ITV I’m A Celebrity hit by ‘racism’ row as second celebrity evicted from jungle


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I’m A Celebrity has been hit by a ‘racism’ row after Scarlette Douglas was announced to be the second celebrity leaving the jungle. The A Place In The Sun presenter burst into tears after she was told by Ant and Dec she had received the fewest votes from members of the public on Sunday night (November 20).

She was revealed to be in the bottom two with comedian Babatunde Aleshe. Scarlette, who said she was “gutted” to leave so early, was the second celebrity to exit the hit ITV show after Charlene White’s elimination on Friday night when she had spent 14 days in camp.

The votes have led to claims of racism. Razi Sheikh said: “Babatunde next out then all the black contestants have gone first…Whats happening to Britain.”

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Julie Carr commented: “First Charlene, tonight between Scarlette and Babatunde….anyone spot a pattern here..it’s sickening to watch honestly and happens so much on these shows..the great British public showing its true colours…”

Cfc Lincoln wrote: “I swear if babatunde goes tomorrow its racially motivated.” Gea Perkins echoed: “If Babatunde out tomorrow, we all know what’s happening.”

(Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

@sisijemimah added: “#ImACeleb Scarlette and Babatunde in bottom two?? Y’all really chose to save useless Chris, problematic Boy George and annoying Matt over those two? I can understand Charlene but Baba & Scarlette? Britain isn’t racist right?”

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