Matt Hancock could be sidelined from ITV I’m A Celeb trials due to injury on Channel 4 show

Former health minister turned reality star Matt Hancock could be exempted from some bushtucker trials as he joins ITV’s I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!.

The MP has been criticized for his decision to take part in the latest series of the ITV hit show, which begins on Sunday.

However, as the public is expected to vote for the MP at all court hearings, it has been reported that he may be exempt from certain challenges.

That former health minister He reportedly suffered from Trench Foot after competing in SAS Who Dares Wins The Express.

Now it’s being reported that Hancock’s trench foot could prevent him from attending certain court cases.

According to a source from The sunthey said: “When he was filming SAS Who Dares Wins in October, Matt got a trench coat.

“Indeed, many of the cast members did. It can take him up to six months to recover from this, so any water-based tasks or attempts at swimming would be bad news for his feet.”

Hancock is joined by celebrities like Boy George, Mike Tindall and Jill Scott in a battle to be crowned king or queen of the jungle.

After it was announced that the MP would attend the reality showhe explained his decision after many claimed he was “insane”.

Sharing: “I think it’s a great opportunity to speak directly to people who don’t always care about politics, even if they care a lot about how our country is going.

“It is our job as politicians to go where the people are – not to sit in Westminster in ivory towers.” Matt Hancock could be sidelined from ITV I’m A Celeb trials due to injury on Channel 4 show

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