I’m A Celeb: Scarlette Douglas praises Matt Hancock’s ‘drive’ but admits they won’t be ‘best mates’

‘I like his get up and go’: Scarlette Douglas praises Matt Hancock’s ‘drive’ and says they ‘got on’ but admits they won’t be ‘best mates’ on the outside of I’m A Celebrity

She was the second campmate to be evicted from the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here camp during Sunday’s episode of the show. 

And Scarlette Douglas has now made her true feelings on the campmates known as she appeared on Monday’s Good Morning Britain

The property expert, 35, praised Matt Hancock and said that he had ‘drive’ and willingness to try anything.

Having her say: Scarlette Douglas has now made her true feelings on the campmates known as she appeared on Monday's Good Morning Britain after being voted out of I'm A Celebrity

Having her say: Scarlette Douglas has now made her true feelings on the campmates known as she appeared on Monday’s Good Morning Britain after being voted out of I’m A Celebrity

But she added that they got on for the sake of the camp and that on the outside they probably wouldn’t be ‘best mates’.

When asked if she liked Matt, Scarlette replied: ‘In the jungle, we will get on but it doesn’t mean that on the outside we’ll be best mates at all but in here we’ll just work together as a team and that’s all we can do.

‘I like his get up and go, I like the fact that he has drive, I like that he is determined. I like that he won’t give up anything and those attributes I like in general.

Praise: The property expert, 35, praised Matt Hancock and said that he had 'drive' and willingness to try anything

Praise: The property expert, 35, praised Matt Hancock and said that he had ‘drive’ and willingness to try anything

‘So 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 was involved in everything but for me, it was just that I want to make sure as a camp we all get on.’

Host Richard Arnold added: ‘The boy can slide, who knew!?, referencing Scarlette teaching the MP how to Electric Slide.

Scarlette hilariously quipped: ‘No he can’t slide! He can try, I’m gonna say that much but he definitely gave it his best shot.

‘I think Matt did that through everything in the jungle, he just tried. He never shied away from anything so when I taught him the Electric Slide, it was more like a line dance when he did it but he still gave it his best shot, we had a laugh!’

Elsewhere in the interview, Scarlette was asked about her questioning of Boy George surrounding his past conviction of assault and false imprisonment in 2009.

Scarlett confessed: ‘I’m gonna be honest, I genuinely didn’t know [about Boy George’s previous allegations].

Grilling: Elsewhere in the interview, Scarlette was asked about her questioning of Boy George surrounding his past conviction of assault and false imprisonment in 2009

Grilling: Elsewhere in the interview, Scarlette was asked about her questioning of Boy George surrounding his past conviction of assault and false imprisonment in 2009

‘When he actually told me, I was quite shocked and I obviously wanted to delve deeper but he pretty much just shut it down and moved on.

‘Of course, it’s his story to tell, it’s not mine. So if he doesn’t want to talk about it, that’s for him.’ 

But Scarlette had nothing but praise for her ‘brother’ Babatunde Aleshe, saying she backed him to be crowed King of the Jungle.

She said: ‘Of course I want Babatunde to win, he’s like my brother now!’ 

'Brother': But Scarlette had nothing but praise for her 'brother' Babatunde Aleshe, saying she backed him to be crowed King of the Jungle

‘Brother’: But Scarlette had nothing but praise for her ‘brother’ Babatunde Aleshe, saying she backed him to be crowed King of the Jungle

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