I'm a celebrity get me out of here.

I'm a celebrity get me out of here.

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BossHogg

3,490 posts

114 months

Tuesday 4th December
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I think a large number of people with offspring/siblings on the autism spectrum will be voting for Anne as she will be looked on favourably for taking part in the first place.

kev1974

2,322 posts

65 months

Tuesday 4th December
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BossHogg said:
I think a large number of people with offspring/siblings on the autism spectrum will be voting for Anne as she will be looked on favourably for taking part in the first place.
She certainly hasn't shied away from mentioning it. Every other sentence I think

Welshbeef

34,614 posts

134 months

Tuesday 4th December
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kev1974 said:
She certainly hasn't shied away from mentioning it. Every other sentence I think
No the editors have been showing that

nicanary

6,278 posts

82 months

Tuesday 4th December
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Welshbeef said:
kev1974 said:
She certainly hasn't shied away from mentioning it. Every other sentence I think
No the editors have been showing that
The only way we would all get to see the contestants' true behaviour is from a 24-hour stream. Since that's not going to happen we only get to see what the editing allows us to see. That way Sair looks to have hardly spoken, and got voted off. I liked her, but then I'm a Corrie fan. It works the other way for Fleur - previous comments are right, she hogs the limelight which provides plenty of content for the editing guys, but makes us tire of her.

I suspect Nick hasn't been particularly quiet, but just he's been edited out.

(I remember from a few years ago, Mike Read was taking part, and commented after he'd been voted out that he'd written and staged a panto in the camp, yet none of it was shown. Maybe it was pants, or maybe the editors didn't want him to look good. OOHH conspiracy theories...........)

227bhp

7,800 posts

64 months

Tuesday 4th December
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nicanary said:
Welshbeef said:
kev1974 said:
She certainly hasn't shied away from mentioning it. Every other sentence I think
No the editors have been showing that
The only way we would all get to see the contestants' true behaviour is from a 24-hour stream. Since that's not going to happen we only get to see what the editing allows us to see. That way Sair looks to have hardly spoken, and got voted off. I liked her, but then I'm a Corrie fan. It works the other way for Fleur - previous comments are right, she hogs the limelight which provides plenty of content for the editing guys, but makes us tire of her.

I suspect Nick hasn't been particularly quiet, but just he's been edited out.

(I remember from a few years ago, Mike Read was taking part, and commented after he'd been voted out that he'd written and staged a panto in the camp, yet none of it was shown. Maybe it was pants, or maybe the editors didn't want him to look good. OOHH conspiracy theories...........)
When they started featuring James in the second week both of us said 'Where did he come from?!" and another theory put forward is that Noel only contracted to do X amount of days before being 'voted out'. Harry featured strongly in the first week and was looking like a dead cert, but he's been much more in the background just of late.
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AlexRS2782

5,161 posts

149 months

Wednesday 5th December
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Well the image of Nick Knowles in his trunks is an image i won't be able to unsee laugh The reasoning being he didn't want to get the clothes he was wearing wet - but he didn't even get wet - although in fairness he probably did make quite a few women up & down the UK moist instead based on some of the comments online hehegetmecoat

Love how Emily dealt with that situation though and the task - those Mud crabs are feisty little buggers. The way they edited the angled camera shot of the toad sat on Nick's head was hilarious laugh

Edited by AlexRS2782 on Wednesday 5th December 02:27

johnxjsc1985

14,272 posts

100 months

Wednesday 5th December
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AlexRS2782 said:
Well the image of Nick Knowles in his trunks is an image i won't be able to unsee laugh The reasoning being he didn't want to get the clothes he was wearing wet - but he didn't even get wet - although in fairness he probably did make quite a few women up & down the UK moist instead based on some of the comments online hehegetmecoat



Edited by AlexRS2782 on Wednesday 5th December 02:27
uncalled for suggesting women found his budgie smugglers attractivebiggrin. WTF was that about he never got a drop of water on him.
Emily looks younger by the Day I never realised she had so many freckles. Can anyone even guess the amount of hours Anne has spent in her hammock she seems to do fkall all day

TTmonkey

14,309 posts

183 months

Wednesday 5th December
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I don't recall any input at all from Ann in yesterdays show......

Emily was quality. developing her persona nicely on the show. The 'Jamie Redknapp call me' bit was proper funny. And the 'Nicks bulge' bit was funny. She did well on the task too.

nicanary

6,278 posts

82 months

Wednesday 5th December
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TTmonkey said:
I don't recall any input at all from Ann in yesterdays show......

