I’m A Celeb FURY: ‘Everyone was sitting hungry’ Ian Wright fumes as finds hidden food

The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmates have been doing the best they can to survive on small portions in camp. While tonight, the majority of camp tucked into a roast, Andy Whyment, Ian Wright and Cliff Parisi had to enjoy rice and beans – a jungle staple for the camp.

And tonight, Ian was left fuming when he discovered there were hidden packets of food in camp.

Ian and Andrew Maxwell were debating what the Sunday roast would be for those who were going to dine later.

“It will probably be roast kangaroo or something,” said Ian.

Andrew agreed: “Good point, it didn’t say what animal.”


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James Haskell meanwhile was sorting through the chest where the rations of rice and beans are stored.

“We have got to be way better at this food organisation, we’ve got 21 (packets of) beans in here,” he said.

“What?!” exclaimed Ian, “And we are getting the same amount of rice to beans?”

Jacqueline Jossa then explained not everyone has been eating the beans.

“When we are putting them on we are putting just three of four bags on instead of the amount of people there are,” she said.

“It’s madness,” replied Andrew. “We had such a tiny portion of beans yesterday.”

James chipped in: “It’s because people aren’t organising them properly by putting them in a box so you can see what you’ve got….

“I’m not going to have a go at Myles because he’s doing such a brilliant job or Nadine because she’s so lovely but we’ve got to have a conversation.

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“I’d delegated catering admin to a couple of other people but I’m now going to take over it myself to make sure we don’t find hoarded food because yesterday everyone was flagging.”

Later, speaking in the Bush Telegraph, Ian made it clear he wasn’t happy about the hidden food.

“Everyone was sitting there hungry yesterday not realising that we’ve got 21 packets of beans!” he fumed.

Outside, Andrew sighed: “We didn’t need to go hungry at all yesterday.”

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