I'm A Celeb fans spot blunder after Ian Wright's reaction to news of a Bushtucker trial
I'm A Celeb fans have spotted yet another blunder.
The latest series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here has been subject to a number of technical glitches, all of which have been picked up on by people watching at home.
Before Adele Roberts was announced as the first person to leave the show, there was confusion over some of the votes cast via the show's app.
The end result was that all the votes cast in this manner had to be disregarded which understandably, left people fuming.
Last night, Ian Wright was told he'd been chosen as the campmate to take part in the Hellvator trial.
— I'm A Celebrity... (@imacelebrity) December 1, 2019
Ian clearly felt he'd been through enough of the trials and didn't react too well when he was told, letting out what people have assumed is a stream of curse words.
It was difficult to tell what was happening as his swearing was bleeped out and so viewers had to guess as to what was happening.
However, what did concern people was the fact that the show is supposedly live and yet, producers were able to apply damage control when it came to the swearing.
Many raised the question, and a very fair point too, how they could have known it was going to happen considering the show goes out as a live broadcast every night.
It didn't go unnoticed by fans with some questioning if I'm A Celebrity is actually a live show at all?
The plot thickens...
— Dan Westwell (@DanWestwell) November 30, 2019
Was the last part really Live because the bleeped out Ian’s swearing... How did they know that was going to happen at the exact time ?? #ImACeleb
— Sarah Har (@sarah_walia) November 30, 2019
So. Anyone else notice how ITV beeped out Ian swearing even though it was live?? How did they know to beep it out? ? #ImACeleb
— Lolzy ?✨ (@LolzyFaythXIV) November 30, 2019
— Sam GC (@Funguslover) November 30, 2019
I’m sorry how did they blur Ian’s swearing out when it was live?!?#ImACeleb
— S.Anderson03 (@Anderson03S) November 30, 2019