The ingenious trick I’m a Celeb stars use to stop conversations going to air

The ingenious trick I’m a Celeb stars use to stop conversations going to air
Cunning workaround was revealed to the public by one of last year’s stars

我是名人… 带我离开这里! contestants may have to face vomit-inducing meals and creepy insects, but perhaps their biggest trial is a total lack of privacy.

From the moment they appear on the series, their every move is scrutinised by 独立电视’s cameras. Campmates have to mind their every word – lest it end up broadcast to the nation on that night’s episode.

然而, previous contestants have devised a way to make sure any private conversations never make it to broadcast.

Last season’s contestant Shane Richie came up with the idea to sing well-known songs in the middle of the conversation.

Speaking on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show, fellow campmate Jordan North said: “Before we went in, we were told not to sing any songs by 女王, The Beatles or Disney.

“If we were having a conversation that we didn’t want on air, we’d get someone in the background to sing ‘I Want To Break Free’ or ‘Hey Jude’,“ 他说.

今年, the celebrities competing on 我是名人 include former Newcastle footballer David Ginola, presenter Richard Madeley, 和 严格来跳舞 star Arlene Phillips.

Earlier today, Madeley was taken to hospital after falling ill partway through his time on the show.

我是名人 continues at 9pm every day except Saturday on ITV.

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