Love Island’s Dr Alex spots I’m A Celeb blunder as Kiosk Cledwyn gets quiz answer wrong
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Former Love Islander Dr. Alex George took to social media after spotting a glaring I'm A Celebrity blunder.
The 30-year-old reality star, who has previously admitted to "planning his day around I'm A Celebrity", called out Kiosk Cledwyn for getting a quiz answer wrong in Tuesday night's episode.
In the Castle Coin Challenge – which has replaced the jungle's Dingo Dollar Challenge – Kiosk Cledwyn telephoned the camp and asked broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire what percentage of Brits talk about the weather at least once a day, reports Daily Star.
The campmates were given two possible answers, either 26 per cent or 44 per cent.
What would you have said?
(Image: Dr Alex George/Instagram)
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Campmates unanimously picked 44 per cent but Kiosk Cledwyn slammed the shutters on Giovanna Fletcher and Hollie Arnold, putting an end to the stars' Welsh cake dreams, as apparently, they got it wrong.
The duo, who later said they would have chosen the same answer, headed back to camp empty-handed despite successfully completing the tricky task at hand.
However, Dr. Alex refused to believe the answer, tweeting: "That's not true!! It’s a 100% of Brits!"
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After doing a little digging himself he discovered the real answer.
He uncovered research that found 94 per cent of British respondents admit to having talked about the weather in the past six hours, while 38 per cent say they have in the past 60 minutes.
Dr. Alex then went back to Twitter, and demanded: "Give them the damn Welsh cakes!!!"
Eagled-eyed viewers also spotted campmate Shane Richie revealing that he already knew about the new arrivals before they were even announced in the same episode.
ITV show hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly made their way into Gwrych Castle to tell the celebrities about the next BushTucker trial, Stage Fright.
But after the duo revealed that all of the stars would be taking part in the challenge, Shane started chanting "R and R… stage fright… R and R," which made fans speculate that he knew that classical singer Russell Watson and Westend performer Ruthie Henshall were already joining the group.
However, it's unlikely that Shane knew about the late arrivals as the campmates are put into isolation weeks before the show starts.
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