I’m a celebrity … get me out of here is always full of jokes and teasing, and tonight’s episode (December 7) was no different.
After seeing the celebrities switch roles in the camp – Naughty Boy being upset about having a ‘poo patrol’ on the Chief – Ant and Dec angered everyone by directly greeting a prominent viewer: The Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Dec said: “Everything has changed in the camp now, because yesterday the celebrities picked a new leader. “
“And that means David [Ginola]the reign is over. But they didn’t celebrate. They did not have a party, they categorically deny any suggestion that they were having a party. And this fictional party certainly didn’t involve cheese and wine or a secret Santa, ”Ant continued.
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The live audience laughed and Dec continued with a more direct search: “Evening, Prime Minister… for now,” as cheers erupted around them.
The couple were referring to Boris Johnson facing lying charges after images leaked showing senior Tory officials joking about a lockdown Christmas party last year that they repeatedly said did not happen produced.
I am a celebrity Fans were greatly amused by the teasing remark, taking to Twitter to congratulate Ant and Dec for referring to the news on an otherwise non-political show.
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Many simply quoted the duo and added laughing emojis, while one joked, “Are Ant & Dec now the real opposition?” “
Another said: “Ant & Dec are casting so much shadow that the RayBans are about to close their doors. Oh. My. God. ”
This isn’t the first time Ant and Dec have taken on the current Prime Minister, joking about how he has handled his leadership role since being elected.
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