The I’m a Celebrity camp explodes when Boy George finally takes on Matt Hancock







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After complaining about Matt Hancock for several days in the I’m a celebrity Jungle, Boy George finally confronted the Conservative MP, telling him he didn’t like the way Matt looked at him.

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Earlier speaking to Seann Walsh, Boy George said: “I can’t stand Matt. I’ve tried to like him and I’ve failed. I find it slimy, I find it shifty. I just find it… I made a chocolate joke. He just looked at me like … I meant, ‘What are you looking at? Don’t you look at me like that? I’ve tried to separate how I feel about him from who he is as a person, but I can’t.”

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Boy George later told Matt, “I was joking about chocolate. For God’s sake, I was like… let’s have some fun. I didn’t like the way you looked at me. I made a joke and you were like… “

Matthew replied: “Oh no, I wasn’t… it wasn’t my intention… I’m really sorry. That wasn’t my intention at all.” He apologized again, adding, “I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to make you uncomfortable.”

Boy George confronted Matt

Speaking about Matt in the Bush Telegraph, George continued: “He’s probably going to be pretty upset and I was kicking off and I thought, you know what, tell him how you feel to his face.”

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She later told Matt, “I just feel like everyone is trying to be too nice. It’s happening to me [expletive]. I don’t want any fights… I’m just like come on guys, have a laugh. I’ll be honest with you, I think your presence has made everyone very complacent… I hated you, I have to be honest. Sometimes it seems to me that you don’t say what you mean and aren’t particularly direct.”

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Reflecting on their tense discussion, George later said, “It feels like a relief. I thought I didn’t want to get out of here and feel dishonest. I had to be honest.”

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