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Christopher Biggins has said he believes Matt Hancock will make the last three on ‘I’m A Celeb’ as he gave his take on the latest episode while appearing on Web’s Jungle Confidential.

The 2007 King of the Jungle, 73, shared how he thought the 44-year-old former health secretary’s “charm” won over audiences and the star camp alike.

Matt’s decision to join the Jungle was controversial, with fellow housemates such as Charlene White and Boy George adamantly questioning him about his decision to enter.

Revelations: Christopher Biggins has said he believes Matt Hancock will make the last three on ‘I’m A Celeb’ as he gave his take on the latest episode while appearing on Web’s Jungle Confidential

But Christopher said: “He does everything brilliantly and as much as you may hate him, he’s a player and he does it, he really does it, he gets all the stars.

“He’s feeding the camp, he’s charming and he’s won the camp and I think he’s winning the audience too.

“Originally, people thought it would have been for the best if he went out first. You never want to be the first as it is humiliating.

“And I thought people would want to humiliate him, but no. I think he will get to the last three and last crucial ones as they are the really big stars. Given the way people vote, he could make it into the last three.

Candid: The 2007 king of the jungle, 73, shared how he thought the 44-year-old former health secretary's 'charm' won over audiences and the star camp alike

Candid: The 2007 king of the jungle, 73, shared how he thought the 44-year-old former health secretary’s ‘charm’ won over audiences and the star camp alike

However, he admitted Matt’s performance took the shine off other big celebrities like “funny” Mike Tindall, who he believes doesn’t get as much airtime.

He said: “Having Matt in there makes everyone else stand out and he’s kind of become a star and people like Mike couldn’t show off, apart from wearing budgie smugglers!

“He’s funny enough that I know him and I don’t think his wit got through at all. He’s brilliant. But they’re entirely in the hands of the editors, so we don’t really know what he did. We don’t see the best of him I don’t think.

Shock: Matt's decision to join the Jungle was controversial, with fellow housemates like Charlene White and Boy George adamantly questioning him about his decision to enter

Shock: Matt’s decision to join the Jungle was controversial, with fellow housemates like Charlene White and Boy George adamantly questioning him about his decision to enter

He also addressed the recent sexism controversy that has engulfed the show after Charlene, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver were the first to be eliminated.

He said: “Yes, it is very interesting, the third woman yes. But I can’t believe it’s sexism, I’d be very surprised if it were.

“But it’s strange that none of the men were touched. For example, Matt would have been my first choice.

TV: But Christopher said:

TV: But Christopher said: “He does everything brilliantly and as much as you may hate him, he’s a player and he gives it his all, he really puts in, he gets all the stars.”

“Everybody hates him and nobody wants him around but he was damn good! If he wasn’t him, he would win! If he wins, I’ll eat my computer! He could last to the end!’

Adding that he was surprised the three women had left, he said of Coronation Street star Sue: “I was surprised by that but not by her reaction, who was so absolutely excited that she was leaving.

“But I would have kept her a little longer – she was pretty good. I was surprised by the three women who left. They were great and I would have kept them for much longer.’

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Speaking up: He also addressed the recent sexism spat that engulfed the show after Charlene, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver were eliminated first

As for why he thought Charlene was leaving, he added: “Well, she had a bad day with the process and that didn’t go down well with the public. And because she was a bit opinionated about cooking.”

‘I’m surprised Boy George hasn’t left yet. He’s a force in there and sometimes it’s not a good force, he can be a bit negative and outspoken. The argument with Matt was something very special. He could be the first man to leave.

“It was interesting that he was very upset about talking about his incarceration, but it was a big deal in his career!

“He should have been nicer or said why he did it, I think he was embarrassed. It was wrong that he was mean to Scarlette because of that. I think he’s a diva and it’s his pop career that made him that way. I’m surprised he hasn’t left yet.”

