I'm A Celebrity 2021 – Fans spot major 'change' in Naughty Boy just before he kicked off with co-stars YET AGAIN

I'M A Celebrity fans spotted a major change in Naughty Boy just before he kicked off with his co-stars once again.

After a couple of nights off screen, Naughty Boy was back to his irritable self, arguing with Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox.

The rapper was angry after Kadeena let him to take over the camp's cooking, only to try to help when he told Snoochie Shy he had 'never cut' Oxtail before

Kadeena said: "If he's going to moan about it, just say it to me. I was just trying to help" but Naughty Boy responded: "The thing is, before I've even cut it, you're telling me what to do."

Although the exchange was entertaining, it was Naughty Boy's appearance that really caught fans' attention after he appeared distinctly to have had a haircut during time I'm A Celeb has been off screen.

"Anyone else noticed Naughty Boys fresh hair cut???" @beauxxx1984 asked. Meanwhile @Katrina_15 said: "Where's naughty boy been for a hair cut?" and @SarahC1305 asked "Has naughty boy had his hair cut?! #imaceleb".

Read our I'm A Celeb live blog below for the latest news and gossip…

  • John Hall

    There is no secret

    Many of the celebrities including Richard Madeley confessed that he thought I’m A Celeb had a “secret behind the scenes” where the campmates got to indulge off-camera.

    The celebrities instead got a harsh wake up call when they realised that the show is actually exactly how it appears on TV.

    Speaking to Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid, Richard admitted: “I wanted to see if it was what I expected it to be like, and it’s not – it feels real.

    “When the five of us got chucked into Castle Clink, we all though they show us this and when we’ve done that they’ll say: ‘Anyway, here’s your food and here’s your beds’ – it was a game of pretend and there’s a behind the scenes, but there’s not.”

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    Helping hand

    Erm, have you heard…

    The I’M A Celebrity campmates will be secretly given handwarmers after their return to the castle.
    Bosses tasked production staff with finding quick-heating ‘beanbags’, which will be hidden in hessian sacks so they blend into the background of the Grade I listed ruins.
    It’s thought Arlene Phillips, the oldest campmate in the show’s history aged 72, and former BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin will opt to use them.

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    Handwarmers

    Some of the celebs have been giving a helping hand to deal with the excruciating cold since returning to the castle.

    Arlene had been struggling in the days before they were evacuated from the camp due to Storm Arwen with insiders fearing she may have to quit.

    Louise, 53, suffers from Raynaud’s Syndrome, which causes her hands and feet to go numb in the cold.

    A source said: “Bosses know this is a programme where there’s an expectation from the viewers that the celebs aren’t in a holiday camp. But equally they have a duty of care to them, particularly the older, more vulnerable contestants.
    “Not everyone will choose to use a heater, but they are there if they are wanted.”

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    Dan's the man

    Fans are in hysterics at Danny Miller's entrance after three days away from his campmates because of the storm.

    One Tweeted: "Danny: 'HEEEERRRRRESSS DANNNYYY' *Forward rolls into camp*

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    TV Gold

    So I'm A Celeb's first live show went down a storm, sorry, with fans.

    One Tweeted: "Feels good to be watching #ImACeleb again."

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    Beverley Callard: I’m A Celebrity bosses plotted to turn camp ‘nasty’

    I'M A Celebrity alumni Beverley Callard has accused show bosses of giving one of her 2020 campmates a bad edit.

    Corrie legend Bev appeared in Gwrych Castle last year but believes producers homed in on certain stars more than others.

    Speaking to Rylan Clark, both she and her fellow 2020 Castle co-star Vernon Kay also revealed that show bosses had plotted to turn things "nasty".

    Beverley told Rylan's Ry-Union podcast: "None of us were confrontational, not one of us. Nobody was trying to pull the camera all the time, nobody was moody…

    "I think the editing in some way was a little bit unfair because they showed some of lots of people and not very much of other people. But that just goes with the job unfortunately.

    "You missed out on the really comedic side of AJ [Pritchard], who is the funniest person, but it didn't tend to show that side of him apparently."

    Vernon continued: "Beverley's right, they put together a group of personalities that they knew would get on because there was no friction.

    "But I've heard from the inside there was a moment in Week 1 when they had a production meeting on how they could possibly turn it nasty."

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    Fans say same thing about Dec’s David Ginola impression 

    I'M A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! fans were left giggling last night after Declan Donnelly did yet another funny impersonation of David Ginola.

    Football legend David had just completed a funny task with Louise Minchin when Dec tried his hand at some more French during a segment with Ant McPartlin.

