I’m a Celebrity: Why Black Female Contestants Never Get A Chance

Twenty years later, you know what you’re getting with I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!. Soap actors will gnaw fried genitals. Spiders will crawl across the singer’s forehead. Black women will get to vote first. In 2019, Adele Roberts was the first camper to receive marching orders. 80s pop queen Sinitta ranked 11th in 2011. Even This Morning’s internationally beloved Alison Hammond barely made it to 10th in the 2010 series.

After two weeks of the 22nd season of the ITV series, the tradition remains the same – newsreader Charlene White and TV presenter Scarlette Douglas were the first and second contestants to be eliminated from the competition.

https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/television/im-a-celebrity-why-black-female-contestants-never-stand-a-chance-42165120.html I’m a Celebrity: Why Black Female Contestants Never Get A Chance

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