Unexpected: However, he did admit Matt's performance took the shine off other big celebrities like 'funny' Mike Tindall, who he believes doesn't get as much airtime

Unexpected: However, he did admit Matt’s performance took the shine off other big celebrities like ‘funny’ Mike Tindall, who he believes doesn’t get as much airtime

It’s like I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! Fans seem to have had a dramatic change of heart towards Matt as many are now hoping he wins.

The politician received a lot of criticism when it was revealed that he had agreed to become a contestant for this year’s series.

But having weathered the first three eliminations, many viewers now appear to want the controversial MP, who will reportedly pocket £400,000 for the show, to be crowned king of the jungle.

His unpopularity early on in the show was arguably compounded by being picked for six straight bushtucker trials.

Opinions: He added: 'I'm surprised Boy George hasn't left yet.  He's a force in there and sometimes it's not a good force, he can be a bit negative and outspoken.

Opinions: He added: ‘I’m surprised Boy George hasn’t left yet. He’s a force in there and sometimes it’s not a good force, he can be a bit negative and outspoken.

However, viewers now seem to have slacked off on the politician.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote, “Matt Hancock wins love him,” while another added, “Seann, Matt, Jill & Owen for Final 4 would love to see one of them win.”

Several fans simply wrote, “Matt to win,” while another said he was “the best.”

Not all viewers were convinced, however, with one writing: “People who say Matt Hancock wins because he’s ‘humble and kind’ need to keep their heads up”.

Bye: Adding that he was surprised the three women had left, he said of Coronation Street star Sue:

Bye: Adding that he was surprised the three women had left, he said of Coronation Street star Sue: “I was surprised but not by her reaction, who was so absolutely excited that she was leaving.”

Another added: “As weird as Matt Hancock has carried on, I’m a celebrity and all of a sudden people have forgotten everything he’s done to this country and actually want him to win because other camp mates are ‘ mean to him ‘ are, is that real ? You’re joking please’.

Another viewer said: “If Matt Hancock wins I’m a celebrity I’ll write a complaint email to Ofcom.”

Matt was forced to resign as Health Secretary last June after CCTV images showed him embracing his married lover Gina Coladangelo, 44, at the Health Ministry during the height of the pandemic.

But speaking to a business podcast in February, he said the relationship started “quite quickly” after legal social distancing restrictions were lifted and replaced with guidance.

Speaking to The Diary of a CEO Podcast, Matt said he “fell in love” with Coladangelo after bringing her to work with him.

He told Dragons’ Den podcast host, entrepreneur and investor Steven Bartlett: “It actually happened after the rules were lifted, but the guidance was still in effect. I resigned because up until then I had been violating social distancing guidelines.

“Those weren’t really rules. They weren’t the law. But that is not the point. The point is they were the guidelines I had suggested. And that happened because I fell in love with someone.”

Controversial: The politician received a lot of criticism when it was revealed that he had agreed to become a contestant for this year's series

Controversial: The politician received a lot of criticism when it was revealed that he had agreed to become a contestant for this year’s series

People had to stay two meters away from anyone outside of their household or bladder under guidance at the time.

Stressing that his relationship with Miss Coladangelo was serious, Matt said he hated that some had “kind of got the impression it was like that [casual sex]’.

The father-of-three expressed regret at the pain the affair caused after it sparked the collapse of his 15-year marriage to wife Martha to be with Miss Coladangelo – who was also married and had three children .

He added that he has known Miss Coladangelo “for more than half of my life” since they first worked together on Oxford University student radio.

He took her to the health department for help with “public communications.”

Matt said: “We ironically spent a lot of time together trying to get me to communicate in a more emotionally intelligent way.

“And we fell in love. And that was something completely out of my control.’

He also admitted the government knew some measures it had taken during the pandemic were “very harmful”.

Quit: Matt was forced to resign as Health Secretary last June after CCTV images showed him embracing with his married lover Gina Coladangelo (pictured) at the Health Ministry during the height of the pandemic

Quit: Matt was forced to resign as Health Secretary last June after CCTV images showed him embracing with his married lover Gina Coladangelo (pictured) at the Health Ministry during the height of the pandemic

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