I'm a Celebrity 2021 LIVE – Frankie Bridge reveals sexy X-RATED gift she bought footballer husband Wayne before castle

NAUGHTY Boy will face ANOTHER Bushtucker Trial alongside Frankie Bridge in tomorrow's I'm A Celebrity episode.

The music producer screamed and shouted his way to 11 stars after being subjected to snakes, crabs and scorpions during Wednesday's gruesome Bushtucker Trial.

But the public took no pity on the Grammy-winning musician, as the public voted for him to take on Castle Scary-oke on Thursday.

Meanwhile the public also voted for two new camp leaders to take over from Simon Gregson and Adam Woodyatt.

David Ginola and Danny Miller will now be the new "lords" – and will be exempt from doing work and chores around camp, as well as sleeping in real beds and being permitted to sit in comfortable thrones.

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

  • Louis Allwood

    Danny Miller over the moon

    Viewers were in hysteric tonight as Danny Miller fantasised about sharing a bed with footballing hero David Ginola.

    The Emmerdale star was voted the new camp deputy leader while Frenchman David was made top dog.

    The duo will replace soap stars Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson in the roles and adopt their privileges.

    One of which was sleeping in their own comfy bed.

    A grinning Danny said: "This for me is the best thing that could have happened in camp. I'm really tying to play it down out there because I want to be a man of the people."

    He said to the ex Spurs ace in the bedroom: "This is a dream come true for me, David. Me and you in the same bed, I could cry."

  • Louis Allwood

    Viewers all have the same complaint

    I'M A Celeb viewers were left baffled by the contestants "fake" reunion after the campmates returned to the castle after three days away.

    The series had to pull scheduled trips to the castle after Storm Arwen wreaked devastation on production facilities in North Wales.

    On Wednesday's episode, ITV viewers finally saw the campmates reunite after they were forced to take a short break from the castle.

    However, fans were quick to point out that the contestants were being overly friendly despite only knowing each other for one week.

    One sceptical viewer wrote: "They are all being incredibly fake. #ImACeleb"

    Another agreed: "Everyone is fake best mates b****cks in the castle. #ImACeleb"

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    Viewers shocked by Frankie Bridge’s very X-rated gift

    Viewers were left gobsmacked after Frankie Bridge revealed a very X-rated gift she gave to husband Wayne.

    The 32-year-old star told her fellow campmates that she got her hubby a cast of her perky posterior.

    After re-entering the castle on Tuesday following Storm Arwen, the contestants were getting reacquainted and the topic of conversation took a cheeky turn.

    The Saturdays popstar revealed that she got the personalised gift made after her husband joked that he wanted a cast of her bum.

    Frankie said: "I got Wayne a cast of my a**.

    Kadeena Cox replied: "Did he appreciate it?"

    "Yeah, he used to say it as a joke back when he was playing football and he used to say, I just want a cast of your a**.

    "So one year I was like fine."

  • Louis Allwood

    Here are just some of the items that were smuggled in

    Simon Gregson was nabbed smuggling contraband back into camp after Storm Arwen — a pot of Vaseline and three stock cubes.

    Four other stars were also caught red-handed when frisked while returning from four days quarantine in temporary accommodation.

    A total of 33 items were confiscated.

    A source said: “Producers knew the celebs would try to be a bit tricky.”

    Kadeena Cox, 30, was the worst culprit and was found with 25 items stuffed into her socks, coat, pockets and rucksack.

    They included 11 Werther’s Originals sweets, 11 Fruit-tellas and an Oxo cube.

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    Kadeena Cox the worst offender as she sneaks items into camp

    Kadeena Cox tried to sneak sneaking as many as 25 items of contraband back into camp after Storm Arwen.

    Producers frisked the Paralympian after she spent four days in quarantine following evacuation due to the weather.

    She was caught red-handed alongside Radio DJ Snoochie Shy, soap actors Simon Gregson and Danny Miller and music producer Naughty Boy.

    Each of the stars was found to have nabbed items from their temporary accommodation where they had been holed up since leaving Gwrych Castle on Saturday.

    Athlete Kadeena, 30, was identified as the unlikely worst offender – sneaking as many as 25 items into her socks, coat, rucksack and pockets.

    Bosses discovered two apples, 11 Werthers Originals, 11 Fruitella sweets and an OXO cube on the Leeds-born gold medal winning cyclist.

  • Louis Allwood

    How do I vote on the I'm A Celebrity app?

