After the vote rigging, show fixing, and suspicious backpack claims, viewers of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here reckon there's more foul play at work.
Declan Donnelly has tried to explain to viewers that I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here isn't fixed in the only way he knows how that he knows how... merciless mockery.
After Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer became the second celebrity to leave the jungle last night, eagle-eyed viewers spotted something they reckoned was amiss. As the campmates all sat around the fire awaiting the news of their fate from Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby, Malique appeared to be a little bit ahead of the game. Why was Malique already wearing his bag when he sat around the camp fire 樂 can someone explain why???
He might have offered up his pillow to Anne Hegerty in a display of conspicuous selflessness, but Nick Knowles might find his currency is about to run out with his female campmates.
John Miles was unsurprisingly keen to talk his clients into saying yes to 'I'm a Celebrity'.
The confined contestants on Big Brother would smoke like chimneys, but is the same true in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here?
John Barrowman and Noel Edmonds butt heads during the latest Bushtucker trial on I'm A Celebrity.
The 69-year-old presenter has now been confirmed as the final 'secret' contestant on the ITV jungle gameshow, after a week of speculation.
Noel Edmonds has admitted that he tried to kill himself after a business scam nearly ruined his life. Noel filming says a business scam drove him to the brink of suicide. The Deal or No Deal host seeks £50million compensation from Lloyds Banking Group after falling victim to financial fraud, and says he was driven to the brink of suicide when now-jailed HBOS financiers helped to destroy his former company, Unique Group, as well as several other businesses.
Oh dear, sounds like Noel Edmonds is up to his old tricks again. Yep, Channel 4 has announced it will screen an episode filmed on board an airbourne Boeing 737 from Birmingham Airport.
1994 was a bit of an annus horibilis for Noel Edmonds. It signified the very moment that he overreached – over-estimated his popularity, and built not one but two theme parks based on his Saturday night TV show ‘Noel’s House Party’, and its terrifying, manic mascot, Mr Blobby. The idea was to replicate Noel’s wacky world in real life, his tumbledown manor house – the hilariously-entitled ‘Crinkly Bottom’ – being at the centre of what was hoped would be a successful branching out into the leisure industry.
You were probably wondering where Noel Edmonds could go next after announcing his new callback service for neglected cats and dogs, right?
From claiming his parents have turned into melon-sized orbs of light to plugging electronic boxes he says ‘tackle cancer’, Noel Edmonds has never been a man to tread the well-worn showbiz career path.
Deal Or No Deal presenter Noel Edmonds hit the headlines last week after claiming that “stress” was the cause of his 2013 prostate cancer diagnosis during an awkward appearance on ITV’s This Morning. Viewers across the country could not hide their shock as Noel made the sensational claims, with hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby giving the star a grilling on live TV. Now Noel has hit back at the way he was treated by the presenters, claiming that Phillip stitched him up and came across as “aggressive” and “disrespectful”.
He’s one of television’s most recognisable faces, but Noel Edmonds is nearly as famous for some of his weird behaviour away from the cameras. Only this week, the Deal Or No Deal presenter provoked an uproar when he accused a cancer sufferer’s ill health on “negative energy”.
Noel Edmonds has provoked fury after he suggested that a cancer sufferer’s ill health was all down to his “negative attitude”. @VaunEarl wrote: "This sort of quackery should be illegal if it isn’t already,” adding: “I think Noel Edmonds should stick to what he’s good at.
Noel Edmonds has revealed how he kept his stalker a secret, failing to report them to the police because he thought it was just ‘the price of fame’. Noel told hosts Ruth Langsford and Ben Shepherd how the woman has been ‘terrorizing’ him and bombarding him with ‘intimate emails’ accusing him of having an affair with her and threatening to sell the ‘story’ to the press. The presenter made his original admission that he has a stalker in a tweet of support to fellow TV host, Alex Jones, who recently took her own stalker to court.