I’m A Celeb fans spot trend in evictions as they predict campmates will ‘go hungry’ after next vote off


I’M a Celebrity fans think they’ve spotted a trend in the evictions – and it’s not good news for the remaining stars.

News anchor Charlene White, TV presenter Scarlette Douglas and actress Sue Cleaver have already been given the boot from the I’m a Celebrity jungle.

Charlene became the camp chef when the stars first moved into the jungle

Scarlette also played a big role in the camp kitchen

Corrie’s Sue took over cooking duties after Charlene and Scarlette left

Charlene, 42, and Scarlette, 35, had been in charge of food in camp before Sue, 59, took over following their evictions.

Now fans think the voting public are determined to see the campmates go hungry by getting rid of the chefs.

One person tweeted: “Charlene then Scarlette, the chefs are going too fast.”

Another said: “It’s always the chefs / camp cooks that get voted out first.

“People wanna see these people go hungry.”

And after Coronation Street star Sue became the third to leave the show last night, fans accused others of sexism for voting out three women in a row.

Nick Ede, a brand and culture expert, tells HOAR that producers’ decision to book “too many controversial men” in this series may have fuelled the storm over the early female exits.

He said: “The show has concentrated on big-name males who are controversial and contentious.

“The female contestants are less controversial and team players, which make them less likely to be kept in. 

“Women have been successful in the past with Toff, Ashley Roberts, and Kerry Katona all proving they can do well.

“But this season, the strength of the men’s bookings have dominated the voting patterns and it’s unfairly making it a male-heavy show, which spoils the dynamic.”

HOAR’s analysis from the last three series of I’m A Celebrity shows that female stars have not only been voted out first, but consecutively too. 

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