Viewers Think There’s Something Wrong With Scarlett Moffatt’s I’m A Celebrity Win

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I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here drew to a close last night, with Scarlett Moffatt getting crowned the winner of the series.

Of course, the Gogglebox lady has been a firm favourite ever since she was dropped right into the thick of it with Larry Lamb – come on, we all have fond memories of that first task, don’t we?

'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!' TV Show, Australia - 13 Nov 2016

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Having been crowned the latest Queen of the Jungle, Scarlett – clearly after being reunited with her worldly possessions – tweeted her thanks to her fans. Well, if we’d been in the Australian jungle for weeks on end, we’d be wanting to check our social media notifications quick sharp, too.

The reality star wrote, ‘Thank you so much everyone for all your support. I feel so accepted and loved. Thanks for making all of my dreams come true’.


Presenters Ant & Dec also took some time to reflect on a series well done, sharing with their followers: ‘Well what a bloody great series!! Thank you all sooo much for watching. And @ScarlettMoffatt big big Congratulations!!’

But, along with every great reality TV series, comes the inevitable controversy. And some viewers of the ITV show are under the impression that there’s something a little off about Scarlett’s big win.


The Gogglebox lady has already been hit by ‘fix’ claims, with many believing that she was being given more air time in a bid to crown her the winner.

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But following her final Bush Tucker trial – which played on her fear of small spaces – many more have been left suspicious of just how ‘real’ she’s been throughout her experience.

Scarlett Moffatt on I'm A Celebrity

She was told that she would be sealed into a small cave to earn stars for Adam Thomas and Joel Dommett, her fellow finalists. We mean, it doesn’t sound like a walk in the park to us.

Scarlett, who’s always been vocal of her claustrophobic fears, said: ‘I can feel myself getting upset.

‘But I feel if I can do this I might finally be able to go in lifts because I was on the 34th floor out here and I walked the stairs because I can’t stand small spaces.’

But some took to social media to point out that there’s a number of ‘lift selfies’ on her Instagram page.

One wrote, ‘Starting to doubt Scarlett now I’ve seen how many lift selfies are on her Instagram #WhyYaLyingFor.’

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Now, we’re sure that Scarlett wouldn’t make something like that up. And we think it’s wonderful that she’s used her time in Oz to confront some of her fears.

Great job, Moffatt. We were rooting for you.