I'm A Celeb fans stunned as they spot Nick Pickard eating 'panini'
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Fans believe they've spotted something rather unusual in the I'm a Celeb jungle - and it's not a huge creepy-crawly.
I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! is back and has been more eventful than ever.
But one question has always plagued people about the ITV reality show - just how real is it?
We've already been shocked by news that the I'm a Celeb 'jungle' actually has a secret roof.
And now fans have noticed a shot of Pickard looking as if he was chowing down on a panini.
In Wednesday night's episode, while a mini food-fight was happening between Thompson and Tony Bellew, there was a brief shot of Nick holding what looked like a brown-paper wrapped snack.
This led many online to question whether the Hollyoaks actor had managed to sneak some food into camp.
Taking to X (formerly known as Twitter), one wrote: 'Was that a sandwich in #nick's hand?'
Another questioned: "What did Nick have in his hand? Looked a bit like a sandwich/ burger in brown paper," while a third queried: "Is that Nick eating a sandwich?"
And someone else called it 'suspicious', asking the I'm a Celeb Twitter account: "A freeze frame from when Sam was throwing things at Tony . What’s Nick eating? A sandwich? Or Pitta ? … hmmm."
However, it seems there could be a far more innocent explanation for the brown paper wrapping.
An insider reportedly told The Sun: "This is the bags the rice comes in. You saw Nigel using one as a bin bag yesterday cleaning up camp."
Pickard was shockingly evicted after landing in the bottom two alongside Gibson.
And in his post-jungle interview with Good Morning Britain, he revealed who he's betting to be crowned at the finale.
"I'd like Sam to win he's such a huge fan of the show and he just wants to do cyclone bless him, he really is enthusiastic." Pickard said.
He also revealed he'd had some trouble acclimatising to the jungle, saying: "It takes a few nights to climatise the first few nights I was like, 'what's this noise? whats that?'
"For two, three nights we were like, 'they're playing the noises through speakers' and then after a while we were like no its real."