Joel Dommett has revealed a handful of 'Masked Singer' celebrities left him baffled as to who they were.
Just three singers remain in the competition – and they'll all be unmasked this week.
'I just feel like we should all be nicer to each other, we are all accountable and I think that is the problem.'
The Extra Camp presenter made the remark after she and James Haskell failed to win a challenge.
Joel finished in second place to Gogglebox star’s Scarlett Moffatt during last night’s episode of the reality show, and now a source has dished that the 30-year-old star has been hoping to make a name for himself in Melbourne for a while now. Before entering the jungle Joel had hinted to a move to the other side of the globe, saying at the time: “I have a lot of fondness for Melbourne and its comedy festivals.
It’s not often I finish watching a reality television programme consisting of a bunch of low-key celebrities and find myself having a warm fuzzy feeling. Moffat herself is a reality television star, that alone should be enough to make me balk at the thought of her getting even more famous, especially as I still don’t understand why ‘Gogglebox’ exists and why it, and by extension her, are so popular. In fact the camp-mates have been positively excellent role models for cohesion, team-work, supporting one another and pushing yourself and facing your fears, all things I definitely have more time for on my television. In fact all the things you would usually associate with reality television show participants like bitchiness, back-stabbing, arguments, tantrums and cliques were refreshingly absent.
There was only one person ever really in the running for taking the jungle crown, and that was the gorgeous, hilarious little cherub that is Scarlett Moffatt. In the three weeks she’s been in the jungle, Scarlett has faced up to her fears and told Ant and Dec she was leaving camp a much more confident person. Scarlett bust into tears as she was announced the winner – and given a standing ovation by her fellow campmates – all of whom had nothing but nice things to say about the new queen.
Hosts Ant and Dec reportedly met with half of the celebrity contestants on Thursday to present the first task, which involved a plank, a 32-storey building and some serious courage. Reports suggest Carol Vorderman, Adam Thomas, Joel Dommett, Jordan Banjo and Ola Jordan competed to earn themselves another night in luxury as opposed to heading straight into the jungle. An eyewitness told The Sun: “Carol looked like she was hating every second of it.