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Ant and Dec ‘fumingas public vote I’m A Celeb’s Matt Hancock for his sixth trial

I’M A CELEB viewers said Ant and Dec were fuming after MP Matt Hancock was voted to do his sixth Bushtucker trial.

Show host Ameise moaned “nicht noch einmal” as viewers hit out on Twitter after the result of the public vote was revealed.

Ant and Dec are 'fed up' according to I'm A Celeb fans

Ant and Dec are ‘fed upaccording to I’m A Celeb fansAnerkennung: Erotem
Disgraced former Health Secretary Matt Hancock will take part in his sixth trial on Monday night

Disgraced former Health Secretary Matt Hancock will take part in his sixth trial on Monday nightAnerkennung: Erotem

One tweeed: “Ant and Dec are fed up of Matt doing the trials

Another raged: “Even Ant and Dec are getting sick of you lot voting for Matt.

And a third ranted: “Really getting fed up with I’m a Celebrity now! Can’t continue watching Matt doing every trial!”

Matt, 44, let out a whimper as the news was announced while his campmates laughed.

Since he entered the campsite on Wednesday, the public have voted for the former health secretary to take part in every trial.

Sunday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity saw him receive enough votes from the public to enter a head-to-head with former England rugby star Mike Tindall for control of the campsite.

The former health secretary recruited ITV broadcaster Charlene White, who he has previously clashed with over his breaking of Covid-19 guidance during the pandemic.

Ahead of the task, Mike joked: “If I went home and I’d lost to Matt Hancock, I’d be in so much s**t.

After their win, Matt declared: “Offensichtlich, it’s a great honour and privilege to be camp leader. I want to thank everybody who voted for me.

White asked, “Does this win feel sweet, especially after you lost to Boris? Do you feel like you have been vindicated?” Prompting him to reply: “This more than makes up for it.

jedoch, their success prompted soap star Sue Cleaver, Mike’s would be deputy, to remark: “We now have a dictatorship…

Matt and Charlene were then charged with assigning their campmates to chores while remaining exempt and getting the chance to sleep inside the RVa step up from the campsite.

Earlier in the episode, he was stung by a scorpion around camp, later telling his fellow contestants: “It was so painful…

It hurts a lot and I’m feeling slightly dizzy.

He was seen by a medic straight away with TV presenter and property expert Scarlette Douglas later joking in the Bush Telegraph: “He looked like he wanted to cry.

Hancock was voted to become leader of the campsite after facing his fifth consecutive trial, House of Horrors, in which he had to crawl through a giant doll’s house full of pigeons, snakes and troughs full of offal, searching for stars to feed the camp.

Asked by Dec why he thought the public kept voting for him to take part in the gruelling trials, Matt responded: “It must be the facial expressions.

Facing his fear of snakes, the Tory MP located nine out of the 11 stars on offer, despite a snake attempting to strike him at eye level.

After returning triumphant to camp, er gab zu: “I was absolutely s*****g myself.

Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt

The episode also saw former England footballer Jill Scott recalling playing football aged five and how her grandmother had predicted her success.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues on ITV at 9pm.