I’m A Celebrity viewers worried for Sue as they spot bandage on her wrist

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I’M A Celebrity viewers have shared their concern for Sue Cleaver after spotting a mystery injury.

The soap star, who is best known for playing Eileen Grimshaw in Coronation Street, had a bandage on her wrist during tonight’s episode of the ITV show.

I’m A Celebrity fans share their concerns for Sue Cleaver

This evening Sue watched on as Mike Tindall, Owen Warner and Jill Scott took part in ‘Scareground’ Trial to earn more balls.

While she looked on, some noticed that she was wearing a dressing on her wrist.

Many flocked to Twitter to share their worry.

One said: “Am I the only one who spotted that bandage on Sue’s wrist?? What happened?! #ImACeleb.”

Another asked: “What happened to Sue’s wrist/hand?”

A third chimed in: “What’s wrong with Sue’s wrist #ImACeleb.”

HOAR contacted ITV for comment.

It comes after others were left horrified as one of the stars was forced to get medical help after their trial went wrong.

At the end of the Trial, Jill was left panicking when she realised something didn’t feel right.

The footie legend shouted: “I’ve just got a cockroach stuck in my ear!”

A medic was rushed onto set and managed to get it out.

Jill joked: “Come to the jungle they said, it would be fun…”

Ant said: “Jill, that was bigger than the one Fatima Whitbread had up her nose!” 

Jill: “I can hear now! Right, how did we do?!”

Fans rushed to Twitter to share their shock about Jill’s mishap.

One said: “How cool was Jill when that cockroach was in her EAR.”

Another wrote: “poor Jill, shouldn’t they have ear plugs for H & S reasons?”

A third added: “Jill, never makes a fuss…even with a cockroach in her ear!”