    But rather than speak fluently in the language, he proceeded to throw in random words while Ant addressed the viewers at home in English.

    These even included "Arc de Triomphe" and "Renault Clio".

    Taking to Twitter, fans were quick to share their amusement at Dec's attempt.

    One tweeted: "Dec’s French is jokes lol #ImACeleb."

    Another mused: "Dec’s French is as good as mine!"

    A third admitted: "Dec saying random French words in a mock David Ginola accent is funnier than it probably should be!"

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    I’m A Celebrity viewers in hysterics over Frankie's ‘wind’ jokes

    I'M A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! fans have been left in hysterics after Frankie Bridge admitted to breaking wind in her sleeping bag.

    The Loose Women star and Saturdays singer made the rude confession just minutes into the ITV1 reality show returning to screens.

    Frankie told her campmates she feels "satisfied" by giving her trumps a big whiff while lying in her bed.

    She asked: "Has anyone farted in their sleeping bag yet?"

    When Danny Miller admitted he had, Frankie giggled: "Me too!"

    The star was then seen in the Telegraph admitting: "There's something quite satisfying about it. I don't know why!

    "We're eating so many beans that I think everyone's at it. You don't want to be doing that around everyone, so I think the sleeping bag is the safest place to do it!"

    Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "Frankie finds it satisfying to fart in her sleeping bag and sniff it? wtf?!"

    Another tweeted: "Frankie finds it satisfying to fart in her sleeping bag and sniff it?!"

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    Naughty Boy in kitchen showdown after clash

    NAUGHTY Boy cooked up another kitchen showdown when he clashed with Kadeena Cox.

    It’s the second time since joining the I’m A Celebrity… Main Camp inside Gwrych Castle that the music producer, 40, has boiled over while preparing dinner.

    Oxtail was on the menu thanks to Arlene Phillips, 78, and Kadeena’s efforts in the trial.

    Naughty Boy told the Paralympian to chill while he prepared the meat, but she started to give him tips.

    He said: “Kadeena please, I’m just working it out.”

    Then he said to Snoochie Shy, 29: “I’ve never cut oxtail. Before I’ve even got into it Kadeena’s telling me, ‘Naughty you need to…’”

    Kadeena, 30, interrupted: “If he’s going to moan about it, just say it to me. I was just trying to help.”

    The music man replied: “The thing is, before I’ve even cut it, you’re telling me what to do.”

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    Simon Gregson: ‘I was beaten up & spat on after joining Corrie'

    I'M A Celebrity's Simon Gregson has revealed the shocking abuse he received in the street after joining the cast of Coronation Street.

    Opening up to his campmates, the actor said he was physically attacked, spat at and had abuse hollered at him by viewers.

    Simon said: "It was difficult for a while to adjust. It's like, 'This isn't what I planned for myself and I do not like it'."

    Shocked, fellow I'm A Celeb star Kadeena Cox asked if he really didn't like it.

    "I hated it!" he said. "The fame side of it, I hated. It was really negative feedback, getting beaten up, spat at, property being damaged."

    As his campmates gasped, Simon added: "It was shocking."

    Simon was then shown talking in the Telegraph, where he said: "I was never a fan of the limelight, but it turned out nice in the end.

    "I'm here in a castle eating rice and beans!"

    Simon landed the part of Steve McDonald in 1989 and he has played the hapless character ever since.

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    Secret HAND-WARMERS

    THE I’M A Celebrity campmates will be secretly given handwarmers after their return to the castle.

    Bosses tasked production staff with finding quick-heating ‘beanbags’, which will be hidden in hessian sacks so they blend into the background of the Grade I listed ruins.

    A source said: “Bosses know this is a programme where there’s an expectation from the viewers that the celebs aren’t in a holiday camp.

    "But equally they have a duty of care to them, particularly the older, more vulnerable contestants.

    “Not everyone will choose to use a heater, but they are there if they are wanted.”

    News of the hand-warmers come after we told of the castle’s secret supply of hot water to keep the campers happy.

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    I'm A Celeb's secret items

    News of the hand-warmers come after we told of the castle’s secret supply of hot water to keep the campers happy.

    Celebrities who smoke are being supplied with packs of cigarettes in their Grade I-listed I’m A Celebrity castle home.

    The cosseted stars also have a heated cabin where they can wait as they prepare for trials.

    The revelations come after producers had promised this year’s series in North Wales, the 21st, would be the “toughest” so far for stars.

    The celebs were told — along with viewers — that to get warm water they must keep a specially-built boiler stoked with wood.

    Producers said the VIPs have to manually pump a device to reach a certain pressure for the boiler to work.

    In reality, it can be turned on with the flick of a switch.

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