Matt Hancock as he questioned the MP's reasoning for signing up to I'm A Celebrity...
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I'M A Celebrity bombshell Catalina Guirado has slammed the ITV reality show for being too intrusive and leaving her traumatised. The model, 48, starred in the second series back in 2003, which was won by former cricketer Phil Tufnell. Reflecting on her time in the jungle, in which she finished seventh, Catalina was scathing about the show camera operators.
She told the Star: "They were so mean. They’d made a little hole and there was a camera sticking down it. They unzipped the bag slightly and I woke up to a camera in my face.
"I woke up at night and they were filming us sleeping. It was very intrusive, it was horrible. I think I might have F-bombed them and they left me alone.
Then it was like, did that happen? Was that a nightmare?" The beauty also accused producers of editing footage of her a certain way to fit their own narrative. READ MORE ON I'M A CELEBRITYJUNGLE RUMBLE Fans fury as Matt Hancock reaches final after Mike Tindall exits I'm A CelebI'M A CEREBRALTY Try our fun I'm A Celebrity quiz to find out if you're a camp champ Catalina insists she was a willing team player but was continuously made to look like a prima donna. She continued: "I think it was very unfair to do that and I did feel really quite traumatised mentally by it.
It wasn’t good for my mental health." During her stint on the programme she took part in one challenge, Croc Pit, and managed to get all 10 stars for camp. She was the third famous face to leave, shortly after EastEnders legend Danniella Westbrook and ITV weather presenter Siân Lloyd. Most read in I’m A CelebrityJUNGLE RUMBLE Fans fury as Matt Hancock reaches final after Mike Tindall exits I'm A CelebWHIRLWIND I'm A Celeb viewers complain that Celebrity Cyclone is 'ruined'JUNGLE.
Matt Hancock as he questioned the MP's reasoning for signing up to I'm A Celebrity...
I'm A Celeb viewers all said the same thing about Owen Warner’s ‘disgusting’ final trial. The Hollyoaks star - who plays Romeo Nightingale in the Channel 4 soap - took part in the Bushtucker Bonanza tonight to win his final meal. The final three - Owen, Matt Hancock and Jill Scott - all had to take part in their very own trials during tonight's episode of the ITV show.
BOY George's behaviour moments after Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle set tongues wagging among viewers. I'm A Celebrity fans were shocked by the musical icon's antics in the closing moments of the show as he threw his drink in the air.
I'M A Celebrity fans have been left confused after noticing that Mike Tindall has been "rule breaking" in the jungle camp. The former rugby player was crowned camp leader after taking over from former Health Secretary Matt Hancock last week.
RUTHIE Henshall has "not switched on I'm A Celebrity once" after bosses signed up disgraced MP Matt Hancock. The actress said she "cannot and will not support his transformation to acceptable TV celebrity" and urged fans "don’t mistake him for a panto villain or a cheeky chap." The I'm A Celeb 2020 star said she had been inundated with requests to comment on the former Health Secretary entering the ITV jungle after her mum Gloria died following months of isolation in a care home.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner Christopher Biggins believes Matt Hancock could make the final of the show in a surprising turn of events.The former Health Secretary was tipped to be the first contestant to leave the jungle, but has so far avoided being voted off the show by the public. So far, the MP has proved to be a good sport by successfully completing his Bushtucker Trials.He has also told campmates he was looking for forgiveness after breaking his own social distancing rules last year. Speaking out on his antics, Christopher said: "He's doing everything brilliantly and however much you may hate him he is a player and he goes for it, he really does go for it he gets all the stars."He feeds the camp, he's charming and has won over the camp and I think is winning the audience over too."Scarlette Douglas ‘devastated’ by Jonnie Irwin's terminal cancer newsLike many others, the former winner thought Matt would be the first contestant to leave the show.However he is yet to receive the lowest amount of votes to kick him out by the public.So far, Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver have been given the boot, leaving Jill Scott as the only remaining female in camp. Christopher added on the Mail Online's Jungle Confidential podcast: "Originally people thought the best thing would have been if he was first to go out.
