CHRIS Moyles is faking his easy-going nature and scheming to form a "rebellion" on I'm A Celebrity, a body language expert has claimed.
The radio DJ, 48, laughed it off when Matt Hancock MP was announced as camp leader on last night's show. But speaking to The Sun on behalf of Betfair Bingo, behavioural expert Darren Stanton gave his take on Chris's real feelings. “When it was announced that Matt was leader everyone looked astonished and surprised", he said. "However, we also had some interesting gestures of non-verbal communication from Boy George, Sue, Chris and Charlene. "We saw Boy George flash disgust while Charlene appeared to show contempt as well, displaying a one-sided smile.
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