Former I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! star Sabrina Washington has slammed Ruthie Henshall for bringing up her racy past with Prince Edward.
The Mis-Teeq legend, 42, has claimed that the West End star's royal bombshell "wasn't relevant".
Ruthie, 53, left ITV viewers stunned last week after she revealed she "sh**ged" the Queen's youngest child in Buckingham Palace when they were dating back in the day.
Appearing on a Daily Star's Live video chat on Thursday to give her verdict on the 2020 version of the gruelling reality show, Sabrina said: "Obviously that was quite a while ago.
"The Prince is married and has children now. That was his before, it's not his present or his now.
"It was something he's done in his yesteryears. That's a while ago and not really anything to talk about."
"Everyone has been passing stories but they haven't been as detailed as Ruthie's maybe."
Sabrina went on to discuss the vile drinking trial EastEnders stars Shane Richie and Jessica Plummer faced on Wednesday's show.
"That's what the jungle is all about. Gruesome, gruesome and more gruesome," Sabrina explained.
The singer confessed that she didn't have to eat or drink anything disgusting during her time on the show 11 years ago.
She said: "I was actually lucky that I didn't have to eat anything disgusting.
"I just ate the Bushtucker which was like crocodile or something."
Sabrina went on to suggest that the contestants are getting nicer food then what she did.
"They are getting more food known to them or something similar," she said.
"We didn't have anything like pheasant or things we may know.
"What they are eating is castle food, it's not jungle food.
Sabrina concluded by adding that she'd like to see more of broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire.
She said: "It's nice to see Jordan [North] grow.
"His confidence is building and that's what's nice to see.
"I'd like Vicky to do some more. I'd like to see more of her."
"I think this jungle has been pleasant to watch because they are getting on and getting on with it.
"I think it will continue to flourish."
Sabrina will be sharing her thoughts with Daily Star each week as the contestants start getting voted off and tensions grow higher.
The pop star is best known for being the lead singer in girl group Mis-teeq, who had a number of hit singles between 1999 and 2005.
Tune into Daily Star's Facebook page on Thursday to get all of Sabrina's I'm A Celeb gossip.
I'm A Celebrity airs nightly on ITV