Emily was quality. developing her persona nicely on the show. The 'Jamie Redknapp call me' bit was proper funny. And the 'Nicks bulge' bit was funny. She did well on the task too.
I started to wonder whether Anne would be excused from the egg-rolling game on medical grounds. She did do the last couple of eggs. It's all getting a bit silly and you have to wonder who's voting to keep her in. I suspect she wants to go home.

Emily has really grown on me. She's like another Toff.

The Surveyor

6,187 posts

173 months

Wednesday 5th December
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TTmonkey said:
I don't recall any input at all from Ann in yesterdays show......

Emily was quality. developing her persona nicely on the show. The 'Jamie Redknapp call me' bit was proper funny. And the 'Nicks bulge' bit was funny. She did well on the task too.
You missed the bit where Ann sang the 'fastest milk cart' song?

Man-At-Arms

5,275 posts

115 months

Wednesday 5th December
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nicanary said:
I started to wonder whether Anne would be excused from the egg-rolling game on medical grounds. She did do the last couple of eggs. It's all getting a bit silly and you have to wonder who's voting to keep her in. I suspect she wants to go home.

Emily has really grown on me. She's like another Toff.
people are keeping Ann in hoping that she will eventually do a trial surely due to lack of numbers !
and then in the final, she'll lose

SickAsAParrot

255 posts

48 months

Wednesday 5th December
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The Surveyor said:
You missed the bit where Ann sang the 'fastest milk cart' song?
That brought back traumatic memories. It was in the charts when I was a small child and I found the idea of being killed by having a pie thrown at you particularly frightening.

TTmonkey

14,309 posts

183 months

Wednesday 5th December
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nicanary said:
Emily has really grown on me. She's like another Toff.
Yes very much so.

antspants

1,585 posts

111 months

Wednesday 5th December
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TTmonkey said:
Emily was quality. developing her persona nicely on the show. The 'Jamie Redknapp call me' bit was proper funny. And the 'Nicks bulge' bit was funny. She did well on the task too.
Yep just caught up on last night's episode, Emily for the win after watching that. Or Harry, I'd be happy with either of them winning.

I'm starting to find Nick a bit irritating now, his encouragement and compliments just sound condescending to me.

AlexRS2782

5,161 posts

149 months

Thursday 6th December
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Anne was so happy when they announced her name. I think it's great that she got as far as the pub - especially her holding her notes in her karaoke bit - she's come a long way since the first day she went in and was suffering badly / wanted to leave.

One final challenge for the outgoing queen, Toff, in EC with Swashy - "a queen shouldn't be treated as badly as this" hehe Rita on EC was quite funny too - basically admitting she'd been on a food / coffee high since leaving the day before and still hadn't gone to sleep hehe

Oh & if anyone gets a chance and hasn't watched it yet on EC, Joel Dommet's "John Barrowman - I'm A Celebrity : The Musical" is one of the funniest things EC have done in ages laugh

Edited by AlexRS2782 on Friday 7th December 01:48

cuprabob

7,023 posts

150 months

Thursday 6th December
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Although they all got into the pub in the end surely it would have made more sense to have Anne at the end of the queue to help answer the questions rather than her to go first?

mr_fibuli

973 posts

131 months

Thursday 6th December
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I liked how no matter how many times Anne corrected him, Nick kept banging on about the "Van Halen" belts as though he knew what he was talking about biggrin

pc.iow

1,816 posts

139 months

Thursday 6th December
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antspants said:
TTmonkey said:
Emily was quality. developing her persona nicely on the show. The 'Jamie Redknapp call me' bit was proper funny. And the 'Nicks bulge' bit was funny. She did well on the task too.
Yep just caught up on last night's episode, Emily for the win after watching that. Or Harry, I'd be happy with either of them winning.

I'm starting to find Nick a bit irritating now, his encouragement and compliments just sound condescending to me.
Yes, Nick and his amazing voice is getting to me as well.

budgie smuggler

3,309 posts

95 months

Thursday 6th December
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antspants said:
Or Harry, I'd be happy with either of them winning.
I'm starting to wonder if Harry's a bit of a cock underneath the funny stories and cheeky chap persona. There was just a slight edge of tttiness to how he acts sometimes. For example in the task with the toads, rats etc when he kept yelling "get a move on!" to Emily.
Although he could have just been stting himself because of the rat going up his shorts to be fair hehe

SpeckledJim

16,203 posts

189 months

Thursday 6th December
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Nick and John are becoming tiresome.

Anyone to win except either of them.

I like how the team have one of the best quizzers in the world sitting there, and don't just go with her opinion on all the challenges.