I’m a Celebrity: Sue Cleaver and Charlene White branded ‘two-faced’ after comments about Matt Hancock

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Sue Cleaver and Charlene White make sarcastic comments about Matt Hancock behind his back

I’m a Celeb viewers weren’t happy as they watched Sue Cleaver,59, and Charlene White, 42 make sarcastic comments about Matt Hancock behind his back last night.

After Ant and Dec told Matt, 44, that the public had voted for him to do his seventh consecutive Bushtucker trial named Deserted Down Under. Sue from Manchester and Charlene quietly discussed what they really thought of the Health Secretary doing the trials.

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The Coronation Street actress and Loose Women presenter sat together on a log in camp and Sue said: “He must be quite funny doing the trials”

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Do you think they will get bored of it or do you think they will just carry on? There is a lot of anger isn’t there?

Charlene replied: ‘Yeah, they’ll just carry on, it’s an outlet.’

Sue continued with her sarcastic comments, speaking directly to the camera saying: “I can not tell you how surprised I was that Matt got picked for the trial. Knock me down with a feather”.

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Viewers were quick to comment on social media. One wrote: “Two-faced Sue Cleaver and Charlene White have done nothing but snipe. Get them both out”.

Matt went on to win seven stars in the trial in the challenge that saw him being buried underground with 30 snakes as he looked for keys and unlocked padlocks.

The health secretary was surprised to find out he was not voted to do the next trial. Instead, Chris Moyles, Boy George, and Babatunde Aleshe will face the Angel of Agony.

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