“Matt Hancock isn’t the most unpleasant person in there.” Find Out Who Is…

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The UK’s biggest TV critic says that Culture Club star Boy George is making MP Matt Hancock look good on I’m a Celebrity.

The ex-health secretary received immense heat from the British public for breaking Covid-19 lockdown restrictions as well as having an affair last year, forcing him to resign from the government.

Then out of nowhere two weeks ago, ITV announced he would be heading to Australia to take part in the upcoming season, much to the shock of his Conservative party who suspended him.

There’s no doubt that many have tuned in just to see Mr Hancock suffer.

The TV critic for The Sun, Ally Ross admits it’s good for the viewer, however “from an ethical point of view it’s indefensible.”

‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ has been more popular than ever. An average of 9 million viewers have tuned in each night since it started last week.

According to Ross, these impressive ratings are all thanks to Matt Hancock’s addition. “It’s created a hell of a lot of interest.

“Matt Hancock isn’t the most unpleasant person in there – Boy George is by some distance.” 

And it looks like the public’s opinion of Boy George reflects Ross’s views. 

An exclusive Clyde Insider poll below shows that the 80’s pop star is the second least popular contestant behind the former health secretary.

Who do you want to leave first? Survey results

Ally Ross also says “he sneaks off into the overgrowth and briefs against him”, claiming that George is talking about others behind their back.

In addition, he has clashed with fellow camp member Charlene White, because she tried to take charge when making dinner.

In last night’s episode, Matt Hancock was not even voted to partake in the next trial. Could this show that the public are beginning to lose interest in him?

Our poll also asked the public who they would like to win.

Who do you think is going to win? Survey results

Chris Moyles is looking surprisingly popular and according to Ross the winner is “usually one of the more bland but cheerful contestants.”

He also says that the hosts of the programme, Ant and Dec are responsible for it staying on air. “If there had been anyone else in charge of that show, it would have died years ago.” 

The 22nd series continues tonight where we’ll get to see Chris Moyles take the Boiling Point task.

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