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I’m A Celebrity 2021: Naughty Boy becomes fourth campmate to bid farewell to Gwrych Castle

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Naughty Boy became the fourth campmate sent packing on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here as he failed to survive the public vote on Wednesday.

The DJ, 40, received the fewest votes from viewers after landing in the bottom two alongside Adam Woodyatt. 

The record producer remained upbeat about his elimination, saying: ‘I can speak to my mum. It’s been a pleasure, honestly.’ 

End of the road: Naughty Boy became the fourth campmate sent packing on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here as he failed to survive the public vote on Wednesday

Earlier in the episode, Adam Woodyatt was left unimpressed with Naughty Boy after he slept in and missed his chores duties.

As Louise Minchin celebrated sleeping in the Leaders’ bed Naughty Boy said: ‘The door to go to the toilet is right in front of my bed, it doesn’t close properly and it was freezing last night.’

He added to David Ginola: ‘It’s not fair. I need to have some rest.’

Adam did the chores without him and said: ‘I got up this morning. I think I was first one up. I’m on cleaning duty – I share with Naughty; except he was in bed. I just cracked on and did everything except the privy.’ 

Not happy: Adam Woodyatt was left unimpressed with Naughty Boy after he slept in and missed his chores duties

Not happy: Adam Woodyatt was left unimpressed with Naughty Boy after he slept in and missed his chores duties 

Adam said: ‘Seriously, Naughty’s going to wake up and there’s going to be nothing for him to do. He might as well stay in bed all day. Oh, he is…’

Snoochie Shy said in the Telegraph: ‘Adam today has turned into ‘Chore Man.’ He’s kind of like ‘Adam Poppins’, doing everything.’

Adam admitted in the Telegraph: ‘Being in here, it does magnify things. It does affect your reactions to things and simple tasks. Especially when the person you’re supposed to be doing them with is in bed.’

Naughty Boy said: 'The door to go to the toilet is right in front of my bed, it doesn't close properly and it was freezing last night'

Naughty Boy said: ‘The door to go to the toilet is right in front of my bed, it doesn’t close properly and it was freezing last night’

When Naughty Boy woke, Adam said: ‘Afternoon!’ He then told Naughty Boy he’d done all of the chores apart from the privy.

Naughty Boy explained he hadn’t slept well and said: ‘It’s not the end of the world, Adam.’

Meanwhile in camp, Adam and Naughty Boy made up.

Adam said: ‘I cracked on and did all the chores without giving you a chance. I’m very much a do-er and I think you’re very much a sleeper.’

Chores: Adam did the chores without him and said: 'I got up this morning. I think I was first one up. I'm on cleaning duty – I share with Naughty; except he was in bed'

Chores: Adam did the chores without him and said: ‘I got up this morning. I think I was first one up. I’m on cleaning duty – I share with Naughty; except he was in bed’

Adam admitted: 'Being in here, it does magnify things. It does affect your reactions to things and simple tasks. Especially when the person you're supposed to be doing them with is in bed'

Adam admitted: ‘Being in here, it does magnify things. It does affect your reactions to things and simple tasks. Especially when the person you’re supposed to be doing them with is in bed’

Naughty Boy replied: ‘Not really. I didn’t have a good sleep. I don’t know if you were listening to me. I didn’t sleep well, that’s why I was up late. 

‘It’s not necessarily about you doing the chores, you like doing chores, you made me feel bad about not doing them.’

Adam said: ‘I didn’t mean to make you feel bad.’

Naughty Boy said: ‘It’s fine.’ 

Adam said: ‘Start again?’ and they first bumped. 

Blast from the past: Naughty Boy reminisced about working with pop legend Beyoncé

Blast from the past: Naughty Boy reminisced about working with pop legend Beyoncé

Later, Naughty Boy reminisced about working with pop legend Beyoncé on his 2015 track Runnin’ (Lose It All).

The record producer explained by he met her while out in the lavish Los Angeles neighbourhood of Beverly Hills, with the pair bonding after he spotted her and husband Jay-Z, 52, playing Backgammon.

He later got a call from the singer, 40, when she called on him to collaborate on one of his records.

The DJ told his campmates: ‘I’d met her in Beverly Hills – and Jay-Z… I think they were playing Backgammon. 

Meeting: The record producer explained by he met her while out in the lavish Los Angeles neighbourhood of Beverly Hills, with the pair bonding after he spotted her and husband Jay-Z, 52, playing Backgammon

Meeting: The record producer explained by he met her while out in the lavish Los Angeles neighbourhood of Beverly Hills, with the pair bonding after he spotted her and husband Jay-Z, 52, playing Backgammon

‘Fast forward about 5/6 months, she wanted to speak to me. She got my number from the label and called me.’

He admitted: ‘Obviously I didn’t believe it. But this is why she’s a Queen. She wanted to speak to me [directly].’

Naughty Boy, real name Shahid Khan, continued: ‘My friend was driving, we stopped at a service station because I had the call come in. It was her, it was the Queen, Queen B.

‘After the call I was just like, “Store this number!” I saved it as “Queen B”. She’s so caring and so exactly what you’d expect her to be. No diva-ness.’  

Telling the tale: The record producer, 40, explained by he met her while out in Beverly Hills, with the pair bonding after he spotted her and husband Jay-Z, 52, playing Backgammon

Telling the tale: The record producer, 40, explained by he met her while out in Beverly Hills, with the pair bonding after he spotted her and husband Jay-Z, 52, playing Backgammon

Elsewhere, David was left unimpressed as he missed out on receiving a letter from home for the second time on Wednesday’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The former footballer, 54, proclaimed ‘it’s a bloody joke’ after Danny Miller broke the news to him he would not be getting a letter.

Simon Gregson and Louise Minchin opted to try and win letters from home over bread and butter.

Tough: David Ginola was left unimpressed as he missed out on receiving a letter from home for the second time

Tough: David Ginola was left unimpressed as he missed out on receiving a letter from home for the second time

Camp was asked: ‘How many stars have the camp won since being reunited: A.94 B.90?

Louise said to Simon: ‘They’ll work that out, 100% they’ll have worked it out. I’d go for 94 I think.’

Meanwhile in camp, unable to come to a decision, Danny said: ‘I think it’s a coin toss.’

Using a seal from a used scroll as a coin, they flipped it, went for 90 and got it wrong.

Missed out: The former footballer, 54, proclaimed 'it's a bloody joke' after Danny Miller broke the news to him he would not be getting a letter

Missed out: The former footballer, 54, proclaimed ‘it’s a bloody joke’ after Danny Miller broke the news to him he would not be getting a letter

When Kiosk Cledwyn slammed his shoppe, Simon said: ‘This is rubbish! Poor David and Adam. Adam would have loved a letter as well.’

Back in camp Adam Woodyatt said: ‘My kids are 24 and 27 so I think it would mean a lot more to David getting a letter with something telling him how his 3-year-old daughter’s getting on. 

‘Yes, it would be nice to have the letter from them, but I don’t need a letter to know they love me.’

Realising David had been asleep and so wouldn’t know he’d missed out, Louise said: ‘Shall we just not mention it?’

Task: Simon Gregson and Louise Minchin opted to try and win letters from home over bread and butter

Task: Simon Gregson and Louise Minchin opted to try and win letters from home over bread and butter

Adam said: ‘Agreed.’

However, Danny had a change of heart about keeping the letter loss a secret from David.

He told Louise: ‘The more I think about it, if I say it to him as a mate-y thing and then it’s done. I’ll find a way to say it right to him. I think I’ll be alright. I’m hoping he’ll just be like, ‘I’m not bothered.’

Danny told David: ‘I just need to be honest with you, this afternoon, the challenge, we lost it and didn’t get anything. One of them was letters from home.’

Chat: Danny told David: 'I just need to be honest with you, this afternoon, the challenge, we lost it and didn't get anything. One of them was letters from home'

Chat: Danny told David: ‘I just need to be honest with you, this afternoon, the challenge, we lost it and didn’t get anything. One of them was letters from home’

David asked: ‘What? My letter?’

Danny admitted: ‘Yours and Adam’s. But we lost both of them because we didn’t get the answer right.’

David in the Telegraph admitted: ‘Once again I don’t have my letter. That letter from my girlfriend would have boosted me a lot.’

To Adam, David said: ‘It’s a bloody joke.’

Danny said: ‘I thought you’d appreciate the truth,’ to which David said: ‘I can’t blame anyone.’

Pals: The pair later made up and fist bumped with Adam saying: 'I didn't mean to make you feel bad'

Pals: The pair later made up and fist bumped with Adam saying: ‘I didn’t mean to make you feel bad’

Meanwhile, Danny and Simon successfully collected seven stars during their Grotty Grotto ‘festive’ themed trial.

The soap stars were no doubt delighted with their efforts as they returned to camp with seven out of the total eight stars available to exchange for their evening meal.

Ahead of the trial, Emmerdale actor Danny nominated himself to take part, while Coronation Street star Simon was picked out of a hat by camp.  

Smashed it! Danny and Simon successfully collected seven stars during their Grotty Grotto 'festive' themed trial

Smashed it! Danny and Simon successfully collected seven stars during their Grotty Grotto ‘festive’ themed trial

In order to bag stars for camp, they had to chew on fish eyes, submerge their heads in fermented eggnog and put them inside insect-infested boxes.

Arriving at the Christmas-themed Trial, presenter Ant McPartlin asked: ‘What have you asked Santa for?’

Danny said: ‘Anything that doesn’t involve what I can already see in those boxes.’

Declan Donelly told them: ‘Santa Cledwyn has been very busy with his naughty little elves, putting together a Trial for you.’

