Matt Hancock: ‘I never thought I’d make the top 5 of I’m A Celebrity’

Matt Hancock said he “never” believed he would be one of the last five I Am Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! Candidates.

he, the 44-year-old former health secretary, has seen off other celebrities such as Cultural Club singer Boy George, radio DJ Chris Moyles and Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver in the Australian woods.

Hancock is currently an MP for West Suffolk and has faced criticism from opposition politicians, from her own party, and has been given a Tory whip for participating in the reality show at a time when Parliament was sitting.

After Moyles was the latest celebrity to be eliminated on Thursday, Hancock told the Bush Telegraph: “We’re coming to an end and I’m glad I’m still here.

“I never thought I could make it to the finals of the year and here I am, so I’m grateful.

Hollyoaks star Owen Warner said earlier after his campmates took the ingredients for the fry: “The forest gives and the forest takes.

“I had one more day in this beautiful place, but taking away my beautiful boy Chris, which is heartbreaking for me, he is an absolute legend.”

Lioness Jill Scott said: “I am very sad to see Chris go. He’s a great campmate.

“He was very funny, very funny. I will really miss him a lot.

Meanwhile, Hancock and former Rugby League player Mike Tindall took part in Friday’s Bushtucker Test, Fallen Stars.

Tindall was questioned to give Hancock time to put the puzzles in the cage.

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Hancock can’t complete a puzzle within the given time, so they earn four out of five available stars.

Elsewhere, Seann Walsh also tries to teach Scott and Warner how to make an impression of his comedian Michael McIntyre while they’re sitting at the creek.

In the Bush Telegraph, Warner said: “It’s not going well. I don’t sound like him and I know Jill doesn’t sound like him. I’ll stick with acting and Jill will stick with football, leave an impression on Seann.”

Back at the creek, he said: “I can do David Attenborough. ‘Here we have Seann, sitting on a rock, the sun shining in his face elegantly… watch how he squirts water around his mouth and licks his lips…’”

He also revealed that he could “cry on demand” as he learned to do so after watching the X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent auditions.

Warner later taught Scott how to cry by saying, “Pick a point, don’t blink… focus on your eyes… really focus on your breath. Think about how your breathing happens when you cry.”

While Walsh said, “It just makes me want to go to sleep.”

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