David Ginola in trouble with I’m A Celebrity bosses over rule break Need to be careful11/29/2021
I'm A Celeb: David Ginola said the celebs 'hated' other camp
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It’s only been a matter of days since presenter Richard Madeley took an early exit from ITV’s I’m A Celeb and he has already made some interesting revelations. Including the fact football legend, David Ginola got into trouble with bosses over a major rule break.
Richard was only in the I’m A Celeb castle for a few days, before having to quit the competition due to a hospital visit.
He left the Gwrych Castle to address health concerns after a bout of sudden illness.
Since his exit, the Good Morning Britain host has opened up about his experience, including the moment David got into trouble for breaking the rules.
In the Telegraph, Richard shared: “Like the The Truman Show, they are always watching, so you need to be careful; and if you do dare break the rules, you’ll soon know about it.”
The 65-year-old continued: “On one day, David Ginola covered both our microphones and whispered something conspiratorial to me.
“Instantly the Voice of God rang out, admonishing him,” he revealed without detailing exactly what was said.
However, David wasn’t the only celebrity contestant forced to face the wrath of his actions on this season of I’m A Celeb.
Musician, Naughty Boy attempted to smuggle in some spices by putting them in his sock while unpacking.
After entering The Clink, he confessed he brought some spices from home to “spice up,” their everyday meal of rice and beans.
Naughty Boy pulled out a piece of cling film, filled with spices and told his campmates they would be able to eat food with more “flavour”.
Unfortunately, that too wasn’t allowed and Richard also opened up about this moment in the Telegraph.
He wrote: “The singer and producer Naughty Boy brought in some cumin in his sock to give our unseasoned food some flavour.”
“He admitted it, for some reason, and had it confiscated instantly,” he added.
This only places Naughty Boy on the overflowing Hall of Fame list of celebs to smuggle contraband onto the show.
In 2009, TV chef Gino D’Acampo also stuffed his pillow with salt, sugar, four different teas and ten sachets of coffee – before getting caught and later winning the show.
Although his premature exit was due to health concerns, Richard admitted he was “gutted,” to be ending the show.
The presenter took to Instagram to share his departure: “Hello all! Richard here – firstly just to say that I’m absolutely FINE. I started to feel briefly unwell in the small hours of the morning and was taken to hospital as a precaution.
He explained: “By leaving the camp, I had consequently broken the Covid ‘bubble’ and as such, I’ve had to leave the castle and all the wonderful celebs that remain in the camp.
“Obviously I’m gutted to be leaving so soon but the safety of all the campmates is the number one priority. I’m incredibly excited to watch their journey continue…even more so at the prospect of being somewhere a little warmer than Gwrych Castle.
He concluded: “Thank you to everyone who supported me on my brief but completely unforgettable adventure – I’ve made some great friends and honestly had the time of my life, speak soon, Richard x.”
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues on Monday at 9pm on ITV.
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