I’m A Celebrity presenetrs Ant And Dec Mock Boris Johnson

I’m A Celebrity presenetrs Ant And Dec Mock Boris Johnson

By Gavin Mackintosh-

I’m A Celebrity presenters, Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, have ridiculed  prime minister, Boris Johnson, over his awkward keynote address to business leaders.

The  pair made reference to Boris Johnson’s speech during a link in Monday night’s episode of the television series, which launched on Sunday evening.

The Briitsh hit programme has been presented by the duo for years now, earning them a routine award at this years NTA awards last September, making in their 20th consecutive award. The pair are a class act, who keep british bums warm on their armchair when they are performing.

The show annaully selects a pool of celebrities who are awarded tasks during their stay in the jungle, and Ant and Dec are always exciting in their humour and delivery of one of the best shows on British television.

Celebrities  on the programme include Frankie Bridge from The Saturdays, TV presenter Richard Madeley and football star David Ginola.

Richard Madeley                                                                Image:Itv.com

Also featuring in the annual celebrity reality show, are Dame Arlene Phillips, Matty Lee, David Ginola and Kadeena Cox, all of whom were treated to a luxury classic car ride down Pen-y-Pass, whereas Danny Miller, Louise Minchin, Snoochie Shy and Naughty Boy all met at another stunning location that peaked many viewers’ attention.

Keedena Cox MBE                                                     Image: Itv.com


Dame Arlene Phillips                                                        Image:ITV

Ant and Dec were making refrence to Mr Johnson’s speech to the Confederation of British Industry in South Shields – near Newcastle, Ant and Dec’s home city – referencing a day trip to a Peppa Pig theme park and making car engine noises.

The prime minister  was left shuffling sheets of paper. He muttered “blast it” before saying “forgive me” to the crowd.

Later on I’m A Celebrity, appearing live from Gwrych Castle in North Wales, McPartlin asked his co-host where they had bought a cake that featured in a challenge.

Flipping through sheets of paper for more than 10 seconds, Donnelly appeared flustered and said “forgive me!” repeatedly – until finally finding the correct page and exclaiming: “We got it in Poundland in Rhyl.”.

Monday night’s episode also saw French football star Ginola opening up to his campmates about how he survived a heart attack.David Ginola tipped for I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here appearance | Heartland Multimedia

French footballer Ginola                                             Image:heartland.scot

The 54-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest during a charity match in France in 2016 and received CPR on the pitch from fellow footballer Frederic Mendy.

“Just playing football and at one stage you just fall on the floor,” he said. “So they have to perform CPR for 12 minutes and they arrive with the defibrillator and they shocked me, one time, two times, three times.

“They said, ‘I think your friend is dead’. A fourth, fifth time. The fifth time, a heartbeat.

“The surgeon said, ‘you’ve been very lucky, David, it’s a miracle. In your condition nine out of 10 would have died’.

“When you come back from that you just have your mind full of questions. Is it a message? Am I going back for a second life for a purpose?

“Because when you’re fighting, when you’re dead, you’re on the crossroads. There’s life and death.”

The contestants in this year’s series are currently split into two groups, with half living in the castle and the others in cells below, with basic facilities and limited ration.

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