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FLIRTY newcomer Jake Quickenden is already looking set to cause a rumble in the jungle - by playing beauties Nadia Forde and Kendra Wilkinson off against each other.
It was the 40th anniversary of the Rumble in the Jungle this week, which prompted some reminiscing.
London, Dec 9 ( ANI ): Roy Hodgson and his England players will need vaccinations against Rabies and Yellow Fever before they head for their Brazil World Cup rumble in the jungle, according to reports.
And the 20 we like the best will win: a Tomy Rumble In The Jungle Tropical trap game for children aged five and above worth pounds 14.
If it got heated enough we could go 11 rounds in a national park, our equivalent of a rumble in the jungle.
There will be no rumble in the jungle for former Welsh Secretary Ron Davies.
Partners at Ernst & Young's Birmingham office are heading for a rumble in the jungle as they prepare themselves for the firm's very own version of the hit ITV show I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here
So the Rumble in the Jungle has started and, in spite of protestations to the contrary before she went in, Janet Street-Porter looked perfectly at ease with Paul Burrell on Sunday night.