I'm A Celeb hosts double down on criticism of the government
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! hosts and fired more shots at the government during Wednesday’s episode of the show.
Viewers couldn’t help but laugh after the presenters doubled down on their criticism of the Prime Minister during the live segments.
Ant and Dec, both 46, joked about their mention in the Prime Ministers Questions and poked fun at the lack of inquiry into the No.10.party last year.
Not holding back: I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly fired more shots at the government during Wednesday’s episode of the show
After spokesperson Allegra Stratton — who has today resigned — was recorded joking about the party days later, the presenters couldn’t resist making a dig.
Ant and Dec discussed how campmates hid the fact they lost the challenge from David Ginola, because it meant he didn’t receive his letter from home.
Dec said: ‘Not a great idea that, is it?’
Reaction: Viewers couldn’t help but laugh after the presenters doubled down on their criticism of the Prime Minister Boris Johnson during the live segments
While Ant added: ‘If we’ve learned one thing in the last 24 hours, you can’t cover something up.’
Dec continued: ‘No, that will come back to bite them at some point.Might take a year — but it will happen.
‘The situation was as clear as day, we all watched of them getting the question wrong. It was obvious what happened. Even Ant and Dec are ahead of the Prime Minister — sorry… Danny Miller…on this one.’
He added: ‘Don’t worry, we’ll launch an inquiry on something — not that that’ll do anything.’
What’s going on? Ant and Dec, both 46, joked about their mention in the Prime Ministers Questions and poked fun at the lack of inquiry into the No.10.Christmas party last year
Anyway back to camp, where Frankie’s been hitting Naughty Boy with a few personal music questions,’ before Dec added: ‘Or PMQs for short.’
Many viewers praised the presenting duo for their comments and insisted they had done the right thing by holding the government to account.
One person said: ‘Evening Prime Minister.2nd night in a row that Ant & Dec have single handledly destroyed Boris’ reputation on live primetime TV & I’m absolutely here for it.
‘2 Geordie lads are doing a much better job at jolding this shambolic goverment to account than Starmer is.’
While another agreed, and said: ‘Well done Ant & Dec, it’s about time we had an opposition which were credible.’
Ant and Dec were mentioned by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer on Wednesday during Prime Minister’s Questions — after making comments about the PM during Tuesday’s episode.
Starmer said: ‘We’ve all watched the video of the Prime Minister’s staff…they knew there was a party, they knew it was against the rules, they knew they couldn’t admit it, they thought it was funny.
Twitter: Many viewers praised the presenting duo for their comments
‘It’s obvious was happening.Ant and Dec are ahead of the Prime Minister on this. The Prime Minister has been caught red-handed.’
Another view joked: ‘Once Ant & Dec turn on you you’re screwed!’
While another said: ‘When a govt loses Ant & Dec they’ve lost the entire Nation.’
The TV duo mocked ‘s Number 10 Christmas party cover up as they brand him ‘the PM, for 벳이스트축구 now’ during a live taping of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
The show’s crew cheered behind the camera as Dec branded Mr Johnson ‘the PM, for now’ during the jibe at the Government’s handling of claims a party was held in Downing Street despite measures last year.
Reference: Ant and Dec were mentioned by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer on Wednesday during Prime Minister’s Questions — after making comments about the PM during Tuesday’s episode
Ant insisted the I’m a Celeb stars had not celebrated a change of camp leader with ‘cheese, wine and a secret Santa’.
The joke comes after aides laughed as they branded their party a ‘business meeting’ to hide the fact it broke Covid laws, a new video suggested.
They they took part in a fake press conference just days after the alleged December 18 event last year which has raised legal questions and denials of wrongdoing from No10.