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Danny Miller: Matt Hancock should accept he’ll be public’s toy on I’m A Celebrity

OHMYGOSSIP — Danny Miller says Matt Hancock needs to accept he is going to be the public’s “toy” on ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’.
The former ‘Emmerdale’ star won last year’s series of the ITV reality show, and he has warned the former Health Secretary that the public will be voting in their droves for him to take part in Bushtucker Trials “regardless of how entertaining he is” in the jungle.
He said: “I think he needs to just accept the fact that he is going to be everyone’s toy. Last year, unfortunately, Naughty Boy got it because he did the first one and he was very entertaining.
“This year, I think regardless of how entertaining he is, I think he needs to accept that what he’s put us through … the public are going to say, ‘This is what we’re going to put you through,’ and then when they’re done with him they will just get rid of him.”
Danny has predicted ‘Coronation Street’ star Sue Cleaver, former England women’s footballer Jill Scott, and pop icon Boy George will make the final three on the show.
He said: “I’d like to think Sue Cleaver, Boy George and Jill Scott. They’re prediction for the final three. I’ve met Jill a few times, she’s lovely.”
Danny also admitted he didn’t enjoy going from being isolated in the jungle to returning to normality when he first left the camp last year.
Speaking on ‘Good Morning Britain’, he added: “It took me a few months to be able to go and say, ‘I wish I could’ve done it again,’ because I hated the feeling after it of kind of being completely isolated to being like, ‘Here’s a load of responsibilities,’ and here’s your phone back.
“I really struggled with it because it was hard … you didn’t have to worry about anything, because you didn’t have any phones, you had no stresses, no worries, no anxieties and suddenly you got out and someone goes, ‘Oh, well done for winning, here’s your phone back.’
“There are still messages I haven’t read because it’s quite overwhelming.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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