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Boy George breaks silence on 'bullying' Matt Hancock claims 'I treated him with respect'
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! star Boy George has broken his social media silence after becoming the fourth contestant to leave the show yesterday.The 61-year-old has responded to fans' queries about his time on the show and many really wanted to know what really went down with Matt Hancock.Taking to Twitter, a user named Christine Tidy said he had a "fantastic attitude" towards the media attention he received on the phone, as she claimed he, Chris Moyles and Sue Cleaver were accused of bullying Matt.George was amongst other campmates who quizzed the MP about his breach of social distancing rules last year.The 44-year-old was caught kissing his former aide, now girlfriend, Gina Coladangelo at a time when visiting people outside of your household was not allowed.Shortly after Matt entered the jungle, George said he wasn't sure if he could stay in camp with him as he remembered not being able to see his ill mum in hospital due to Matt's rules at the time.Baywatch's Donna D'Errico, 54, poses up a storm in sultry underwearAfter following Sue Cleaver's advice and sleeping on it, he decided to stay.Hitting back at claims he bullied Matt, the singer tweeted: "I think @MattHancock will say otherwise and many will have Ostritch Egg on their faces."I treated him with absolute respect.
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Denise Welch defends co-star Charlene White over I’m A Celeb exit and slams Matt Hancock
Denise Welch, 64, took to Twitter last night to praise her Loose Women colleague Charlene White, 42, after she was the first campmate to be voted out of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! The ITV star went on to aim a jibe at the people who voted for former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, 44, over Charlene. In view of her 543,000 followers, Denise wrote: “Charlene missed her babies.She stuck to her principles. “People have very short memories regarding Hancock,” Denise continued with reference to Matt’s behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic. “I’m very proud of my friends Charlene and Sue,” she concluded with heart emojis, also mentioning campmate and Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver, 59.Last night, Charlene failed to secure enough votes from the public and, aside from Olivia Attwood who left within the first 24 hours for medical reasons, became the first campmate to leave the jungle. Denise’s followers took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the public’s decision to save Matt over Charlene, despite the massive backlash the MP received upon entering the jungle. Maxine wrote: “I still can't believe there's people defending him.They obviously didn't go through the pain of losing a loved one and not being able to be with them. “Try losing both your grandmas in the same week after not being able to see them for 18 months.”Amalia penned: “I'm so shocked that he's still in there. Can't get my breath.
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I'm A Celeb's Sue Cleaver praised for not unleashing 'gobby' persona on Matt Hancock
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! star Sue Cleaver may have been expected to deliver a dose of archetypal Northern bluntness when it came to controversial former Health Secretary Matt Hancock's appearance. Yet her husband Brian Owen has now spoken out to reveal that, in real-life, she couldn't be more different than her "gobby" Coronation Street character, Eileen.Brian, a lighting technician for ITV, knows the real Sue thanks to the close relationship they have enjoyed for the past two decades - and he was keen to tell the world she's nothing like Eileen."You are seeing the Sue we know.She thinks before she speaks," he praised."She has not been too nasty with [Matt], she has been professional and doesn't want to cause a ruckus between all the people in the camp."Sue as we know her, she doesn't dive in like Eileen would as a gobby Northern woman.Sue sat back and listened and sussed out everyone really."The Corrie star has made no secret of her love of the Labour Party, tirelessly campaigning against the Conservatives, so some had expected her to deliver a dig at Tory Matt.Love Island star Olivia Attwood had vowed she'd give the shamed Health Secretary a piece of her mind when he arrived in the jungle, but was forced to pull out of the competition after just 24 hours - and before Matt had arrived.All eyes had turned to Sue for her verdict, but Brian - and Elliot, Sue's son from a previous relationship - have both praised her "professional" behaviour, confirming that she is the same woman they know at home.Elliot joked that Sue might end up as a Prime Minister candidate herself, chuckling: "Her stuff with Matt Hancock was interesting.
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