Matt Hancock left his fellow campmates in the jungle and enjoyed a day at the beach with Sue Cleaver, Jill Scott, and as Matt’s girlfriend arrived Down Under for ITV’s first eviction
Matt Hancock, Owen Warner has missed out on Surf and Turf on the beach – despite his fellow contestants trying to help him win a place by putting his name on extra balls which were drawn out like cards in NetBet Casino.
Mike Tindall, who was ahead of the Bush Telegraph trip, said: “On a Beach, BBQ, Surf and Turf… Sounds absolutely amazing.”
Chris Moyles admitted that he should have said, “Look guys, even though I win, I’ll give the money to someone else.” But he won’t.
Sue chose to place Owen’s ball in her draw before her own. However, she still won the prize.
Three contestants took to the air from the jungle by helicopter.
Jake wrote, “So far Mr. Hancock a done a good job in bringing back stars so I’m happy that the public has decided to let someone else have at the Bushtucker Trials.” Jake was writing as Chris was chosen to take on the trial.
He said, “I think campmates will get annoyed about the fact that Mr. Hancock gets all the airtime. You see some digs when he votes, and some people seem to pretend they’re happy they weren’t voted for.”
“But it can become so monotonous at times, that you may be asking for a trial just to have a change.
Jake voted for Boy George to start some camp clashes.
The former I’m A Celebrity star said on Tuesday, “I expect some arguments to take place over the next few days, especially between Boy George’s and anyone who gets on his side.”
The father-of-one said: “It can get very awkward in camp when people disagree and you often need to have a mediator, which I believe will be Seann [Walsh] in this case.”
“He’s a funny man who seems kind of chill, but he came into Mr. Hancock so it’s easy to see him having his back.”