I’m A Celeb’s Scarlette Douglas says Matt Hancock promised camp drinks at House of Commons

I’m A Celebrity star Scarlett Douglas was voted out of camp last week and has since spoken out about her experience on the ITV show, including discussing former campmate Matt Hancock

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I’m a Celebrity: Scarlett Reveals Matt Hancock’s Drinks Promise

Scarlett Douglas said Matt Hancock promised his “I’m a Celebrity” camp mates that they could have drinks together in the House of Commons after the show was over.

The 35-year-old presenter made these remarks during a recent radio interview. It came after she left the camp in Australia, which was featured on the ITV show last week.

And I was asked about the politician, 44, at Capital XTRA breakfast this morning. Scarlett spoke to Robert the Bruce and Sheena Marie on The Breakfast Show.

The interview saw him ask if she thought anyone from the camp “would talk to and hang out with.” [or] Be a Friend” died after the show ended. Laughing, she initially replied, “No!” “

Scarlett Douglas appeared on Capital XTRA Breakfast this morning to discuss her experience on I’m A Celebrity


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But she continued, “No, wait, that’s a lie.” At the time, Scarlett — known for A Place in the Sun — mentioned the possibility of a reunion with her former campmates.

Scarlett said: “He promised we’d all go for drinks in the House of Commons. So I guess we’ll be friends with him until that point and then I’m not sure after that.”

The remark came at the end of the question-and-answer section of the radio programme. He also saw her asking who she considered the “least original” among her fellow campers.

She talked about Matt Hancock, who she lived with at the camp

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She replied that, in her opinion, he was dead. Explaining her reasoning for her answer, Scarlett said: “He came to say he wanted forgiveness […] Then we found out he has a lot of things going on when he gets out.”

Matt – who is MP for West Suffolk – is due to release a book, Pandemic Diaries, next month. The project was mentioned by the politician while he was out in the woods.

The duo, pictured with Mike Tindall (left) and Sean Walsh (right), were part of this year’s lineup


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Matt is among the remaining I’m A Celebrity castmates. There are only six left at camp as the ITV show draws to a close, which is due to air on Sunday (27 November).

Other celebrities still in the woods include former soccer player Jill Scott, 35, radio host Chris Moyles, 48, and actor Owen Warner, 23. Former rugby union player Mike Tindall, 44, and comedian Sean Walsh, 36.

Matt is among his remaining castmates on the show



You can tune in to Capital XTRA Breakfast with Robert Bruce and Sheena Marie seven days a week from 6:30am to 10am. The radio program is also available through Global Player.

The latest series of I’m A Celebrity on ITV and ITV Hub continues tonight (24 November) from 9pm. You can catch up on previous episodes of the show through the ITV Hub.

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