Matt Hancock avoids deportation as Loose Women star Charlene White becomes first campmate to leave I’m a Celebrity

Charlene White has become the first contestant to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! after a public vote.

The 42-year-old Loose Women star was announced by hosts Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly as the celebrity with the fewest votes on Friday’s show.

As she left the Australian jungle, she told the Geordie duo: “This is really, really weird.”

When asked by McPartlin and Donnelly about the role of a mother in camp, White said, “Once you’re a parent, you take on this role wherever you go.”

She said she wanted Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver or former rugby player Mike Tindall to win I’m a Celebrity.

Also on Friday’s show, White and Boy George took part in the latest Bushtucker test called Watery Grave, where they had to go into two separate graves and transmit stars to each other with magnets.

Water spiders, eels and mud crabs have been added to their graves and White said: “I don’t think I can do this. I just got out of the water because I couldn’t get in with the eels.”

Then she said, “I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! I tried, I couldn’t.”

When she returned to camp, everyone hugged White and Cleaver then hugged her while White cried.

White said earlier on the show that since she’s an “impartial journalist”, she can’t share an RV with Matt Hancock, an “incumbent MP” and possibly a minister again.

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She and Hancock were given more comfortable sleeping places after the congressman was appointed leader in the previous episode of the show but she slept on a camp bed outside.

“I’d say every conversation we’ve had about Matt being here constantly involves me calculating in my head about fairness and making sure it doesn’t go too much in one direction,” White said.

“Continually thinking about those guidelines and broadcasting rules. It’s something that’s on my mind every day.”

She added: “He understands. He understands that. He understands my job. It’s just a weird situation, but it’s how I live every day.”

Elsewhere, Boy George tells Hancock that he “hated” the former health secretary during their time in the woods.

The Culture Club’s 61-year-old singer apologized to the MP for his behavior towards him and said he found it difficult to “separate” the politician from the human.

On Friday, Boy George told comedian Seann Walsh: “(I) can’t stand Matt. I tried to like him and I failed. I found him so sleazy, I found him so real. slippery.

“I saw him just… I made a joke about chocolate. He just looked at me like… I wanted to say, ‘What are you looking at? Don’t look at me like that’.”

Hancock then joined the conversation and Boy George told him, “I’m joking about chocolate. For God’s sake, I’m like… let’s have some fun.

“I don’t like the way you look at me. I made a joke and you were like…”

Hancock said it was not his “intention” and he apologized for making him feel “uncomfortable”.

Boy George later told the Bush Telegraph: “He’s probably going to be pretty upset and I started a little bit and I just thought, ‘you know what, just tell him to his face how you feel’.”

The singer then told Hancock: “I just feel like people are trying to be too nice. It’s touching my chest. I don’t want to argue… I just want to stop guys, smile. “

“I’ll be honest with you, I think your presence has made people very compliant.”

Hancock replied: “Compliant, that’s a funny word.”

Little George said: “I hated you so much, I have to be honest. Sometimes I feel like you don’t say what you mean and you’re not particularly outspoken.”

He added: “I’m trying to separate you as a human being and you as a politician, and I’m struggling with that. We don’t have the same political views.

“I’m struggling a bit with you. It’s not your problem, it’s my problem. I’m sorry I really offended you a minute ago.”

Hancock said he prefers the truth and “would love to spend time with” Boy George.

The musician told the Bush Telegraph: “I’m relieved. I think, I don’t want to come out of here and feel like I’ve been dishonest. I have to be honest.”

Owen Warner also told host Scarlette Douglas that the medical secretary was “very bold” to ask if there was any food around.

The 23-year-old Hollyoaks actor said Hancock “bragged about how much food was there” when invited to a beachside barbecue during Thursday’s episode.

Warner also talked about Hancock wiping bird droppings off his leadership chair.

He told the Bush Telegraph: “That’s our former health secretary… ‘happy birthday twice’ he told me (while washing his hands) and he was given only a little bit (splash of water) wash it off) after touching his poop hands!”

The camp also elected a new leader and voted for Tindall, who made Cleaver his deputy.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! returns on Saturdays at 9:10pm on ITV1 and ITV Hub. Matt Hancock avoids deportation as Loose Women star Charlene White becomes first campmate to leave I’m a Celebrity

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