Im A Celeb fans work out hidden messages in campmates outfits during Cyclone trial

During Saturday's I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, Royal Mike Tindall, 44, former health secretary Matt Hancock, also 44, and Lioness Jill Scott, 35, took on the epic and wild Celebrity Cyclone trial. 

The challenge saw the celebrities work together to collect giant stars, but as always, it is all made extremely difficult with a combination of water, wind and giant obstacles thrown their way.

The four final campmates were dressed up as superheroes in tight metallic hotpants with individual colours. Owen was seen wearing gold, Mike wearing silver, Matt wearing bronze and Jill wearing purple.

And fans expressed their theory behind the colour scheme, speculating that there could have been hidden messages behind it.

"#ImACeleb giving Matt, Mike and Owen bronze silver and gold outfits for cyclone definitely doesn't look like the show might be a set up," one wrote on Twitter.

Another said: "Reading too much into it but Owen = gold – 1st, Mike = silver – 2nd, MCock = bronze – 3rd..? Jill can hold her own."

A third wrote: "Guarantee that #ImACeleb are telling us with the cyclone colours the order in which the celebs will finish the show. Owen- gold, Mike- Silver, Matt-bronze and Jill-fourth. Probably using the stats from previous voting polls."

However, the theory soon went out the window after Mike Tindall left the show before the final, becoming the eighth star to be voted off. 

While he missed out on being in the final three, Mike was happy to be reunited with his wife Zara Tindall, 44.

After an exit interview with hosts Ant and Dec the presenters said: "Zara is waiting for you so all that is left for us to say is Mike Tindall you are a celebrity, get yourself out of here!"

As Mike made his way over the bridge as the latest evictee, Zara ran to greet the former rugby player before sharing a sweet hug.

"I missed you so much!" fans heard Mike say to Zara, as they walked hand-in-hand for pictures together.

During his time in the jungle, Mike kept his campmates entertained with his amusing stories from life as a member of the royal family.

And creative director of MHP group, Greg Double, spoke to OK! about what his future could look like after his time on the show.

"Not since the 2003 World Cup has Mike Tindall performed so well in Australia. He may be off limits to commercial brands, but his popularity could be hugely helpful to the royal brand," he said. "King Charles has often spoken about a 'slimmed down' royal operation, but could his burly nephew-in-law be providing a compelling case for a slightly broader royal family?"

He continued: "Greg continued: "He is distant enough that any misstep wouldn’t hurt the firm, but close enough that he – and indeed the likeable Zara – could fill 'the normal ones' role that was so spectacularly abandoned by Harry and Meghan.”


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