I'm A Celeb: Boy George calls Charlene 'bossy'
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Boy George has slammed the cooking of Loose Women star Charlene White on their first night in the jungle on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! He vented at the quality of his campmate’s cooking on Monday’s instalment. Speaking to the Bush Telegraph, the pop icon also shared his anger at the jobs his co-stars have quickly taken on in the jungle.
Charlene cooked the meal for her fellow celebrities on the ITV show and her eagerness to do so did not go down well with the flamboyant star.
After eating just rice and mushrooms, he told cameras: “I’m a good cook.
“When someone’s already decided they’re in charge of the kitchen, it’s difficult to have your say.”
The singer also took a swipe at Mike Tindall and Charlene for their roles in the jungle.
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He added: “I feel like there’s a bit of hierarchy in the kitchen with Mike and Charlene, there’s this patriarchy.
“I don’t want to be told what to do by someone, quite a bossy boots.”
As well as venting to the producers in the Bush Telegraph, he also told Chris Moyles he almost “felt sick”.
On Sunday night’s episode, the Culture Club singer had the honour of taking part in the first Bushtucker trial with Chris, Scarlette Douglas and Olivia Attwood.
The celebrities won a respectable eight stars for camp, but the resulting food was evidently not up to the singer’s standards.
After a dramatic start to the new series, Love Island star Olivia had to leave camp on medical grounds.
Declan Donnelly told viewers on Monday: “Unfortunately, Olivia Attwood has left the jungle for medical reasons and sadly won’t be returning.”
Fellow presenter Anthony McPartlin added: “Now, she does feature in tonight’s show, which was filmed before she had to leave.
“We’re very sad to see her go and we wish her well.”
Some viewers have fumed at the celebrities who are unable to take part in the Bushtucker trials this year.
Sue Cleaver, Mike Tindall and Boy George were all exempt from taking part in the next challenge, much to some fans’ anger on social media.
@Johnyhoohah tweeted: “Why have people in who are exempt from certain trials?”
Jo Conway wrote: “Why are all these people exempt from the trials? What a joke!”
Comedian Babatunde Aléshé was voted to take part in the Horrifying Heights task.
The general public voted for the star to face the challenge after his struggles in the first episode.
Babatunde was the first contestant to utter the words: “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!”, after he decided he couldn’t walk the plank on top of the Australian skyscraper on Sunday’s episode.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! airs daily from 9pm on ITV.
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