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I’m a Celeb fans angry with ‘letters from home’ task


On ITV’s I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here tonight (Monday, December 6) we saw the celebrities take part in a challenge to get one of their campmates a letter from home.

All they had to do was insert a six-digit ‘wifi code’ into a computer – easy-peasy right?

Louise Minchin said: “We all want letters, but to be responsible for someone else’s letter is a massive amount of pressure.”

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Only two celebrities ended up not getting their letters, Adam Woodyatt and David Ginola.

This task was a nail-biting watch; it was very hard seeing Kadeena Cox and Danny Miller when it was their turn, as they didn’t manage to get the letters for Adam and David, leaving them understandably devastated.

However, there were no hard feelings. Adam and David made it known that the situation was absolutely fine.

Some viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts, highlighting the fact that the celebrities were only in camp for three weeks at the most.

In addition, due to Coronavirus, they are no longer on the other side of the world in Australia – they are only a few hours away from their homes in Wales.

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Some of the celebrities were also getting visibly distressed and crying due to the pressure of getting someone else’s letter from home.

@pm83 tweeted: “Crying. They’re literally a couple of hours away from their families like. #ImACeleb

Another user, @Greg_Phillips_, tweeted: “These people do this voluntarily for a few weeks and are paid more than most people watching will earn in a year, or several years in many cases. They haven’t been forced to leave their families at gun point.”

Other viewers enjoyed the task but found it very intense and emotional.

@samiarna said: “Wow that is an intense challenge… the pressure is unreal! Really feel for Danny & Kadeena… how awful. I’m now crying and shaking with the stress… don’t need this on a Monday night.”

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