Tom Sandoval is sharing his thoughts on his longtime ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend.
21.11.2023 - 19:15 / ok.co.uk
It’s been three years since Russell Watson moving his fellow campmates, moved from the Australian jungle to a freezing cold castle in north Wales because of the pandemic. One of the stand-out moments from that series was classical singer Russell Watson moving his fellow campmates, including Giovanna Fletcher, Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire, to tears with his rendition of Nessun Dorma. And when we catch up with Russell – who was the fifth celeb to leave the show – he remembers his time in the castle with fond memories and is looking forward to watching this series as a viewer.
“I look back on my time in the castle with a great deal of affection, I really did love it,” he says. “There were elements of it that I didn’t enjoy, but even with the trials that I did, I still enjoyed it. I had a great time.” “My wife and I love the show, so we’ll definitely be watching this year,” the 56-year-old tells OK!.
Russell grew close to his campmates, who also included Vernon Kay and Shane Richie, and he still keeps in touch with all of them to this day. “We have a WhatsApp group and we were all on it recently, congratulating Vernon for having the most successful radio show in the UK,” he shares. “We were all writing ‘Well done, mate’ and ‘Congratulations’.
They’re a great group of people.” During his experience, the singer lost nearly 2st in weight and said the hunger and cold weather were particularly difficult to navigate.
“Most mornings, I would wake up and use my fingers to make a little face in the ice on the windows so I could see out – it was that cold. “By far, the most difficult aspect of the show is the starvation. I lost 20lb in just over two weeks – that’s a lot of weight.
Tom Sandoval is sharing his thoughts on his longtime ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend.
I'm A Celeb star Russell Watson has opened up about the harsh reality of "starvation" and "vile" food on the ITV show. It's been three years since the popular reality TV show moved from the sunny Australian jungle to a chilly castle in north Wales due to the pandemic. One unforgettable moment from that series was when classical singer Russell Watson moved his fellow campmates, including Giovanna Fletcher, Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire, to tears with his beautiful rendition of Nessun Dorma.The classical singer was the fifth celebrity to be voted off the show and has since looked back on his time in the castle with great fondness.
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BBC Radio 2 presenter Vernon Kay will be taking part in an exhausting challenge to help raise cash for Children In Need. Veron started his 115-mile ultamarathon on Tuesday - which he aims to complete by Friday night.
The latest celeb taking part in the 2023 series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here, Grace Dent, has landed in Australia. The Masterchef star, 50, is ready for her jungle adventure, despite previously criticising the show. As she touched down in Oz, she said: "My flight was amazing, I feel very well rested.
“Ted Lasso” stars Jason Sudeikis and Hannah Waddingham made things right with longtime fans by reuniting at his annual Thundergong! charity event Saturday evening.The yearly show benefits the Steps Of Faith Foundation, which “reconnects amputees to their communities, families, and workforces by relieving the financial burden of prosthetic care.”The Apple TV+ co-stars took the stage at the Uptown Theater, in his hometown of Kansas City, Missouri, for a spot-on rendition of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” from “A Star Is Born.” Sudeikis, 48, was front and center with former “Saturday Night Live” co-star Will Forte before he began the duet, which won the 2019 Academy Award for “Best Original Song.”“There is nobody I would rather sing this song with,” Sudeikis said, which almost made it seem as if Forte was preparing to do his best Gaga impersonation. Thankfully, just in the nick of time, Waddingham, 49, appeared onstage to the delight of thousands of cheering fans.
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