Scarlett Moffatt Seems To Have Upset Some Viewers On I’m A Celebrity

She's been tipped as the next Queen Of The Jungle, but could last night's show ruin her chances of winning?

We’re just going to put it out there right now. We absolutely adore Gogglebox‘s Scarlett Moffatt.

Ever since she first burst onto our small screens with her quirky one-liners, this little lady has held a very special spot in our hearts.

See: 21 Of Our Favourite Scarlett Moffatt Quotes


We think she’s been smashing it since entering the I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here jungle, and it seems that she’d also won the hearts of the rest of the nation, having been tipped as the winner from early.

But now, having witnessed the first big argument from the Australian jungle, a few members of the audience appear to be turning against her.

Following a row with fellow I’m A Celebrity campmate Martin Roberts, Scarlett has faced quite a bit of negative backlash on social media, with some going as far as calling her a ‘bully’.


'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 19 Nov 2016

The 25-year-old had her run-in with the Homes Under The Hammer presenter when he failed to fetch the water. Well, she is the vice president of the jungle, and had assigned him the task.

It all got a little bit fraught, and Scarlett ended up in tears. Larry Lamb, who’s been on hand to help the TV personality since day one (n’aw), wasted no time in comforting her.

But, for some, the damage had been done.

Negative tweets included: ‘@imacelebrity lovin the “friendly” campers but #Scarlettmoffatt is being bully now!’ and ‘@ScarlettMoffatt is the most manipulative person in the camp. Her bullying of Martin makes me sick. #stopbullying. #imacelebrity’ [sic].

Sadly, many also seem to have flocked to Scarlett’s Instagram account to leave less-than-positive comments. Sigh.

Others have rushed to defend her, though, with one tweet reading: ‘In camp, you really do see everyones true colours @ScarlettMoffatt is an absolute delight to that camp, so kind and such a positive person!’

Another reacted, ‘What a load of rubbish, @ScarlettMoffatt only said how she felt and, in my opinion, the truth. #teamscarlett’.

Scarlett has recently opened up about her own experiences at the hand of bullies, so we very much doubt that she would try and make someone else feel the same way intentionally.

Keeping doing you, Moffatt.