The 2022 series of I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! is in full flow and has seen the first two stars eliminated from the show.
This season has been one of the most headline-making in the programme’s history, with former health secretary Matt Hancock’s arrival leading to Boy George crying on camera about nearly losing his mother during the pandemic, and Charlene White schooling the politician over his decision to join the show.
On Friday 18 November, White became the first person to be eliminated following the public vote.
Presenter Scarlette Douglas was the second star to be booted off, on Sunday 20 November.
Following her eviction from the camp, she took the oppurtunity to address the awkward exchange between herself and Boy George.
Big moments from the 20th series have so far included Seann Walsh opening up about his Strictly cheating scandal to Corrie star Sue Cleaver, Hancock saying he’s looking for forgiveness, and former Rugby player Mike Tindall’s eyebrow-raising Princess Anne story.
Ex-footballer Jill Scott also got a cockroach stuck in her ear. “It’s in my brain!” she cried. Ouch.
Read updates on the latest jungle antics below...
Guessing the campmates are pretty happy about the current World Cup scoreline.
She will be missed...
Who’s left I’m a Celebrity so far?
Here’s everything you need to know:
Newsreader and ‘Loose Women’ host Charlene White was the first to leave the jungle
A clip of Matt Hancock getting serious in last night’s episode...
“Boiling Point: The Return.”
Here’s a little preview:
In case you missed it earlier, here’s Scarlette Douglas reacting to that awkward exchange with Boy George after her departure...
‘It’s his story to tell, it’s not mine,’ presenter said
Owen Warner’s under the bushtucker microscope this evening.
But who is he? Here’s a brief explainer:
Here’s everything you need to know about the early favourite to win this year’s series
Jonathan Ross certainly isn’t mincing his words when it comes to Matt Hancock’s credentials.
“No, I wouldn’t [interview him]. He’s not a celebrity.”
“He’s a horrible human being and I cannot bear the way people take no responsibility for their actions.”
‘He’s a horrible human being and I cannot bear the way people take no responsibility for their actions,’ Ross said
How much are this year’s contestants getting paid?
Here’s what we know:
Fees vary wildly from person to person – with one said to be nearly reaching £1m
Join our commenting forum
Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies