Christopher Biggins says he thinks Matt Hancock will make it to the final three

‘He’s charming and is winning over audiences!’ Christopher Biggins says he thinks Matt Hancock will make it to the final three on I’m A Celeb as he joins Jungle Confidential

Christopher Biggins has said he thinks that Matt Hancock will make it to the final three in I’m A Celeb as he gave his take on the latest episode while appearing on MailOnline’s Jungle Confidential.

The 2007 King of The Jungle, 73, told how he thought the 44-year-old former Health Secretary’s ‘charm’ was winning over audiences and the camp of stars as well.

Matt’s decision to join the jungle has been controversial, with his fellow campmates like Charlene White and Boy George relentlessly grilling him on his choice to enter.  

Revelations: Christopher Biggins has said he thinks that Matt Hancock will make it to the final three in I'm A Celeb as he gave his take on the latest episode while appearing on MailOnline's Jungle Confidential

Revelations: Christopher Biggins has said he thinks that Matt Hancock will make it to the final three in I’m A Celeb as he gave his take on the latest episode while appearing on MailOnline’s Jungle Confidential

But Christopher said: ‘He’s doing everything brilliantly and however much you may hate him he is a player and he goes for it, he really does go for it he gets all the stars.

‘He feeds the camp, he’s charming and has won over the camp and I think is winning the audience over too. 

‘Originally people thought the best thing would have been if he was first to go out. You never want to be first out as it’s humiliating.

‘And I thought people would want to humiliate him but no. I think he will go to the last three and last pivotal as they are the real big stars. He could make it to the final three given the way people are voting.’ 

Candid: The 2007 King of The Jungle, 73, told how he thought the 44-year-old former Health Secretary's 'charm' was winning over audiences and the camp of stars as well

Candid: The 2007 King of The Jungle, 73, told how he thought the 44-year-old former Health Secretary’s ‘charm’ was winning over audiences and the camp of stars as well

However he admitted that Matt’s entrance has taken the shine off of other big celebrities in there like ‘funny’ Mike Tindall who he believes isn’t getting as much air time. 

He said: ‘Having Matt in there takes away from everybody else and he has sort of become the star and people like Mike haven’t been able to show themselves apart from wearing budgie smugglers!  

‘He is so funny I know him and I don’t think his funniness has come through at all. He’s brilliant. But you are completely at the hands of the editors so we don’t really know what he’s been doing. We aren’t seeing the best of him I don’t think.’ 

Shock: Matt's decision to join the jungle has been controversial, with his fellow campmates like Charlene White and Boy George relentlessly grilling him on his choice to enter

Shock: Matt’s decision to join the jungle has been controversial, with his fellow campmates like Charlene White and Boy George relentlessly grilling him on his choice to enter

He also touched on the recent sexism row that engulfed the show, after Charlene, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver were first to be eliminated.

He said: ‘Yes it’s very interesting, the third woman yes. But I can’t think it’s sexism I would be very surprised if it was. 

‘But it is odd that none of the men have been touched. For instance Matt would have been my choice to go first.

‘Everyone hates him and no one wants him to be there but he’s been bloody good! If he wasn’t him he would win! If he wins I’ll eat my computer! He could go right through to the end!’

He added that he was surprised that the three women had gone, saying of Coronation Street star Sue: ‘I was surprised at that but not by her reaction such was absolute excitement that she was going. 

‘But I would have kept her in a bit longer – she has been rather good. I have been surprised by the three women that have gone. They were great and I would have kept them in much longer.’

On why he thought Charlene went he added: ‘Well she had a bad day with the trial and that went down badly with the public. And because she was a bit bossy with cooking.’

‘I’m surprised Boy George hasn’t gone yet. He is 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 quite something. He could be the first man to go.

‘It was interesting that he was very annoyed talking about his imprisonment, but it was a big thing in his career! 

‘He should have been nicer about it or said why he did it I think he was embarrassed. It was wrong he was mean to Scarlette about it. I think he’s a diva and that is his pop career that has made him like that. I’m surprised he hasn’t gone yet.’ 

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