I’m A Celeb fans divided over Seann Walsh’s campmate reunion amid feud

I'm a Celeb: Seann Walsh quips about Matt Hancock

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Seann Walsh posted a photo of the group grinning broadly while sharing drinks, but fans were puzzled, as many reflected on the feud between Boy George and Matt Hancock in camp. Some viewers also questioned the morality of being seen socialising with Matt after the former Health Secretary was forced to resign last year for breaking his own social distancing rules. Though he begged for forgiveness on the show, many are still fuming – and Boy George was one of them, as he threatened to quit the show when the politician entered camp as a late arrival.

To top it all off, Seann publicly made a joke about Matt being a “c***” recently – but even that didn’t seem to stop them socialising together voluntarily, without contractual obligations or large sums of money on offer to sway their judgement.

Seann shared the snap of the group outing with his 194,000 followers, admitting: ” This will never be normal!!! Campmates reunited.”

Boy George chimed in on his post: “The comedy was just endless and Sean Walsh has a proper job that he is f***ing amazing at!”

Seann responded with a cry of “Love you”, while fans were astonished at the happy reunion they were witnessing between the previously fraught group.

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@woodenbin wrote incredulously: “Boy George having a pint with Matt Hancock?”

@sean.insideout then chimed in: “Choosing to spend time with Matt? Surely life’s not that bad my man.”

@kerrie_yas_ took a more stern tone, exclaiming: “Just a cozy drink with someone who is to blame for 100s dying. Nice.”

Tensions are still running high over Matt enforcing strict lockdown rules for the country which meant that people could not hug at the funerals of family members, or rush to the bedside of a dying loved one.

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It added insult to injury for many when they spotted the now infamous footage of Matt kissing his aide Gina, thus breaking his own restrictions.

In the aftermath, Matt left his wife of 15 years and began a relationship with his new flame, who is pictured in the photos alongside Seann, Boy George and the rest of the crowd.

Yet not everyone was holding a grudge against Matt, who had been nominated for trial after trial during his tense time in the jungle.

@amandaabrahim96 exclaimed: “All these people saying they can’t believe boy George is out with Matt and that they can’t believe they’re socialising with Matt but 1: does it matter to you? And 2: they’re probably there supporting their friend?! If someone meant something to you, you’d go support so matter what.”


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However, @dantay733 fired back: “Yes it does matter. Have you ever watched a friend’s funeral on Skype?”

Matt also shared an image from their night out on social media, revealing to his 129,000 followers where the meet-up had taken place.

“Hilarious evening watching @seannwalsh’s brilliant show ‘Seann Walsh Is Dead. Happy Now?” he wrote.

He then added jokily: “Funny who you bump into! @boygeorgeofficial.”

Boy George had initially not been welcoming of Matt, admitting he had the desire to walk out when the latecomer joined the campmates in the jungle.

He revealed that his mother had been struggling in a Greenwich hospital during the pandemic, compelling him to send panicked tweets out begging them to “look after” her.

George added that if his mum had died during lockdown, he would have walked out straight after Matt Hancock’s arrival.

“I feel like I don’t want to be sitting here like I’m having fun with [him under those circumstances]. It’s difficult for me,” he’d huffed angrily at the time.

Now, however, it seems that all may have been forgiven and forgotten, after the group were seen spreading some festive cheer.

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