We’re hooked on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, watching as our campmates make the castle their home for the next few weeks.
The ITV reality series always has a chaotic cast of celebs that give up their luxury lifestyles to slum it – and we often see some unlikely friendships form (remember Joe Swash and George Takei?).
Now, we’ve seen EastEnders’ Ian Beale, Adam Woodyatt, and music producer Naughty Boy getting to know one another – with Adam even giving Naughty Boy his own nickname.
Yep, why say Naughty Boy when you can just say Naughts?
However, viewers at home are not impressed with Adam’s new moniker for Naughty Boy, and were quick to complain on Twitter.
“Not sure what's more annoying. Naughty boy, or Adam Woodyatt keep calling him 'Naughts,’” one person scathed.
“Why does Adam Woodyatt repeatedly call Naughty Boy Naughts!!” fumed another, adding an angry emoji for good measure.
“Adam repeatedly calling Naughty Boy ‘Naughtz’ during this trial is giving me so much of the ick,” said a third nauseous fan.
And a fourth wrote: “Every time Adam calls Naughty Boy 'Naughts' I physically cringe.”
But not everyone was anti-Naughts, with one fan writing: “Adam calling Naughty Boy 'naughts' is quite amusing.”
In other I’m a Celeb news, fans noticed a rather sizeable editing error while tuning into Thursday night’s show.
The episode featured Frankie Bridge and Naughty Boy taking part in a revolting Bushtucker Trial, in which they had to down horrifying drinks at the castle camp's karaoke bar.
But fans were confused when a shot of Frankie speaking to cameras in the Telegraph had a bizarre blunder.
Eagle eyed viewers were quick to spot that as Frankie was talking, she was labelled as 'Louise Minchin' on screen. It read: "Louise Minchin. Broadcaster & Ex BBC Breakfast Host."
You can read more about that here.
I’m a Celebrity…continues every night on ITV and the ITV Hub.