Kim Woodburn has said she “bores” the contestants. I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! complain about Matt Hancock.
That how clean is your house The presenter appeared on the ITV reality show in 2009 when she finished second to Gino D’Acampo.
writing for Metro.co.ukWoodburn said she was upset as she watched the roommates moan about Hancock and then eating the food he won in the Bushtucker trials.
“None of those who moan about him dare to make up their own minds,” Woodburn said. “Oh, they’re going to eat his food while tearing him to pieces. You two-faced bunch of pigs!… Damn it, stop this nonsense. Stop it altogether.”
Woodburn then complained that Hancock was chosen by the public to attend his first six bushtucker trials.
“We know the result and want to see how others do it and suffer,” she wrote. “Matt Hancock isn’t suffering, so we don’t care about him anymore, my dear, not at all.
“For God’s sake executives, even if he’s elected for it, put on your thinking caps because you’re insulting our intelligence. You’re failing us miserably with this punishment for Matt Hancock. He has been punished. Go on! It is ridiculous.”
It was announced during Monday’s (November 14) night show that he had avoided his first challenge, which would instead be completed by Boy George, Chris Moyles and Babatúndé Aléshé.
In her article, Woodburn called Moyles “a cowardly, pious little piss ant” and said that the “two-faced” boy George was “lucky,” Hancock even spoke to him given the time he was serving in prison.
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In 2008, Boy George was sentenced to 15 months for assault and false imprisonment after he “chained” then-26-year-old Audun Carlsen to a wall. The singer then pleaded not guilty.
He claimed in court that he handcuffed Carlsen for allegedly stealing pictures from his laptop and wanted to track down the missing items. In a later interview, Boy George said he was high on drugs and struggling with addiction at the time.
Woodburn wrote: “I’m actually quite appalled at this man. I am appalled at his megalomania. He has the nerve to look down on Matt Hancock. Oh please! Behave yourself, you little dwarf!”
I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! airs Sunday to Friday at 9pm on ITV.
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