I'm A Celebrity viewers have hit out at show bosses after claiming Naughty Boy was given the "easiest ever" trial after he threatened to quit the show.

Naughty Boy won all 11 stars in the Creepy Closets trial on Friday night and decided he had a change of heart about leaving.

It prompted fans to claim on social media the challenge was "fixed" in order to persuade the music producer to stay.

One viewer said: "I feel like this trial was “dumbed down” to naughty boys level… just seems so easy."

Someone else wrote: "Is it just me or naughty boys trial was the easiest trial ever??"

Naughty Boy won all 11 stars in the Creepy Closets trial (

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A third wrote: "Why did they give naughty boy a children’s trial? I’m fed up now"

A fourth added: "Not them giving Naughty Boy the easiest trial so he won’t go home."

Prior to the challenge, Naughty Boy was mocked by hosts Ant and Dec for threatening to leave.

But the presenting duo look puzzled as he breezed through the challenge while not picking up on their hints.

Naughty Boy had to find the stars hidden among clothes, as fish guts and offal rained down on him.

Danny Miller asked him whether his success in the challenge meant he was staying.

Naughty Boy then insisted: "Of course, I can't leave after getting 11 stars."

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Hours before he told Snoochie, Matty and Danny his time was “done”.

He said he wanted to make his final night on the ITV show “special”.

In the episode Dec appeared to mock earlier reports that three I'm A Celebrity stars were at risk of quitting the series, as he teased a mass "walkout" on the show on Friday.

The host "alarmed" his co-presenter Ant McPartlin in a jokey segment, as he claimed three stars had "walked out of camp".

It came just hours after reports claimed that ITV bosses were worried about three campmates quitting the show including Naughty Boy, following the departure of Richard Madeley this week.

After feeling unwell overnight, the decision was made to take the Good Morning Britain host to hospital as a precaution.

Before the task Naughty Boy told Snoochie, Matty and Danny his time was 'done' (

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But due to the strict Covid regulations and rules with the ITV series, Richard is now not able to return.

According to The Sun, there has since been concern for Arlene Phillips, Frankie Bridge and Naughty Boy, with them all said to have sought medical treatment while in Gwrych Castle.

Former Strictly judge Arlene is said to be on pain killers for 'chronic pain', while Frankie apparently had medical treatment after developing a rash.

Producer Naughty Boy, 36, is said to be having a 'tough time' due to being away from his mother, who has dementia, and has sought counselling.

Former Strictly judge Arlene is said to be on pain killers for 'chronic pain', while Frankie apparently had medical treatment after developing a rash.

The Mirror has contacted ITV for comment.

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