I'M A Celebrity viewers have accused other fans of sexism after the third woman in a row was voted out last night. Sue Cleaver followed in the unfortunate footsteps of Scarlette Douglas and Charlene White when she was eliminated from the jungle, while the likes of divisive Matt Hancock and Boy George were saved for at least one more night.
Those who would have preferred the latter two to go home, criticised the show on Twitter. One posted: "It sort of seems like i’m a celebrity might be… sexist?" A second said: "If there's one thing you can rely on it's the I'm A Celebrity audience getting rid of most of the women first." A third wrote: "I've noticed something really bad with people getting voted out.
People are being racist and possibly sexist." READ MORE ON I'M A CELEBRITYRUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE Here's who has left I'm A Celebrity so farJUNGLE HELL IAC fans in shock as huge star leaves the jungle & Owen takes a swipe at Chris There is now only one woman left standing, England football hero Jill Scott.
Love Island star Olivia Attwood was the first campmate to exit this year after she was forced to quit on medical grounds. The sexism outcry follows accusations of racism after black campmates Charlene and Scarlette were the first two to leave the jungle.Read more on thesun.co.uk