I’m A Celeb fans spot moment Adam Woodyatt ‘released Ian Beale inside’ after feud with Naughty Boy during trial

Fans of I’m A Celebrity have discovered the moment Adam Woodyatt “released his inner self” following his feud with Naughty Boy during tonight’s Bushtucker Trial.

Adam – who played Ian Beale on EastEnders for 36 years – was joined by footie legend David Ginola and music producer Naughty boy in the latest beta, Cells for Hell.

I'm a Celeb viewers discovered Adam Woodyatt moment 'inner release Ian Beale'


I’m a Celeb viewers discovered Adam Woodyatt moment ‘inner release Ian Beale’
ITV viewers believe Adam's BBC One character will appear in tonight's episode


ITV viewers believe Adam’s BBC One character will appear in tonight’s episode

The trio are locked in a separate cell, and the goal of the test is to open the locker in the third cell and get the 11 stars inside.

But they can only do this by taking the keys from the locker in the previous two cells and transferring them.

Naughty Boy picks the last square, Adam in the middle and David in the first.

As they worked to unlock them, they were spilled with rotten fruit and organs, meaning the quest for the key became more difficult.

They struggled to open the locks as the locks became increasingly slippery.

But David soon figured out the rhythm and he and Adam started to pick up speed, but Naughty Boy still struggled to unlock his padlock.

Therefore, Adam decided to drop some keys on the floor in Naughty Boy’s cell.

Meanwhile, the musician continues to struggle to get the stars in his pocket, which just wastes more time.

An exasperated Adam asked: “Can I go in there [to Naughty Boy’s cell]? ”

He then told David to stop collecting keys and said, “It’s pointless, he’s got six keys on the floor.”

Ant and Dec are also urging Naughty Boy to move on as he struggles to get the stars in his pocket.

Naughty Boy commented, “This is definitely not my favorite Test!”

After the testing was over, Naughty Boy confirmed that they were ready to collect our 4 stars 11 stars.

The musician pointed out that he was slowed down because Adam kept dropping keys on the floor.

“That makes it a little difficult… I have to look for them in the mess,” he said.

I tried my best.”

A surprised Adam wasn’t impressed with Naughty Boy’s comment and went to the musician’s cell to take a look.

The soap star commented that he could easily see the stars on the floor – which shows that his method didn’t slow Naughty Boy down.

Naughty Boy told Ant and Dec: “I’m disappointed that I’m the one who could have had three more.”

David added: “Don’t worry about it. Out of five games, you might have a bad one. “

However, ITV audiences were quick to spot Adam’s reaction, with fans joking that Adam had integrated into his BBC One character Ian Beale in a split second.

One person wrote: “Adam is totally Ian Beale hahahaha….as funny as f***. #ImACeleb”

Another posted: “Adam releases lingerie Ian Beale. #ImACeleb”

A Tuesday posted: “Oh Adam Woodyatt deffo has some Ian Beale traits. #ImACeleb”

“Adam is really playing himself as Ian Beale?? Just a little less. I’m almost convinced he threw those keys on purpose too,” suggested another.

Another added: “Adam – Ian Beale. There seems to be no personality difference. #ImACeleb”

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