I’m A Celeb’s Richard brands Naughty Boy ‘pathetic’ and shares fear for Arlene

Richard Madeley has called his fellow I’m A Celebrity campmate Naughty Boy “pathetic” as he gives his first verdict on this year’s campmates

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Richard Madeley has dubbed his I’m A Celebrity campmate Naughty Boy “pathetic”.

The Good Morning Britain host – who quit the show after falling ill – say it’s “anybody’s game” who will win the show at this point, but he thinks both Naughty Boy and Dame Arlene Phillips are at risk of leaving sooner rather than later.

Richard had to leave the ITV show after he was rushed to hospital. As a result, he was forced to break the Covid bubble on the show, which meant he couldn’t return to the castle as per the show’s strict regulations.

And now opening up about his fellow campmates on the show, Richard thinks the music producer won’t sit well with viewers at home as they “never like a moaner”.

Richard has given a damning verdict on Naughty Boy

Writing for The Telegraph, he said: “Who will win? It’s anybody’s game, but I’d feel surer saying who won’t.

“Naughty Boy has been complaining, and misses his mum. He has his reasons, but from the outside that looks pathetic; viewers never like a moaner. Arlene is suffering a bit, too. She’s cold, and longs to see her daughters, so I’m not sure she’ll be long for it either.”

However, Richard has praised the former Strictly Come Dancing judge for her “delicious celebrity anecdotes”.

Richard only managed four days in the castle



He added: “This year is a cast of true characters and big personalities. Arlene is like a battery charged with delicious celebrity anecdotes – you just have to touch her and they come flooding out.

“David Ginola is uber competitive. And Frankie Bridge, who is lovely and very mentally strong, became a fast friend.”

Richard had to leave the castle this week due to strict Covid regulations, which he was “gutted” about.

He previously said how ‘gutted’ he was to leave



In an interview with hosts Ant and Dec, he said: “I feel as fit as a fiddle and I am fit as a fiddle. And you know if it wasn’t for Covid I’d be back there sort of eating rice and beans. I had to leave… it’s a Covid situation. It’s still biting our bums isn’t it?

“What happened was, I had just a funny little turn quite sort of late in the morning. ITV are so good with duty of care. They were adamant. They said ‘No, we have to make sure that you’re OK.’ I said, ‘But I am OK.’ They said, ‘We have to make sure.'”

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