    Although fans are still able to vote the old-fashioned way – by picking up the phone – they're now also able to vote by downloading the official I'm A Celebrity app, which is available at no cost from Apple's App Store and the Google Play store used on Android.

    Users of the app will have to register before they're able to use it to vote, but once they've entered the details, will be able to use the app to cast their votes.

    As well as extra content and other information made available, app users should be able to spot a voting tab on the bottom right hand side of the screen.

    And they're not just able to vote on eliminations – users of the app will also be able to vote for which celeb they want to take part in the infamous bush tucker trials.

  • Louis Allwood

    Storm Arwen chaos

    The reality series was forced off the airwaves last week due to extensive damage to its production village caused by Storm Arwen.

    I’m A Celeb did not air from November 27 to 29, 2021, because of the damage the storm caused to the set.

    The celebrities were removed from Gwrych Castle in North Wales, and only essential crew remained on site. 

    Host Ant McPartlin explained: "The celebs were taken to separate locations with no phones, no internet, no TV and no access to the outside world."

  • Louis Allwood

    Haircut time?

    While the stars were welcomed back with open arms last night, some eagle-eyed viewers pointed out a few apparent changes in two of the campmates appearances.

    Despite the group being in isolation for four days, fans of the ITV show rushed to Twitter to comment on Naughty Boy and Snoochie's 'fresh' look.

    One asked: "Where's naughty boy been for a hair cut [eyes emoji] #ImACeleb".

    A second commented: "Naughty boy deffo had a hair cut #ImACeleb".

    "Snoochie used the long weekend break to get her hair done. I hear it #ImACeleb," laughed another.

    A fourth wrote on the social media platform: "And where did all that hair come from, Snoochie ??

    "I didn't realise it was her at first when she was on-screen !! #Imaceleb".

  • Louis Allwood

    Louise Minchin & Dan Walker supportive of each other

    It's clear they support each other in their respective careers, with Louise encouraging her social media followers to vote for Dan in Strictly Come Dancing.

    But, as is protocol for I'm a Celeb, Louise couldn't tell Dan she was moving into the castle this year. She said: "I didn’t tell Dan Walker I was doing I’m A Celebrity before coming to Wales but I don’t think he will be surprised.

    "He knows me well and I think he will be both excited and nervous for me. I have been voting for him on Strictly so fingers crossed he will vote for me a lot."

    Dan reacted to the news on social media, promising his "phone bill is going to be enormous".

    Louise even has hilarious nicknames for the two of them: Little and Large – but Dan is Little!

  • Louis Allwood

    Inside I’m a Celeb’s Louise Minchin’s friendship with Strictly's Dan Walker

    THEY'RE taking part in rival reality shows right now – but there's no denying the friendship between Louise Minchin and Dan Walker.

    Louise, 53, and Dan, 44, hosted BBC Breakfast together for six years before she quit in September after two decades on the programme – something Dan compared to a break-up.

    As Dan took to the Strictly dancefloor for the first time weeks later, he showed just how close the pair are when he dedicated his performance to Louise.

    After his debut dance, host Claudia Winkleman said: "You wanted to dedicate that dance to someone very special…"

    Dan replied: "Yes, I've got a new breakfast sofa partner but that was actually for Louise Minchin.

    "Any Breakfast viewer will know that Louise left the sofa last week, hopefully she's watching – Louise that was for you, we miss you, we love you and we wish you all the best away from the sofa."

    But Louise had her own surprise for Dan, appearing on a VT to say: "Hi Dan, I cannot believe that you dedicated your first dance on Strictly to me – thank you so much.

    "I really miss you on the BBC Breakfast sofa but I'm so excited because I will watch you every Saturday night on Strictly, I think you're going to be amazing, good luck, go for it and have fun."

  • Louis Allwood

    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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    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.

  • Louis Allwood

    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.

  • Louis Allwood

    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?!”

  • Louis Allwood

    Kadeena Cox breaks down in tears

    I’M A Celebrity’s Kadeena Cox broke down in tears and screamed “get me out of here” after being surrounded by 50 snakes.

    Paralympian Kadeena snapped as she lost her temper at co-star Arlene Phillips who was attempting to drop stars into a pit below her in complete darkness.

    After successfully completing the Bushtucker Trial, the lights came on – but it sent Kadeena into a panic after seeing the snakes.

