Matt Hancock Promises That Viewers Will See “The Real Me” In The I’m A Celeb Jungle – “Warts And All”

Matt Hancock Promises That Viewers Will See "The Real Me" In The I'm A Celeb Jungle - "Warts And All"

A little clip at the end of Tuesday night’s broadcast formally announced the former health secretary’s attendance.

I’m a Celebrity: Matt Hancock has promised that fans would see his “warts and all.” Take Me Away From Here!

In a brief teaser at the close of Tuesday night’s broadcast, the former health secretary stated that he aimed to present “the real myself.”

Alongside comedian Seann Walsh, the MP’s participation in the competition was formally announced in the video.

Mr. Hancock declared, “This experience will be an adventure.”

“When I’m in camp, everyone will just see the true me,” he continued. The world in which I work can be compared to the jungle in terms of survival.

After the show, a post on the I’m a Celeb official Instagram page acknowledged his attendance there.

The 44-year-old former cabinet minister has lost the Conservative Party whip as a result of his choice to participate in the reality TV program, which has been widely criticized.

He responded by saying that he believed it was “really incredibly vital” to demonstrate to the public that politicians are “genuine people.”

Mr. Hancock has been granted access to his phone and laptop throughout his isolation, in contrast to the rest of the camp, so he can continue working and staying in touch with constituents.

His campmate Walsh voiced concern that there wouldn’t be tea or coffee in the camp and said that he was “in no way prepared” to enter the bush.

Walsh made a reference to his performance on Strictly Come Dancing, where he became the subject of controversy after being spotted kissing his dance partner, Katya Jones, Walsh said he “went on a dance program” and “didn’t go down very well on that.”

He continued, “I have a feeling I’ll be conducting one or two trials.

Love Island’s Olivia Attwood, one of the show’s favorites to win, was compelled to leave the jungle after one day due to health concerns.

Boy George from Culture Club, TV host and real estate expert Scarlette Douglas, Lioness Jill Scott, Sue Cleaver from Coronation Street, Owen Warner from Hollyoaks, Mike Tindall from rugby, Babatunde Aleshe from comedy, and journalist and broadcaster Charlene White are among the other celebrities taking part in this year’s series.

I’m a famous person—get me out of here! continues on ITV and ITV Hub on Wednesday at 9 p.m.

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