I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! presenters Ant and Dec have put a call out for a famous EastEnders actor to get himself on the programme.
During an Instagram Live broadcast after tonight’s show (23 November), Ant and Dec asked Danny Dyer to take part in the show.
The pair were reporting live from the I’m A Celeb jungle when the conversation turned to the Mick Carter actor.
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Ant recoiled in glee and shouted: “Wouldn’t that be brilliant! This is a shout out for Danny Dyer, next year – name your price!”
Dec sat beside him and said: “That would be amazing!”
Ant and Dec were reading out comments from their viewers and some fans suggested other celebs that they would like to see in the jungle.
One person commented Brian May while another asked for Michael Jackson, which appeared to irk Ant substantially.
He got close to the camera and told them that it would be impossible as he is “deceased” before he calmed himself down again.
Tonight’s episode saw Jill Scott take part in the gruesome Critty Critty Fang Fang trial.
The Lioness wore a bright pink dress and a white bonnet as she climbed into a large car suspended in the air.
She managed to secure all seven stars and each person had enough food back at the camp that night.
However, fans seemed more concerned about the fact that Chris Moyles didn’t put himself up for the challenge.
Many took to Twitter to complain about the Radio X DJ’s lack of enthusiasm and resistance to take part in the Bushtucker trial.
Moyles has only won one star out of a potential 11 within the last week and viewers were in uproar.
Some went so far as to urge ITV bosses to force him to do trials, while others called out the radio host for “going into the jungle but avoiding all trials”.
Others shared their disappointment and slammed Chis for “literally doing nothing” and “moaning all the time”.
Matt Hancock put himself up for the trial but many fans think there is an ulterior motive to make people remember his efforts.
One noted: “Matt ‘I keep volunteering’ Hancock, leaving out how he adds: ‘But I have done a huge number of them already’ every time.”
Another accused him of trying to “ride” all the way to the final.
I’m A Celebrity airs nightly on ITV and ITV Hub
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