Winner, winner! The soap stars were no doubt delighted with their efforts as they returned to camp with seven out of the total eight stars available to exchange for their evening meal

Winner, winner! The soap stars were no doubt delighted with their efforts as they returned to camp with seven out of the total eight stars available to exchange for their evening meal

Santa's grotto: Ahead of the trial, Emmerdale actor Danny nominated himself to take part, while Coronation Street star Simon was picked out of a hat by camp

Santa’s grotto: Ahead of the trial, Emmerdale actor Danny nominated himself to take part, while Coronation Street star Simon was picked out of a hat by camp

They were told there would be four rounds, with two stars up for grabs in each.

Ant explained that one of them could stop the Trial and forfeit their stars, but the other person could carry on if they wanted to.

In the first round, they had to rummage around in Santa’s sacks: one was a sack of rotten veg and the other a sack of fermented eggnog. They could only retrieve the stars using their mouths. They didn’t know which one the star was in.

As they rummaged around, Ant and Dec encouraged them to move between the sacks. Despite still looking, Simon suddenly announced he’d already found one star and had spat it on the floor.

Ew! In order to bag stars for camp, they had to chew on fish eyes, submerge their heads in fermented eggnog and put them inside insect-infested boxes

Ew! In order to bag stars for camp, they had to chew on fish eyes, submerge their heads in fermented eggnog and put them inside insect-infested boxes

What's the deal? Arriving at the Christmas-themed Trial, presenter Ant McPartlin asked: 'What have you asked Santa for?'

What’s the deal? Arriving at the Christmas-themed Trial, presenter Ant McPartlin asked: ‘What have you asked Santa for?’

No thanks! Danny said: 'Anything that doesn't involve what I can already see in those boxes'

No thanks! Danny said: ‘Anything that doesn’t involve what I can already see in those boxes’

In fits of giggles, Ant and Dec told Simon to stop looking, that was the only star, but he kept going.

When Ant and Dec said they didn’t realise he’d found the star and asked Simon why he didn’t say, Simon hilariously yelled: ‘You’ve got cameras!’

Dec laughed: ‘You never said, ‘I’ve got the star.’

Next up, the pair had to put their heads inside boxes and use their mouths to remove the stars from the thread. The second celebrity couldn’t start until the first had finished.

Naughty, or nice? Declan Donelly told them: 'Santa Cledwyn has been very busy with his naughty little elves, putting together a Trial for you'

Naughty, or nice? Declan Donelly told them: ‘Santa Cledwyn has been very busy with his naughty little elves, putting together a Trial for you’

Up for grabs: They were told there would be four rounds, with two stars up for grabs in each

Up for grabs: They were told there would be four rounds, with two stars up for grabs in each

Your choice: Ant explained that one of them could stop the Trial and forfeit their stars, but the other person could carry on if they wanted to

Your choice: Ant explained that one of them could stop the Trial and forfeit their stars, but the other person could carry on if they wanted to

In one box were rainbow crabs, in the other were whip scorpions and giant stick insects.

Simon opted to go first and said: ‘I’m quick with my tongue!’

Dec laughed as Simon’s box steamed up: ‘He’s so hot he’s steaming up the windows.’

Next up, they had to decorate Cledwyn’s Christmas tree.

In the first round, they had to rummage around in Santa's sacks: one was a sack of rotten veg and the other a sack of fermented eggnog. They could only retrieve the stars using their mouths. They didn't know which one the star was in

In the first round, they had to rummage around in Santa’s sacks: one was a sack of rotten veg and the other a sack of fermented eggnog. They could only retrieve the stars using their mouths. They didn’t know which one the star was in

He's done it! As they rummaged around, Ant and Dec encouraged them to move between the sacks. Despite still looking, Simon suddenly announced he'd already found one star and had spat it on the floor

He’s done it! As they rummaged around, Ant and Dec encouraged them to move between the sacks. Despite still looking, Simon suddenly announced he’d already found one star and had spat it on the floor

Decorations were hidden inside big presents. When they looked inside there were glass boxes with snakes and decorations inside.

Simon and Danny are told: ‘If Cledwyn likes it, you’ll get 2 thumbs up and 2 stars.’

Cledwyn did give two thumbs up and they won two stars.

In the final challenge, they faced mince pies with raw fish eyes inside. They were told they had to pop the eyes in their mouths, collect the juice in a sherry glass and then drink the full glass for a star each.

Ha! In fits of giggles, Ant and Dec told Simon to stop looking, that was the only star, but he kept going

Ha! In fits of giggles, Ant and Dec told Simon to stop looking, that was the only star, but he kept going

Simon told Ant and Dec: ‘Never again. Never again.’

Danny admitted: ‘I feel a bit queasy.’

They cheered and said ‘Merry Christmas’ before both completed it. They therefore earned 7 out of 8 stars for camp.

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