Boy George 'not worth £500,000' to the I'm A Celeb camp, FATIMA WHITBREAD tells Jungle Confidential  - Tipblogg

Boy George ‘not worth £500,000’ to the I’m A Celeb camp, FATIMA WHITBREAD tells Jungle Confidential 

Fatima Whitbread, who completed third on I’m a Celeb in 2011, informed Jungle Confidential that Boy George was a ‘good asset’ however not good worth for cash.

The former athlete, 61, mentioned the popstar ‘did job’ bringing controversy and drama to the camp, however left a bit early to justify his reported £500,000 charge. 

Jungle Confidential, our each day video podcast about all issues I’m a Celebrity, is obtainable Monday-Friday on MailOn-line, and on our YouTube channel. It can even be obtainable as a podcast through all of your favorite streaming providers and Mail+, fully free.

Fatima informed podcast host Katie Hinds individuals tune in to watch camp life and see celebrities be themselves and ‘is admittedly what individuals tune in for’ and that Boy George ‘introduced that to the camp’.

She mentioned: ‘He was fairly controversial. He mentioned what he thought. He was true to himself, and behaved how he would usually behave when he was at house.’

Fatima Whitbread told Jungle Confidential that Boy George was a 'good asset' but not worth his reported £500,000 fee

Fatima Whitbread informed Jungle Confidential that Boy George was a ‘good asset’ however not worth his reported £500,000 charge

Boy George was the fourth celebrity to be evicted on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here this year

Boy George was the fourth superstar to be evicted on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here this yr

Fatima, who appeared on the show in 2011, said that Boy George was a good asset but not world half a million

Fatima, who appeared on the present in 2011, mentioned that Boy George was asset however not world half 1,000,000

The champion javelin thrower said that Seann Walsh should be the next celeb to be evicted

The champion javelin thrower mentioned that Seann Walsh ought to be the subsequent celeb to be evicted

Fatima continued: ‘Whether you preferred him or not. I believed he was a good asset inside the camp.

‘I’m not saying half-a-million kilos worth, however at the similar time, you realize. I imply he did job, I imply a minimum of anyone else in that camp.

The retired javelin thrower shared her ideas on who ought to be eradicated subsequent, and believes that it’s comic Seann Walsh’s ‘flip to go’.

Fatima, who completed third when she appeared on I’m A Celeb, additionally predicted her final three as Mike Tindall, Jill Scott and Owen Warner – who she described as a ‘good lad’.

She added: ‘I would not put Matt amongst these final three on precept.’

Fatima additionally mentioned she would have felt uncomfortable if she was in the camp with Mr Hancock and that she thinks different campmates may have felt the similar.

Fatima made her feelings clear about MP Matt Hancock and said she wouldn't put him in the final three

Fatima made her emotions clear about MP Matt Hancock and mentioned she would not put him in the remaining three

Stuck in Oz: The singer, 61, was voted off the show on Tuesday night, and is 'desperate' to go home but is contractually obliged to stay in Australia until the ITV series has ended

Stuck in Oz: The singer, 61, was voted off the present on Tuesday night time, and is ‘determined’ to go house however is contractually obliged to keep in Australia till the ITV sequence has ended

Boy George has been refused permission to fly again to the UK from Australia after the homesick star demanded a waiver from the I’m A Celeb remaining.

The diva-like singer was voted off the present on Tuesday night time, and is ‘determined’ to go house however is contractually obliged to keep in Australia till the ITV sequence has ended.

He additionally snubbed doing ITV’s post-exit interviews, failing to make an look on any of the channel’s morning exhibits the day of his eviction. 

Sources shut to the Karma Chameleon star informed MailOn-line: ‘He needed to go house instantly, he does not need to hold round.’

They continued: ‘If he had his means he could be on a aircraft already however he wasn’t allowed to do this.

‘His goal of going into the jungle was for the world to see the stripped again model of him, no hair, make-up, costumes, or hats – he did not truly care how far he went in the competitors.

‘The truth he has to keep in Australia for days now could be an annoyance to him, he is not fussed about sticking round for the remaining however that is what he has to do.

‘He’s travelled throughout the world his complete profession and has seen Australia earlier than so there’s actually no cause for him to be right here, particularly as he is not involved with catching up along with his co-stars on the different facet.’

MailOn-line has contacted George’s representatives for remark. 

The diva-like behaviour continued after Wednesday night time’s present which noticed George snub Babatúndé Aléshé’s homecoming social gathering after he grew to become the fifth superstar to be axed from the present. 

He was the solely former campmate not to greet his co-star at the luxurious Marriott resort, refusing to be a part of the family and friends that gathered to congratulate comic Baba following his departure at the resort reception, which has been a jungle custom for years.

While George wasn’t current, Baba, 36, was welcomed house by his former campmates Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas, and Sue Cleaver, in addition to the likes of Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo, who embraced him with a hug.

It’s truthful to say George has received himself a popularity as a diva whereas in the jungle. 

Welcome: Babatúndé Aléshé had a heroes welcome on Thursday as he arrived at the luxury Marriott hotel after being eliminated from I'm A Celebrity

Not current: The diva-like behaviour continued after Wednesday night time’s present which noticed George snub Babatúndé Aléshé’s homecoming social gathering 

He infuriated his camp mates by meditating noisily by means of the night time and has been caught bitching about his co-stars, primarily Matt Hancock.

In distinction to his evicted co-stars together with Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver, the Eighties icon doesn’t really feel obliged to proceed supporting his campmates, having beforehand admitting to friends that he did not care when he was evicted and wasn’t signing up for the present to make buddies.

He will now be staying at the JW Marriott Gold Coast resort alongside the different evicted campmates and their family and friends, in addition to his sister and nephew, who’ve joined him in Australia. 

During his time in the jungle he accused his campmates of not ‘being themselves’ however when quizzed by Ant and Dec about who he was referring to, he refused to remark.   

He additionally threatened to give up the present altogether when Hancock arrived, telling viewers if his unwell mom had handed throughout the pandemic, he would have walked from the sequence.

Not a fan: George has won himself a reputation as a diva while in the jungle. He infuriated his camp mates by meditating noisily and has been caught bitching about Matt Hancock

Not a fan: George has received himself a popularity as a diva whereas in the jungle. He infuriated his camp mates by meditating noisily and has been caught bitching about Matt Hancock

George mentioned: ‘It’s tough for me as a result of, you realize, had one thing occurred, if my mum had gone, I might have gone when he walked in.’

George was in the Australian jungle for 18 days earlier than discovering himself in the backside two alongside shut buddy, radio DJ Chris Moyles.

He reportedly banked the highest charge to seem on the sequence this yr, incomes a whopping £500,000 for his jungle stint.

The singer informed hosts Ant and Dec on Tuesday that he was ‘blissful’ to be leaving camp, including: ‘I’m so wanting ahead to getting again into management.’

Looking good: He was the first contestant in the show's history to customise the uniform celebrities are forced to wear, telling MailOnline that he didn't seek permission from ITV

Looking good: He was the first contestant in the present’s historical past to customise the uniform celebrities are compelled to put on, telling MailOn-line that he did not search permission from ITV

He was the first contestant in the present’s historical past to customise the uniform celebrities are compelled to put on, telling MailOn-line forward of getting into the jungle that he did not search permission from ITV to make the fashion changes.

George mentioned: ‘Well, I did not ask permission. They despatched me the hat and it was simply too small. So I simply chopped it up.

‘To be trustworthy with you, you realize, I received despatched two shirts. I did not assume I might get away with that. I simply did it.’   

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