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Mike Tindall is behind Matt Hancock's I'm A Celeb WhatsApp group snub, Scarlette admits
A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette Douglas, 35, has added fuel to the fire of feud rumours swirling around her I'm A Celeb campmates; Mike Tindall, 44, and Matt Hancock, 44.Scarlette revealed the 2022 I’m A Celebrity stars have already created a group chat to stay in touch after the grand finale, and exiting the Australian jungle to return to their normal lives.However, the disgraced MP is noticeably absent from the cast’s WhatsApp group at present, and has not yet been invited to join.Scarlette spilled that Matt’s exclusion from the chat is down to royal family member Mike, who is the group admin.Discussing how she is keeping in contact with her former campmates at the UK premiere of Will Smith’s upcoming film Emancipation on Friday, Scarlette also hinted that Matt may just be "too busy" to join the WhatsApp group at the moment.She said: "I’m not the admin of that WhatsApp group so if Mike (Tindall) wants to invite him he absolutely can, but it’s not me to put the invitation out so we’ll see what happens."He might be busy you never know, he’s doing a lot of stuff, he’s got a lot of press coming up so he might be too busy." has contacted a representative for Mike for comment.Despite the apparent WhatsApp snub, Scarlette has insisted that she and her I’m A Celeb pals will be reuniting again soon."We’ve all said when we can, because we’re all over the country, we’ll get together and have a meal for Owen because he loves food," the Channel 4 presenter said. Scarlette also teased group plans to go and see their co-stars, comedians Seann Walsh and Babatunde Aleshe, perform on stage when they return to their stand-up tours.“Ultimately we’re all going to try and stay in touch, which is important,” the campmate
‘Got a bit tearful’ I'm A Celeb's Scarlette Douglas emotional over new move away from show
Scarlette Douglas, 35, admitted she “got a bit tearful” about her latest career stint following her exit from A Place In The Sun.The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! opened up about her exciting new role on Channel 4 in an exclusive interview with became the third famous face to leave ITV’s I’m A Celebrity this year, after previously exiting her longtime gig on A Place In The Sun back in August.However, she has now started a new chapter with Channel 4, joining her brother Stuart to present property show Worst House on the Street, which made its debut this year.The show follows Scarlette and Stuart's work as property developers as they help families transform run-down houses into dream homes without breaking the bank.Asked if she ever got emotional filming the series and watching families see their homes transformed, Scarlette confirmed she did.The former jungle campmate said: “It really is. And I think - the episode you'll see next week on the Wirral - it can get quite emotional towards the end.“Because the lady in it - it was the first time that she bought a house for herself and her kids,” she continued.“And it was just a really good end result.She was over the moon and we all got so emotional with her.So I think that's probably the one where I really got a bit tearful.”Scarlette went on to reveal there were also tears when she left A Place in the Sun after building such a strong fanbase within the show. “I’ve been quite emotional about it, actually.
I’m A Celeb’s Scarlette Douglas ‘devastated’ co-star Jonnie Irwin has terminal cancer
A Place in the Sun star Scarlette Douglas, 35, became the third famous face to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! last night.The star has shared her heartbreak after she learned about co-star Jonnie Irwin’s tragic terminal cancer diagnosis upon leaving the ITV show. Scarlette was shocked by the news, as she only found out about the heartbreaking prognosis after leaving the jungle. Last week, Jonnie bravely revealed he had been diagnosed with terminal cancer and had been told he only had six months to live. Scarlette, who has worked with Jonnie on Channel 4’s A Place in the Sun before, sent out a heartfelt tribute to Jonnie and his family after hearing the sad news.She said: "I had heard but I didn't realise it was terminal, which makes it sound imminent. "On A Place In The Sun we're always in different locations and we never really get to see each other. "Sometimes our paths might cross but I think I probably only met Jonnie in person maybe three times, a handful of times, but it was always just brilliant. "And I remember when I was doing my screen test for it, I'd watch a lot of his shows because he was confident with the house hunters. “He was just on it,” Scarlette remembered. “He knew everything, you know, you never question Jonnie.