I’m a celebrity … get me out of here! With the ITV show back on our screens, the host Ant Ant Mart Partley wasted no time in raising the banner.
After the show relocated to Gwich Castle near Abrel, Covid stopped the crew from going to their usual place in the Australian Australian jungle after the ban, Ant joked at the time because they would normally be about 12 hours ahead of the UK. It airs with co-host Declan Donnelly.
Ant also used that moment to speed up towards parasports athlete Holly Arnold, after which she introduced herself as “MBE” with others at the camp.
The 26-year-old gold medalist spoke to her fellow campmates on the Vie Ki Talkie and was quick to mention that she had been honored by the Queen.
When he cut back on the castle towards Ant and Dec, the pair of Jordi thought it was time to do a “quick time check”, so Ant confirmed that he was in Wales at 9.33pm, as he was around the UK.
Smiling crew, Dec replied: “Thanks for that ant.”
Hit the ant back jokingly: “It’s really Ant Antarctine OBE.”
The fun moment was enough for viewers to take to Twitter to share their laughter, with his confirmation: “Just no one would be convinced, Holly Arnold does in fact, MBE does”.
Another tweets: “Pls my family was all taking P *** than Holly Arnold talking about her PBE.”
When the third wrote: “‘He’s really Ant Mc McCartlin, OBE’ he’s really embarrassing Holly Arnold, MBE already.”
With the show coming from the UK for the first time and Australia not to fund any five star hotels in Australia, celebrities and their families, viewers did not lose sight of the fact that there were more helicopters for campmates to go to their temporary homes. .
Unfortunately for me, the celeb boss, this was not something that impressed the audience as he flew in five different helicopter shots during the launch show on Sunday.
When it happened that the celebs would come in a group of three, this time they each got a helicopter.
Viewers argued that this was not the most environmentally friendly decision the builders could make.
The move was criticized as “meaningless” by angry fans who took to Twitter to share their outrage.
One tweeted: “Im a celebrity really doing everything for the environment from a personal helicopter ….”
Another wrote: “Why do they all come in separate helicopters?
When the third tweeted: “Good ITV to show real care of the environment to rescue 10 people in Wales by personal helicopter.”
* I am a celebrity I will continue on ITV tomorrow 9 p.m. .
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