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I’m A Celebrity Eats The X Factor: James Arthur Disappears Up His Own Bum Hole

by | 21st, November 2013

Matthew-Wright

 

Mic Wright’s Remotely Furious

HOW much money do I have to pay to have Matthew Wright change his name? I will take out a mortgage/sell a kidney/assassinate a foreign leader to make the cash required. The blubbering ballache is ruining this year’s I’m A Celebrit y by becoming the go-to-guy for Bushtucker trials because he cries about everything. He’s a towering arsehole on his own talk show but obviously that bitchy veneer is just that: a thin layer of toughness masking a blancmange of bawling.

Still, regardless of Wright bringing shame on our shared name I’m A Celebrity continues to be one of the most entertaining and best produced shows on television. It’s the argument for an Ant & Dec channel showing old episodes of SM:TV LIVE and CD:UK alongside I’m A Celeb reruns. The decades that the pair have spent together have made Ant and Dec an incredible presenting pair. They make it look easy but what they do is actually pretty hard live and on national television they joke, laugh and banter with consummate professionalism.

While my love for Ant & Dec knows no bounds, my distaste for Wright only grows. When the battle is Matthew Wright versus a scorpion, I am 100% TEAM SCORPION. Every year I’m A Celeb has a snivelling villain contestant for whom publicly sympathy rapidly dissolves. Wright is this year’s most pathetic celeb. Thank god then for the joyful stupidity of Joey Essex, the ridiculous positivity and dancing of Alfonso Carlton from The Fresh Prince

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