Matt Hancock faces fourth straight Bushtucker trial over I’m a Celebrity

The public voted for Matt Hancock to take on the fourth consecutive challenge on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! since arriving in the woods on Wednesday with comedian Seann Walsh.

The former health secretary, 44, will face Who Wants To Look Silly On The Air? alongside 23-year-old campmate Owen Warner, who played Romeo Nightingale in Hollyoaks.

The Bushtucker trial was in the style of a quiz show based on the TV game Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.

After delivering the news on Friday’s show, co-host Ant McPartlin said “we’ll see you all at the test because you can come watch it today,” receiving a response. cheers from campmates.

Earlier in the episode, the West Suffolk congressman ate part of a camel’s penis, a sheep’s vagina, and a cow’s anus in the series’ first feeding test alongside Culture Club’s Boy George.

The public voted for the couple to join the La Cucaracha (Cockroach Café) cafe, where they brought home 11 stars for the camp.

Sitting across from each other at the Mexican-themed restaurant while the band Mariachi performed, Hancock was confronted for the first time with a fisheye tacos he said tasted “very fishy” while Little George ate sticky beans.

Hancock had to drink a full glass of the worm powder concoction that came with filthy bead decorations – which he described as “absolutely disgusting”, branding the texture as “appalling”.

Meanwhile, Boy George, who was allowed a vegetarian diet while on duty, compared eating a fermented duck egg to his campmate Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver – ” like coal”.

The Tory MP said eating the tip of a camel’s penis was “soft and crispy” and described the thought of eating a sheep’s vagina as “disgusting”.

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After being served a cow’s anus, he added: “The texture is horrible and you think about what you’re eating all the time. I do not recommend it as a main course”.

McPartlin joked: “We’ll take it off the menu, thanks for that.”

Musician Boy George also shouted as he picked up the plate of fermented plums, adding: “It tastes like perfume.”

For the final star, Hancock has to eat cockroaches and dip in mixed cockroaches, while Boy George has to deal with mixed and fermented seaweed – helping the pair get an all-star home.

After the ordeal, Hancock was questioned by campmates about breaking coronavirus social distancing rules during the pandemic by having an affair in her ministry office with aide Gina Coladangelo.

Hancock, who resigned as Health Secretary in June 2021, said: “It was a mistake, because I fell in love with someone. That’s why I apologized for that.”

TV presenter and real estate expert Scarlette Douglas said: “It’s kind of, you just do it and then it’s like, ‘Oh, I’m sorry, I’m sorry’.”

Hancock replied, “No, because it’s bigger than that.”

Loose Women star Charlene White said: “It’s bigger than that. My aunt died of Covid in the first wave.

“So we couldn’t go to the hospital to visit her. I had to sit alone in the church at her funeral. We couldn’t hug each other because we were following instructions.

“And I understand that you fell in love, I understand all of that, but sorry for many families like me don’t really cut it.”

Hancock replied, “Yes. Yes, you get it. That’s one of the reasons that I regret it too.”

Speaking to White, he added: “You know what it really is, what I’m really looking for is a little forgiveness, that’s what I’m really looking for.”


Charlene White (Ian West / PA)

Douglas said: “I almost cried.”

Hancock replied: “Me too, we all make mistakes. I made a pretty big one. “

The exchange prompted both White and Cleaver to give him a hug, and the actress added: “That made Matt say so.”

Hancock later told the Bush Telegraph that his camp mates asked questions the public had and “it’s respectful to only give answers that are completely frank and honest”.

He added: “I didn’t really expect it, but it was very emotional.”

The congressman joined the cast of I’m a Celebrity… Get me out of here! on Wednesday after facing much criticism of his decision from the public and fellow politicians.

I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! continues on ITV at 9 p.m. Saturday. Matt Hancock faces fourth straight Bushtucker trial over I’m a Celebrity

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