I'M A Celeb fans are angry that all the people who have been voted out of the camp so far have been women.
Viewers flocked to Twitter to suggest there was a 'woman problem' as the first four people sent packing have all been female.
Hollie Arnold, Ruthie Henshall and after tonight, Beverly Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were voted out by a public vote.
"Blimey @imacelebrity is a bit anti women this year FOUR leavers now & ALL women," wrote one Twitter user.
Despite that Victoria and Beverly gushed that their time in the castle was one of the best experiences of their lives.
Even though Bev admitted her mother-in-law won't be too happy with her, after she told her campmates her husband Jon was a 'mega-shag'.
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QUEEN OF THE CASTLE?
Giovanna Fletcher is the new favourite to become Queen of the Castle if the bookmakers are to be believed.
Punters can get tempting odds of 6/4 with Ladbrokes while radio DJ Jordan North is at 7/4.
With days to go until the final, the race is still too close to call.
Giovanna is also the bookies favourite with Paddy Power, Bet365 and Skybet to take the crown.
Presenter Vernon Kay is at odds of 8/13 to be in the top three.
WHO WILL BE NEXT TO GO?
Opera singer Russell Watson is the odds-on favourite to be eliminated next from the I'm a Celeb castle.
Punters can get odds of 2/5 for the 54-year-old tenor, according to the bookmakers Ladbrokes.
Dancer AJ Pritchard and actress Jessica Plummer are at odds of 4/1 respectively, so could be vulnerable if there is another double eviction.
Last night, Corrie actress Beverley Callard and journalist Victoria Derbyshire left the castle in a shock double elimination.
RUTHIE: 'I'M A CELEB SHOULD STAY IN WALES'
West End actress Ruthie Henshall has admitted she wants I'm a Celebrity to remain at Gwrych Castle to remain for years to come.
The 53-year-old was the second campmate to be eliminated from the show.
Ruthie described her experience as an “absolute trip”, branding the trials as “vile” and “brutal”.
The actress said she would “absolutely” support ITV keeping the show in North Wales.
She told North Wales Live: “I think it's brilliant and the whole setting for it was quite beautiful actually.”
AJ'S GRANDFATHER PAYS TRIBUTE AFTER DEATH OF 'BEAUTIFUL' WIFE
The grandfather of AJ Pritchard has paid tribute to his “beautiful” wife, who died last Friday aged 93.
Angela Gratton was diagnosed with dementia 10 years ago and died in hospital.
AJ, who is appearing in this year's I'm a Celeb, won't find out about his nan's death until the end of the show.
Angela's grieving husband Leslie has paid tribute to his wife.
He told Stoke-on-Trent Live: “It is with great sadness that my beautiful wife Angela has passed away. She was the love of my life.
“One of her greatest pleasures right until the end of her life was seeing AJ and Curtis as well as her other grandchildren flourish in their careers, and she made it clear she would hate for them to give up their dreams.”
Corrie legend Julie Goodyear helped eliminated I'm a Celeb contestant Beverley Callard cope with her cancer news – by appearing at her dressing room door in a balaclava.
Julie, who played Bet Lynch, pulled the stunt in a bid to make Liz McDonald actress Bev laugh and take her mind off needing a life-saving op.
Beverley, 63, told The Daily Star: “Although I was adamant that a hysterectomy was the right answer, the thought of it was still traumatic.
“I was just 33 years old, with an 18-month-old baby and I was about to have an operation that I thought would turn me into an old lady.”
Beverley said Julie was “completely fantastic” during the process as the I'm a Celeb campmate recalled a time when she heard a knock on her dressing room door.
“When I went to open it, Julie was standing there wearing a balaclava. ‘What are you doing?',” I said.
“Just thought you needed something to make you laugh,” she responded.
Ant McPartlin might joke that he's staying in a rickety caravan while he and Dec are filming I'm A Celebrity – but in reality the pair are living it up in a luxury cottage.