    Kadeena hysterically sobbed: “Please get me out, please get me out…”

    “Oh I feel so bad,” Arlene told hosts Ant and Dec.

    Distressed Kadeena couldn’t stop crying until she was removed from the bunk.

  • Louis Allwood

    Explained: How do I vote on I’m A Celebrity using the app?

    Once the show is underway, a quick and easy way to vote is to download the official I’m A Celebrity app which is free.

    It is available for on the App Store, iTunes, and Google Play.

    Once downloaded, you’ll need to enter your date of birth before accessing the content.

    To vote, click on the ‘Vote’ tab at the bottom of the app and when voting is open during the show simply press the button to chose a celebrity.

  • Louis Allwood

    Ant and Dec spoke of how the storm destroyed the show

    Dec told This Morning presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield: “The wind had destroyed the tent base. The site was unsafe.

    “No one was allowed back on the site. We had no choice but to pull the show. We were just gutted.

    “We had to put the celebs back in to quarantine. It’s been a huge upheaval of a week.”

    Ant went on to praise the show’s production team, saying: “They worked round the clock.

    “The castle is the one thing that’s absolutely fine. The only reason we took the celebrities out because it was just mean to leave them.

    They have no phones, no internet and are cut off from the rest of the world – just how we like it.”

  • Louis Allwood

    Why is he called Naughty Boy?

    Naughty Boy’s real name is actually Shahid Khan.

    It is not known why he chose the moniker as his stage name.

    We do know he runs his own production company called Naughty Boy Recordings.

  • Louis Allwood

    Explained: Who is Naughty Boy?

    Naughty Boy is a musician, producer, and rapper of Pakistani descent from Watford.

    He initially went to London Guildhall University to study business and marketing but he dropped out during his first term.

    In 2007 he won £40,000 on Deal Or No Deal and used the money to set up a recording studio in his parents’ garden shed.

    He went on to get a three year contract with Sony ATV.

    While at Sony he worked on two hit tracks –  Chipmunk’s Diamond Rings and Wiley’s Never Be Your Woman which both feature Emeli Sandé.

    In 2021, he joined the cast of I’m A Celebrity 2021.

    The musician has a reported net worth of £2.2million, and this is down to music sales and tours.

  • Louis Allwood

    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.”

  • Louis Allwood

    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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    What was found being sneaked in to the IAC camp?

    A source said: “Producers knew that the celebs would try and be a bit tricky on their way in so were well prepared for it.

    “They checked everyone’s belongings, coats, pockets – even their socks.

    “It was comical how much they found. Everything got confiscated and each of them was given a slap on the wrist and sent on their way.

    “Kadeena might look like butter wouldn’t melt, but she was by far the worst offender – packing her stuff with sweets, and other food.

    “You can’t knock them for trying. Bosses saw the funny side of it and you can’t blame them given they’ve got at least another week in grim conditions to get through.

    “Although it does beg the question how they thought they would get away with it, what with hundreds of cameras all around them watching their every move.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    Kadeena Cox smuggled in 25 items into camp

    DESPERATE I'M A Celeb star Kadeena Cox tried to sneak sneaking as many as 25 items of contraband back into camp after Storm Arwen.

    Producers frisked the Paralympian after she spent four days in quarantine following evacuation due to the weather.

    She was caught red-handed alongside Radio DJ Snoochie Shy, soap actors Simon Gregson and Danny Miller and music producer Naughty Boy.

    Each of the stars was found to have nabbed items from their temporary accommodation where they had been holed up since leaving Gwrych Castle on Saturday.

    Athlete Kadeena, 30, was identified as the unlikely worst offender – sneaking as many as 25 items into her socks, coat, rucksack and pockets.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Danny Miller steered clear of treats and even slept on floor when in quarantine

    Emmerdale's Danny Miller insisted he steered clear of treats and even continued to sleep on the floor, much to the surprise of his co-stars.

    He said: "I decided to stick to the rice and beans because I got myself into that routine, it was hard but I didn't want to undo all that work and starve my body again."

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    Frankie Bridge's mind 'blown' after Arlene makes admission

    Fellow campmate Frankie Bridge said later: "Arlene was talking about the fact that she always felt a little bit self-conscious at school with her daughter because she was an older mum.

    "And it just blows my mind that that was ever an issue for her.

    "The fact that she's here, she's 78, going through all of this with us, she's still dancing around and I imagine back then she was exactly the same.

    "I get where she's coming from but I don't think she's got anything to worry about."

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