I'M A Celebrity fans have done a dramatic U-turn and are backing an unlikely campmate to win. When shamed MP Matt Hancock arrived as a late addition two weeks ago many expected him to be eliminated first. After being made to do six consecutive Bushtucker Trials in a row - all of which he succeeded in collecting a decent amount of stars - viewers appeared to tire of trying to break him.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on Saturday night after receiving the fewest public votes to stay in the camp.The 42-year-old newsreader has since discussed her time on the show with hosts Ant and Dec, and most recently, on Loose Women today.Speaking to her fellow panellists, the journalist was asked about her confronting Matt Hancock and also refusing to sleep in the RV with him.Via video link from Australia, the newsreader claimed the former Health Secretary ruined her time on the show.Former I'm A Celebrity...
I'M A Celeb star Owen Warner tonight tackles the notorious trial that broke Chris Moyles. The Hollyoaks star, 23, is seen beating the Radio X DJ's performance within seconds of starting the Boiling Point challenge.
I'M A Celebrity viewers have been left in shock after a TV legend made a disgusting confession during last night's show. Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver was joined by Boy George and Chris Moyles for a challenge in camp to win letters from home.
I'M A Celebrity Jungle Queen Vicky Pattison has revealed the toughest part of jungle life - and it's not what you might expect. The Geordie Shore star, 35, took the crown Down Under back in 2015, with Union J singer George Shelley as runner-up.
BOY George has become the highest-paid I'm a Celebrity contestant in the show's history - and those close to him aren't surprised. The Sun previously revealed the iconic singer had inked a deal for more than £800k to join this year's line-up of famous campers.
Last night, she was the first campmate to be evicted from I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and now Charlene White says she was left in an impossible position when ITV put Matt Hancock in the jungle.
MIKE Tindall has the royal in-laws tracking his antics in the I'm A Celebrity camp, according to a top expert. They claim Princess Anne, 72, - Mike's mother-in-law and parent of his equestrian star wife Zara Tindall, 41, - is tuned into the hit ITV show.
MATT Hancock is set for a bumper payday when he leaves I’m a Celebrity, with agents clamouring to book him for lucrative speaking opportunities. The former Health Secretary, 44, admitted he did not expect to serve in government again after risking his career by signing up to the ITV show.
I'M A Celeb fans have been left hugely concerned for one contestant after the camp scored a dismal single star in the latest challenge. This meant it was just the sole meal for the I'm A Celeb campmates and viewers have been worried for their wellbeing.
Harry Redknapp, 75, spoke about Matt Hancock, 44, and his decision to join ITV’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! despite an outcry from the public and some of his fellow MPs.The football manager admitted he felt like the public were keen to watch the former health secretary “suffer” during the jungle trials. Harry competed in I’m A Celeb back in 2018 and went on to be crowned King of the Jungle after proving popular with the public. In a new interview, the star was asked what he thought of Matt joining the show when people felt he should be at home working for his constituents. “Yeah, I think lots of people did think he should be at home,” the star reflected. “He was always going to get picked for every trial,” Harry admitted. “People wanted to see him suffer. “I suppose lots of politicians have done different reality TV shows like Strictly,” the football legend added. “So he’s not the first, but he’s going to get some grief over it, that’s for sure.”Harry was then quizzed about what it takes to win the show after his victory four years ago.“It’s quite tough.
OLIVIA Attwood has admitted she thought she was pregnant before slamming 'misogynistic' rumours surrounding her I'm A Celebrity exit. The Love Island star, 31, has revealed she questioned whether she was expecting when she learned some blood tests results had come back as abnormal. Olivia got the news about the results while she was in the jungle and was rushed to A&E for further tests.
I'M A CELEB star Nicola McLean has given her verdict on this year's contestants and said she was "gutted" to see good pal Olivia Attwood leave the jungle. The former glamour model, 41, who starred in the 2008 series, said she was rooting for the Love Island star, 31, to win before she was forced to quit jungle life after 24 hours on medical grounds.
ANT and Dec have joked about ‘cutbacks’ at ITV after they were forced to share an umbrella. The comedy duo were filmed once I’m A Celebrity ended yesterday as they attempted to find their cars in the rain. Huddling under an umbrella together, Ant teased: “This is how we have to get about.