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The offensive I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! scene that never made it to air.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that when you put a group of celebrities in the jungle and record their every move, some very distasteful words come out. But for I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! co-host Julia Morris, one comment in particular left her wanting to intervene.

Speaking to News Corp, the comedian recalled one offensive moment of the hit reality show that never made it to air.

“There are lots of juicy things that hit the cutting room floor,” she said.

“But in one of the series, somebody — and I’ll leave them remaining nameless because this didn’t go to air — said ‘why do all women in their 40s look like kegs with legs?’”

The comment, she said, left her with “unstoppable fury,” and the 48-year-old found it painfully difficult to not confront the contestant.

"I wanted to bash the f**k out of her." Image via Channel 10.

What annoyed her even more was that "it was a woman - speaking about women."

"I wanted to go down to camp and get a 4 x 2 [plank of wood] and bash the f**k out of her," she said.

While Morris was disappointed to overhear the rude comment from one female contestant, she has some juicy details about about what she saw from another. Speaking to Mamamiashe detailed the way she could tell that ex-contestants Lauren Brant and Barry Hall had a connection in the jungle.

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Morris said the two, who have now confirmed they're in a relationship, had clear chemistry.

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"There was one day in particular, when Lauren was shaving Barry's head...they were down in a little creek...He was asking her about her partner at the time and she didn't speak much about the partner but she was talking about the idea of love and what you expect from a relationship.

"There was just this really nice chemistry between them."

As for the 2017 season of the show, Morris has a message for the next batch of women to take on the jungle.

"I got a little disappointed this year that the two younger girls had some scarring issues on their faces and wore makeup in there," she told News Corp.

"Every day when I’d see it, it was making me angry. This is your one chance to be totally natural in your lifetime.”

I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! returns in early 2017, and hopefully this time around, the juiciest bits don't end up on the cutting room floor.

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