FANS of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here were left all asking the same questions after Matt Hancock faced the second trial.
Viewers were left questioning as to why one of the celebrities were given an exemption from the Bushtucker trial on Wednesday night.
MP 马特, 44, was voted in to tackle his first trial shortly after his arrival to camp by the British public watching from home.
He is now set to tackle the Tentacles of Terror trial, which will see him diving into a pool of crabs and grappling with rising water levels.
然而, fans were quick to notice how one of the celebs they had hoped to see face the trial didn’t make it into the running during the announcement last night.
They were left asking why Babatunde Aleshe was made “exempt”, without explaining whether it was on “medical grounds”.
During the announcement of who would be doing the show, it was revealed that Babatunde, 34, would not be able to take part.
Normally celebrities would be explained as exempt on “medical grounds” – but there was no explanation as to why he was missing.
反而, the comedian looked confused as Ant and Dec revealed that he was not in the running for the horrifying trial.
上推特, 一位粉丝写道: “That’s Babatunde out of the trials now he’s proved he can do it, 正确的?”
“I wonder if Baba can’t swim? And that’s why he is exempt?” a second asked, as a third said: “Baba looked really surprised he was exempt, but surely he would know why?”
妈妈说她的牙齿里面空洞又脆，然后随机开始掉: “Did nobody tell Baba he was exempt?”
In a teaser clip, Matt looked terrified as he tackled Tentacles of Terror – where he was submerged underwater to collect stars.
后 [object Window] delivered the news he was doing, Matt said: “Do you know what, I just knew it was going to be me and I still felt nervous.”
Matt’s highly anticipated arrival in the jungle was met with a mixture of shock, incredulity and uncontrollable laughter from the campmates last night.
Shortly after arriving he took part in the Beastly Burrows Bushtucker Trial challenge alongside fellow late entry, comedian Seann Walsh.
After seeing Hancock come down the stairs Seann doubled over in fits of laughter, later exclaiming to the Bush Telegraph, “马特·汉考克!” and laughing even more.
Matt caused a further stir as he entered the main camp, with many of the show’s famous faces shocked to see the West Suffolk MP, who had the Conservative Party whip removed after announcing his plans to join the show.
Following the arrivals of Matt and Seann, radio DJ Chris Moyles paid a visit to the Bush Telegraph and said: “我的天啊, two new people have arrived.
“One of them is Seann Walsh and the other one – I’ve got to go back and double check.”
Also speaking in the Bush Telegraph, soap star Sue Cleaver added: “I don’t know what to say.”
Later in a one-on-one exchange with Hancock, Loose Women star Charlene White asked him: “Why are you here?”
“Because, honest truth, there are so few ways in which politicians can show that we are human beings,” Matt replied, to which Charlene flashed a disbelieving look.
早些时候, referencing the politician’s role in televised press conferences during the coronavirus pandemic, 克里斯, 48, 问: “You’ve got to get it out of the way for me, please just say, ‘Next slide please’, and I’m really happy.”
After Matt willingly said: “Next slide please”, Culture Club frontman Boy George told him: “You’re really going to get it. You’re really going to get it. Not from me, 我是说, just from…”