Mike Tindall shared his thoughts on campmate Matt Hancock’s place in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! as the show’s finale approached, said, “Matt clearly wants to win.”
He, the 44-year-old former health secretary, joined the hit ITV reality show as a latecomer and has received mixed reception from his celebrity campmates throughout the contest.
Speaking to the Bush Telegraph ahead of the show’s finale on Sunday night, former England rugby player Tindall, 44, said: “Matt makes sure his t-shirt and phone number are always up to date. display. Matt clearly wants to win.
“I’m happy to turn things around every time he leaves camp.”
He added: “Once a politician, forever a politician. Always vote for votes.
Later, speaking to Seann Walsh, who went into the Australian woods with Hancock, Tindall said: “Have you noticed someone promoting themselves? Matt has put all his things with ‘Matt’ and phone number pointed at the camera.
Elsewhere on Saturday night’s show, as thoughts turned to voting, comedian Walsh, 36, said: “Whoever has to go today, stay very close to the Tornado… and then have to say goodbye. I hope it’s not me.”
Walsh then learned that it was he who would actually leave after he received the lowest number of public votes.
Hancock shared her disappointment at losing Walsh, saying: “Oh my gosh, I’m so sorry Seann is gone, he just has an absolute heart of gold. And he’s funny as hell. Everyone sees that.”
After being confirmed as one of the final four, Owen Warner said: “I’ve reached a point where I never thought I’d reach in a million years.”
While Jill Scott shared the skepticism, adding: “I really can’t believe it.”
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In the Bush Telegraph, Lioness, 35, continued: “I really can’t believe I’m still here.
“I don’t think I will make it to the last four.
“Today around the camp seems a lot quieter.”
Also on Saturday’s episode, the last four faced the much-loved tornado challenge, which saw celebrities battle their way through a slippery, obstacle-filled slope. animals while trying to win stars to camp one last time.
Hancock was delighted at the prospect of taking on the challenge, telling his camp mates: “I never thought I would make it to the Cyclone. It will be absolutely brilliant, I can’t wait.
Meanwhile, Hollyoaks actor Warner, 23, said: “I’m absolutely stunned, can’t believe I’m here, can’t believe I’m doing this. I am speechless. I’m really speechless.”
Scott added: “Honestly, to get the chance to do this is like icing on a cake.”
As part of the challenge, each celebrity was asked to take on the role of a superhero, with Tindall announcing: I’m Quicksilver, wherever there are stars, I have to go.
Warner proudly says: “I’m Goldicks, come on!”
Hancock added: “I’m Bronco Dong and I’m trying to keep my dear life.”
And finally Scott said, “I’m Purple Reign, I have to help my team!”
Speaking to hosts Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, Hancock said: “This is the only Test you would expect!”
After facing the challenge and being tackled by Tindall in rugby in the process, Hancock said: “I just thought, let’s go straight to the middle… Give people what they want, a big goal and they love it. And then I was landed by Mike Tindall.
Added: “It’s even more fun than it looks.”
The Last Of Me A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will air on ITV1 on November 27 at 9pm.
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