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ITV I'm A Celeb's Ant says 'cocky' Matt Hancock 'had it coming' as he's targeted in trial

Ant McParlin told Matt Hancock he "had it coming" as he was targeted in last night's Celebrity Cyclone trial.

The I'm A Celebrity host poked fun at the MP too "cocky" during his time on the show.

Jill Scott told Ant and Dec the trial was the "most fun" she's ever had after completing the trial.

"Just seeing Matt get absolutely pelted," she laughed.

Ant quipped: "I mean Matt, you had it coming I have to say.

"You were so cocky walking up there and I was like, 'All these rangers are going to get you down,' and they did."

Matt responded: "Give the people what they want, big target and they loved it and then I got landed on by Mike Tindall."

Ant says 'cocky' Matt Hancock 'had it coming' as he's targeted in Celebrity Cyclone (



Mike laughed: "I wanted to make sure I had an anchor."

Ant's cheeky comment comes as Mr Hancock's place in this year's final of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! 2022 has caused outrage among viewers across the nation.

As angry fans vent their frustration online, with some even claiming the politician's latest public vote survival reeks of a fix, celebrities have also chucked in their two cents to express their fury.

Piers Morgan has led the famous faces voicing their disbelief that some people are actually backing the controversial MP to win the show.

The former Good Morning Britain presenter took to Twitter to write: “That Matt Hancock, who should be doing his job as an MP, may win I’m A Celebrity after his appalling handling of the pandemic & shameful sacking for breaking his own lockdown rules, is a damning indictment of the celebrification of politics & the British public’s amnesia.”

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Jennie Bond, who appeared in the 2004 series, has said that he should be begging his children and constituents for forgiveness instead of begging for votes in order to improve his flourishing reality TV career.

Speaking to The Sun, she said: "You know, he should be probably asking his wife and his children and his constituents for forgiveness, not people in the jungle and the public at large."

She added that she "doesn't buy his act", nor his "plea for forgiveness".

Mike Tindall became the latest star to leave camp during Saturday evening's update from the jungle, leaving Mr Hancock, Jill Scott and Hollyoaks star Owen Warner left to battle it out to be crowned the new King or Queen of the Jungle tonight.

Since ditching his constituents in West Suffolk in favour of a few weeks Down Under, Mr Hancock's jungle stint has angered many across the country - with Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice launching a campaign to block the sitting MP joining this year's I'm A Celebrity line-up.