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I’m A Celebrity Star In Death Horror

by | 4th, December 2009

tick-im-a-celebrityTHE real stars of I’m A Celebrity are the bugs, the insects that are made to touch celebrity flesh and forced to endure showbiz teeth without the aid of sunglasses. You want to know why ANT ‘n’ Dec got the job? It’s all to do with dimensions and the dumb luck of a birth certificate.

But Chris Packham is unimpressed. Packham hosts Autumnwatch, a show brought to you live from a hut by a tree, in which you can hear and see Packham and other BBC employees watching British wildlife in the wild in the manner of pre-war school teachers examining a banana.

“I’ve seen spiders with plugs on their fangs. It’s not going to do them any good.”

Those plugs contain a bleaching agent.You want to get on in telly? Get the teeth. Reuse the plugs on your head.

“And who wants to be in a tank full of water with Jordan writhing around on you?”

Peter Andre?

Why, after X-amount of series, are they abusing cockroaches? Cockroaches should be championed, not stamped all over. They’re one of the most successful animals on earth.”

So successful are cockroaches that they can be out manoeuvred by first reserve This Morning chef Gino In Da Campo and Hollyoaks actor Stuart Manning. Success is relative. Do cockroaches have their own TV show or range of signature scents?

ITV said last night they have had more than 40 complaints about cruelty to insects.

You give a cockroach a phone…

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