I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Fans went berserk on Sunday night as Mike Tindall covered Matt Hancock’s T-shirt to hide his voting phone number.
The 44-year-old rugby player was seen twirling MP’s shirt in the opening moments of the final so that his voting number could not be seen by the cameras.
Matt had carefully laid out his clothes with the number facing out to the audience to call in to vote for him.
Funny Thing: I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Fans went nuts on Sunday night after Mike Tindall covered up Matt Hancock’s T-shirt to hide his voting phone number
Mike calls him a ‘typical politician’ for the gesture and takes it upon himself to rectify the situation.
Fans witnessed the moment and reacted on Twitter, praising Mike.
One said: ‘Mike flips Matt’s t-shirt over when he leaves so no one can see his number LMFAO’
Hilarious: Matt had his clothes carefully laid out with the number the audience facing outside to call to vote
Coward! The 44-year-old rugby player was seen in the opening moments of the final twirling the MP’s shirt so his voting number could not be seen by the cameras
While another agreed, writing: ‘Why is everyone sticking up for Matt? I thought it was brilliant that Mike kept twirling Matt’s T-shirt ’round.
A third echoed: ‘Why is everyone sticking up for Matt? I thought it was brilliant that Mike kept twirling Matt’s T-shirt ’round.
And a fourth said: ‘The last thing Mike did on the show was to flip Matt’s shirt again to prevent him from promoting’.
In frenzy: Fans witnessed the moment, and many reacted on Twitter with praise for Mike
Fans criticized Mike for ‘bullying’ Matt after he ‘flattened’ the MP during the Celebrity Cyclone Challenge.
Mike was the latest star to be kicked out of camp on Saturday night’s episode, but as a member of the Final Four, he participated in the highly anticipated group test at the end of each series.
Jill went up the slippery hill first, followed by Matt and then Mike – and fans say when it was her turn, she ‘saw an opportunity to destroy Matt’ when she landed on top of it.
The four managed to achieve four out of four stars during the prestigious Cyclone Trials in Australia, with Lioness Jill dubbing the challenge as ‘the most fun she’s ever had’.
But fans couldn’t help but notice Mike’s interaction with Matt, as he desperately tries to hold on to his big yellow stars.
After his departure from the camp, a user wrote on Twitter: ‘Glad he was a bully when the trial was on and then the cyclone exploded to body-slam him. ,
‘It must have hurt!’ Fans said it was Mike’s turn to ‘see an opportunity to smash Matt’ when he landed on him – and even Ant and Dec noticed the tackle
Show Time: Taking on the test, the order was Jill, Matt, Mike and then Owen – as they all opted for different tactics for the test, Matt dived extensively on the course, while Owen attacked the course. tried to walk through, failed
‘Glad he got my vote 2 Matt.’
Another wrote: ‘Not a Tory fan but Matt was bullied and #MikeTindall deliberately attacked him on Cyclone.
‘Yes Matt did things wrong but so did the world, it was an epidemic. Bullying is not acceptable.
Similarly, another added: ‘Her bullying of Matt shocked me – she even flattened him during the cyclone – just threw herself at him – not good.’
Not happy: Fans couldn’t help but notice Mike’s interaction with Matt as he desperately tries to hold on to his big yellow stars.
The same user said: ‘The full body slap in Cyclone did it for me – glad to see her back.’
On the other hand, some of Mike’s fans loved the move: ‘Mike Tindall saw his opportunity to kill Matt Hancock and he took it. Full respect.
Another said: ‘The mighty Mike Tindall taking off and landing on Matt Hancock in the cyclone test was one of the highlight moments in this year’s #ImACelebrityGetMeOutOfHere.’
Dressed to impress: The celebrities were certainly dressed for the occasion, wearing tight metallic hotpants and matching capes
Enjoyed: On the other hand, some of Mike’s fans loved the move: ‘Mike Tindall saw an opportunity to kill Matt Hancock and he took it. full respect’
When Mike leapt on Matt, even Ant and Dee said the tackle ‘must have hurt’ – and when they later asked him about it, the former rugby pro said he’d let Matt Was using as ‘anchor’.
Earlier in the episode, Mike accused Matt of ‘voting for votes’ in order to be crowned king of the jungle – and insisted he keep his name-printed clothing in shot of the camp cameras. clearly wants to win’.
Each campmate has their name and voting line printed on the back of their jackets and T-shirts, with Mike claiming Matt was making these more visible.
Speaking in the Bush Telegraph, he said: ‘Matt is making sure his T-shirt and his phone number are displayed at all times. Matt clearly wants to win.
Mike was seen moving the MP’s luggage in front of the cameras: ‘I am very happy to move it every time he leaves camp.’
‘Once a politician, always a politician. Always vote for votes,’ said the player.
The celebrities then returned to camp to enjoy ice cream and a glimpse back into the real world after knowing England’s scores so far during the Qatar World Cup.
IMPACT: Mike Tindall claimed Matt Hancock (pictured), shot by camp cameras, tried to influence the public’s vote by having clothes with his voting phone number on them
As soon as he received a letter to camp, an excited Mike told his fellow stars: ‘Celebrities, today you will all be taking part in TODAY’s test – Celebrity Cyclone.’
‘I never thought I’d make it this far into the cyclone. It’s going to be absolutely fantastic, I can’t wait,’ Matt said.
Echoing his thoughts, Owen said: ‘I’m just absolutely buzzing, can’t believe I’m here, can’t believe I’m doing this. I can not say anything. I am really speechless.’
And the celebrities were certainly dressed for the occasion, wearing tight metallic hot pants and matching hats.
Entertaining: Mike Tindall accuses fellow campmate Matt Hancock of trying to influence the public’s vote by keeping his name-printed clothing in shot of camp cameras