While the campmates suffer and starve in the ruins of Wales's Gwrych Castle, the presenting duo have all the home comforts they could need in a £1,000-a-week pad.
A large open plan kitchen provides a relaxing place for the duo to prepare and eat meals, and is a far cry from the basic stove the celebs dine around.
They can put their feet up and watch back the previous night's show in a spotless living room with two sofas, an arm chair and foot rest.
The pristine bathroom couldn't be further away from the grotty castle shower which requires campmates to pump the hot water for their co-stars.
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I’m A Celebrity fans have branded Shane Richie as “jealous” after he shot barbs at Russell Watson.
The former EastEnders star appeared annoyed that classical singer Russell had done a trial and had a story to tell the camp.
Russell had done Rancid Rotisserie and was repeatedly dunked in slime and covered in awful subjects while answering general knowledge questions.
“We knew Russell had returned from halfway up the castle,” Shane said before doing a comedically bad singing impression of Russell.
Shane added: “He wanted to milk it.
“He wasn’t going to just come in and tell us how many stars.”
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And no, it's not that she didn't make it further on I'm A Celeb.
It's that she talked about all the shagging she did with Prince Edward in Buckingham Palace.
The Les Misérables star blurted the racy confession to her co-star Shane Richie on her first night in Gwrych castle – but insisted she had “no idea” her microphone was on.
“I do apologise for that comment,” she said after leaving the castle.
I bet she won't be getting a Christmas card from the Queen.
SHANE'S A PRETTY GOOD GUY….
The EastEnders star is currently sitting somewhere in the middle of the table in terms of his popularity and odds of winning I'm A Celeb.
But as one clever Twitter user pointed out, many of the evicted campmates think old mate Richie will be name King of the Castle.
That must be worth something considering that not only is he probably the Phantom Dribbler, but actually an alright bloke to live with even in the most trying of circumstances.
If you think about it, everyone who has come out so far really likes Shane. They have been living with him 24 hours a day for two weeks. If he was that bad they wouldn’t like him… they’ll know better than us what he’s like 🤷🏻♀️ imaceleb imacelebrity
— Luce (@LuceValentine1) November 30, 2020
VERNON VS RUTHIE
In a scene that never made it to air, West End star Ruthie Henshall and Vernon Kay snapped at each other as things got heated between the pair.
Before she was evicted, Ruthie snapped at the TV star after she felt that he kept interrupting her during The Serpent — but the scenes were not shown to viewers.
Apparently Vernon was trying to be supportive during the challenge, but Ruthie who was desperate to give everyone their treat took it the wrong way.
“They are all good mates and have lived in each others’ pockets for more than two weeks,” a source told The Sun.
“So it’s only natural that with the high moments there will also be fractious ones.”
A WOMAN'S PROBLEM
Things seem to be kicking off over on Twitter, with fans saying there's a 'woman problem' after the first four people to leave the castle have all been female.
One Twitter user wrote: “Im a celebrity so far… I'm A Woman Vote Me Out Of Here”
Another added: “wym every single person that’s been voted out of i’m a celeb thus far has been a woman and yet SHANE is being voted to stay in??? the british public clearly just hate women.”
Of the 17 I'm A Celeb winners, eight have been women. Do you think there has been an anti-woman agenda from viewers this year?
Blimey @imacelebrity is a bit anti women this year FOUR leavers now & ALL women 🤔🤔 @antanddec imaceleb
— steveCOYS ☀️ (@harwood_steve) November 30, 2020
Fans are stunned tonight as Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire were eliminated in a double eviction.
The pair became the third and fourth celebs to be axed from the castle, following Ruthie Henshall and Hollie Arnold.
Viewers were gutted to see them go, with one writing: “Bev. Nooooooooooooooooo! imaceleb.”
Another said: “Honestly it's beyond outrageous that Beverley Callard has been voted out. Do people not recognise icons?! imaceleb.”
A third lamented: “Ahhh I was hoping @vicderbyshire would win!! imaceleb.”