FANS of I’m A Celebrity have said they have complained to Ofcom over Boy George’s controversial comments.
The latest instalment of the show aired on Thursday as Ant and Dec presented live from the Australian jungle.
During the show viewers watched as this year’s celebrities made their way to the trial clearing.
They saw saw Mike Tindall, Owen Warner, and Jill Scott take part in the ‘Scareground’ Trial to earn more balls.
Lioness Jill decided to go in the Unlucky Dip, while rugby ace Mike took part in the Critter Carousel, and Hollyoaks star Owen bossed it in the Fiendish Ferris Wheel.
However, Boy George was left fuming with Jill as she failed to collect any of his black balls.
He could be heard shouting: “Whatever you do… don’t throw any black ones because you’ve only thrown one!
“Sorry but it’s disgusting… total favouritism! I’m sorry.”
The singer, 61, then shocked fans as he said: “She’s dead to me.”
It prompted viewers to hit out at the star on social media – with some saying they were going to contact TV watchdog Ofcom.
“How can boy george get away with saying “she’s dead to me”… I wouldn’t mind but he didn’t even say it jokingly.” said one viewer.
Another said: “Can’t believe Boy George just said about Jill “she’s dead to me.”
“If we all complain about boy george saying “she’s dead to me” maybe he’ll get kicked out,” said a third viewer.
I’m A Celebrity airs on ITV and ITVX.