alone the rigours of the jungle trials. As a result of her failures in the trials Helen was often responsible for her fellow jungle celebrities going without any food.
During her time in the jungle Helen’s impressive cleavage got many comments particularly for the way it sometimes seemed to increase by several cup sizes. Helen herself put this down to the fact that when she eats she says she goes up a cup size. Ashely from Pussycat Dolls seemed to think that it was also to do with the large round em up and push em out leopard print bra she was wearing. Ashley said to Helen: ‘Your tits look freaking gi-normous. They look huge, I mean, wow.’
You can see Helen’s topless pose as Miss November in the FHM 2013 Calendar which comes free with the latest edition of FHM magazine which is on sale now.