I’m A Celeb’s Matt Hancock promised campmates drinks at House of Commons after show

Matt Hancock has apparently arranged a boozy night at the House of Commons for his I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! comrades.

Scarlette Douglas, who was evicted from the Australian jungle earlier this week, revealed the information when she appeared on Capital XTRA Breakfast.

Speaking to co-hosts Robert Bruce and Shayna Marie, the 35 year old was asked if she believes anyone from this year's cast "will talk to, hang out with [or] be friends with" the politician, 44, once the show wraps up.

"No!" she laughed, before treading back with: "No, wait that's a lie.

"He promised us that we could all go for drinks at the House of Commons. So I think we'll be friends with him until that moment and then I'm not sure after that," Scarlette added.

Further along, the secret tea-chugger also weighed in on who she considered to be the "least genuine" of her co-stars.

After confirming it had to be Matt, the A Place in the Sun presenter explained: "He came in saying that he wanted forgiveness […] and then we found out that he has so many things happening when he gets out."

This follows Scarlette's appearance on Good Morning Britain the day after she left the jungle.

On her first encounter with Matt, she told Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid: "For me, when Matt came in I said, 'You know, there are a lot of things you've done that people aren't happy with and you have to understand that emotions are going to be running high in camp and you have to get why that is'.

"'So in the jungle, we will get on but it doesn't meant that outside we're gonna be best mates at all,'" she warned. "'But in here we'll just work together as a team and that's all we can do. That's the most important thing.'"

Put on the spot by Richard, he then asked: "Did you like him?"

"I like his get up and go," Scarlette expertly swerved. "I like the fact that he has drive. I like that he's determined. I like that he won't give up on anything. Those attributes I like in general.

"Do I like Matt Hancock specifically? I don't think I had enough time to really get to know him because when he came in he was trying to win us all over. He was doing his best to make sure he's involved in everything but for me it was just I want to make sure as a camp we all get on."


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