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I'm A Celebrity fans slam Boy George for throwing his drink up when Jill Scott was crowned Queen

I’m a Celebrity fans criticized Boy George for trying to draw attention to himself when Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle.

The singer, 61, sat with his former camp mates in the studio as they watched hosts Ant and Dec reveal the winner of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! 2022.

But viewers noted that the special moment for the Lioness was a time when he took ‘the spotlight’ for himself, they say by tossing his drink into the air as Jill received her title of Queen.

‘Seeking attention’: I’m A Celebrity fans slammed Boy George for trying to draw attention to himself when Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle

George, sitting in the center of the top row of celebrities, donned a bold red hat and raised his glass as the good news was revealed.

Then he seemed to toss the drink into the air in glee for Jill.

Some fans didn’t take well to the Karma Chameleon singer’s celebratory move.

One wrote on Twitter: “Boy George spilling his drink on himself because the attention is on someone else.”

Celebration: The Singer, 61, Sat With His Fellow Campers In The Studio As They Watched Hosts Ant And Dec Reveal The Winner Of I'M A Celebrity...get Me Out Of Here!  2022

Celebration: The singer, 61, sat with his fellow campers in the studio as they watched hosts Ant and Dec reveal the winner of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! 2022

Another said: ‘Boy George wants to be the center of attention by spilling his drink.’

Similarly, someone else wrote: “Every celebrity was looking at Jill… except Boy George, he was looking for the camera pointed at him.” Urgh. Well done, Jill.

Another quipped: ‘Boy George trying to make it up to him by spilling his drink?’

Earlier in the week, George he became the first I’m A Celebrity campmate to decline post-exit interviews from the show.

The singer, real name George O’Dowd, spoke to Ant McPartlin, 47, and Declan Donnelly, 46, after he became the fourth celebrity to be kicked off the show on Tuesday night, but did not make the Usual daytime TV slots in the morning. after.

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Not Happy: But Viewers Noted That The Special Moment For The Lioness Was A Time When He Took 'The Spotlight' For Himself, They Say, Tossing His Drink Into The Air As Jill Was Handed Her Crown

Not happy: But viewers noted that the special moment for the Lioness was a time when he took ‘the spotlight’ for himself, they say, tossing his drink into the air as Jill was handed her crown

Scarlette Douglas, 35, and Sue Cleaver, 59, appeared on Good Morning Britain from Australia and Charlene White, 42, spoke to her co-hosts in the Loose Women studio.

Not long after, George was refused permission to fly back to the UK from Australia after the nostalgic star demanded an exemption from the I’m A Celeb finale.

The diva singer was ‘desperate’ to go home, but is contractually bound to stay in Australia until the ITV series ends.

Sources close to the Karma Chameleon star told MailOnline: “She wanted to go home straight away, she doesn’t want to stay.”

Fourth Out: Boy George Denied Permission To Fly Back To The Uk From Australia After The Nostalgic Star Demanded An Exemption From The I'M A Celeb Final

Fourth out: Boy George denied permission to fly back to the UK from Australia after the nostalgic star demanded an exemption from the I’m A Celeb final

They continued: ‘If he had his way, he’d already be on a plane, but he wasn’t allowed to do that.

“Her goal in going into the jungle was for the world to see her naked version, without hair, makeup, costumes or hats; in reality, she didn’t care how far she went in the competition.

“The fact that he has to stay in Australia for days now is a pain for him, he’s not worried about staying for the final, but that’s what he has to do.”

“She’s traveled the world for her entire career and has seen Australia before, so there’s really no reason for her to be here, especially since she’s not worried about catching up with her co-stars from the other side.”

In Sunday night’s finale, Jill Scott roared to victory as the former Lioness was crowned Queen of the Jungle after winning I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!

The 35-year-old sports star beat politician Matt Hancock, 44, and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, in the grand final on Sunday night after surviving 23 days in the Australian camp.

After congratulating the former midfielder on her win, Mike Tindall did the honors by placing the floral wreath on Jill’s head as she sat triumphantly on the wooden throne before embracing fiancee Shelly Unitt on the bridge.

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