Don’t Rock Boat fans get sick of boat celebrities’ puke, flower and fatigue

Don't Rock Boat fans get sick of boat celebrities' puke, flower and fatigue

During Monday’s first episode of a reality show, celebrities deceived boat viewers into “exploiting, exploiting, exhausting.”

The 12 famous faces on the ITV reality show are trying to lengthen Britain.

The celebrities, divided into six teams, will travel 500 miles through the water and hit checkpoints in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Former Coronation Street star Craig Charles contracted seasickness at the start of his rowing adventure, before the star went to Lou in a bucket.

Pussycat Dolls star Kimberly Wyatt was also a sea patient, said model Jodi Kid, who really cares about her.

During the rowing challenge, Craig Charles contracted a terrible sea disease

Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton had to spend the night on a support boat to recover unconscious during the dramatic episode.

Viewers melted down on Twitter after seeing the celebrities having a bad experience.

Someone said: “Fainting, packing, *** ting, anything next ?!”

Another wrote: “This show is amazing! Booking, S *** ting, fainting. Is it weird that I like it?”

The audience became sick when they saw a row of celebrities vomiting on the boat

“What Craig Charles sees as a boat *** sums up where 2020 is,” one-third added.

Some fans have complained that there is too much footage of celebrities being sick.

“Why aren’t they given anti-psychotic drugs? Not really good TV,” one fan lamented.

Another added: “I’m turning it off. You can only see people vomiting several times.”

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Earlier it was revealed on the show that celebrities have to go to the toilet in a bucket

Other stars on the Rowing Challenge reality show include singer Flor East, choreographer Lucy Fallon, The Chase’s Shaun Wallace, Love Island’s Jack Finch, Olympian Denise Lewis, Emerdale star Adam Thomas, YouTuber Joe Weller and former Deputy Labor leader Tom Watson.

The show airs throughout this week, with famous faces set to complete not only the Rowing Challenge, but many other tasks on land.

Boat Rock The Boat continues on ITV tomorrow at 9pm.

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