Olivia Attwood reveals the change she’s glad to see in camp since she left I’m A Celebrity

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I’M A Celebrity’s Olivia Attwood is glad to see there has been a major change in camp since she left Australia.

The Love Islander, 31, appeared in public for the first time on Tuesday since being forced to quit camp following abnormal blood tests.

Though she left before the former Health Secretary arrived, Olivia’s glad to see that the public’s stopped choosing Matt Hancock for every trial
The disgraced Tory MP had to endure six trials in a row after the public gleefully cast their votes

And she revealed that, now she feels able to tune in, she’s pleased to see the public have stopped choosing Matt Hancock for every trial.

The disgraced MP had to endure six trials in a row after the public gleefully cast their votes.

Chatting on the ITV Palooza red carpet, Olivia told HOAR: “It was really hard to watch the first few days because I just felt so gutted but I’m back into watching it now.

“I’m glad that other people are doing trials now.

“It’s nice to see others having a go, you want variation don’t you, you don’t want to see the same person every day.

“But Matt shouldn’t be in there! He should be doing his job shouldn’t he.”

Olivia was forced to leave camp on Sunday 6 after a blood test showed her iron levels were dangerously low.

A few days later Matt and comedian Seann Walsh checked into camp as late arrivals.

It meant Olivia wasn’t able to grill the Tory MP over his actions during the pandemic.

She said: “You’ve got to understand when you’re living with someone in a camp, you don’t want to fall out or be nasty. It’s a difficult one.”

On who might win, Olivia added: “I do love Jill and love Charlene, Babatunde is good fun.

“I think there’s a few that are in with a good chance of winning. I like Chris too.”

For now the model turned TV presenter is busy with three new programmes in the works.

She said: “I’m going straight into filming my next documentary this month, end of the month, so loads to look forward to.

“I’m gutted to have left the jungle but I’ve got loads going on.

“It’s the second series of Filthy Rich, so it’s about making money online but every episode is a different subject.

“And then the plastic surgery documentary will be later in the year and then a new series of Olivia Meets Her Match.”

Olivia shot to fame during Love Island in 2017 and came runner-up with Chris Hughes.

She is now engaged to Blackburn Rovers footballer Bradley Dack.