Graham Norton tears Matt Hancock to shreds over I’m a Celebrity 2022 appearance

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Graham Norton tore Matt Hancock to shreds as he opened his latest talk show episode.

The animator took the stage in the latest opus of The Graham Norton Showwhich aired on Fariday (November 4), and immediately began poking fun at the former health secretary’s upcoming appearance in I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.

“We have a great show for you tonight – I couldn’t be more excited than if I was a maggot about to crawl into Matt Hancock’s ear. “said Norton.

Showing a picture of the Tory MP, who was suspended after signing up for the show, Norton continued: “There he is in Australia – has Hancock forgotten he has a job as an MP? I mean, I guess it’s possible; for months he had forgotten that he was married.

Norton was referring to the fact that Hancock found himself publicly disgraced after admitting to breaking his own social distancing rules when his affair with aide Gina Coladangelo came to light.

After a photo of the Australian jungle, where i am a celebrity is filmed, was shown on screen, Norton joked, “Here is the endless jungle that Matt Hancock will dwell in; dense and incredibly thick…just two of the things the producers called it.

Alluding to the show’s Bushtucker Trials, which often sees celebrities tasked with eating animal body parts, Norton added, “Personally, I think I speak for the nation when I say, ‘Matt Hancock should get fired, and when he’s done eating this, the testicles and the penis.

Hancock’s next appearance on the show was condemned by viewers, who called the channel’s decision to cast him “disgusting”, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

Matt Hancock found himself the butt of the joke after joining the cast of ‘I’m A Celebrity 2022’

(Getty Images)

Elsewhere, animal rights organization Peta penned an open letter calling on Ant and Dec to resign from the show over the use of live insects and dead animals in the show’s trials.

The Independent has contacted ITV for comment. The series begins Sunday, November 6 at 9 p.m. on ITV.

Source: www.independent.co.uk


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