I’m a celebrity … get me out of here! Hosts Ant McPartlin is not wasting time making fun as the ITV show is back on our screens.
With Kovid restricting their journey to their usual place in the Australian jungle, the show moved to Gwrick Castle near Abergale in North Wales, and the ants were quick to joke, as they usually co-host Declan Domla with 12 hours ahead of the UK.
After introducing himself as “MBE” to the rest of the camp, the agent used this moment to quickly dig into the passport athlete Holly Arnold.
The 26-year-old gold medalist spoke to her fellow camp members in a walkie-talkie, mentioning that the Queen had honored her.
When it was cut to the ants in the castle and December, Giordi both thought it was time for a “quick time check” and confirmed that the ants were in Wales at 9.33pm as it was across the UK.
The staff laughed and December replied: “Thanks for that ant.”
The ant retorted jokingly: “This is actually Ant McPartlin OBE.”
It was enough to get viewers to take to Twitter to share their laughter in the hilarious moment, when one confirmed: “If no one is sure, Holly Arnold actually has an MBE”.
Another tweeted: “My family is all talking about her MBE from Holly Arnold.”
One-third wrote: “This is actually Ant McPartlin, OBE, they are already embarrassing Holly Arnold, MBE. “
With no show from the UK for the first time to fund celebrities and their families, and five-star hotels in Australia, viewers have not lost sight of the fact that campers have more helicopters on hand to take them to their makeshift home.
Unfortunately, for me, as a celebrity boss, five different helicopters flew into the shot during Sunday’s launch show, which attracted a lot of viewers.
Although it was common for the players to arrive in groups of three, this time they were given one chopper each.
Viewers argued that this was not the most environmentally friendly decision manufacturers could make.
Fans who went to Twitter to express their outrage criticized the move as meaningless.
Someone tweeted: “Im Celebrity is really working for the environment with personal helicopters ….”
Another wrote: “Why does everyone come in special helicopters? # Happy to destroy the environment.”
A third tweeted: “ITV has done well to take real care of the environment when it gets private helicopters to drop off 10 people in Wales.”
* I’m going to be a celebrity on ITV tomorrow At 9 p.m. .
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