I'm a Celeb viewers spot bizarre Olivia Attwood strawberry moment
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I’m A Celebrity viewers were left baffled after seeing how Olivia Attwood ate a strawberry - check it out:
The Love Island alumni is one of the celebrities who headed Down Under for the latest series of the hit show.
Shortly after it kicked off, Ant and Dec announced that Olivia had won a public vote to make her a VIP and was entitled to pick another celebrity to join her in the special VIP area to tuck into a delicious meal - the last she’ll enjoy in a few weeks.
Olivia chose radio star Chris Moyles to join her in the VIP section where the pair sat to enjoy the spread.
However, eagle-eyed viewers were left confused after seeing Olivia use a knife and fork to cut up a single strawberry.
A clip of the moment was shared on Twitter by ex-I’m A Celeb campmate Roman Kemp who wrote:
Responding to the clip one person wrote: “Watching Olivia Atwood cut a strawberry with a knife and fork made me feel uncomfortable.”
Another said: “She probably puts her McDonald's on a plate and uses a knife and fork.”
While a third joked: “Wonder if she eats kangaroo c**k in the same manner.”
Alongside Olivia and Moyes, stars taking part in this year's show include Boy George, former footballer Jill Scott, ex-rugby union player Mike Tindall, Corrie star Sue Cleaver, and comedian Seann Walsh.
As well as that, there's also Hollyoaks star Owen Warner, Babatunde Aleshe, Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas.
And let's not forget this year's most controversial star former Health Secretary Matt Hancock who will be landing in the camp at a later date.
Hancock’s addition to the line up did not go down well in Westminster - shortly after the news was announced he was suspended with immediate effect.
And a petition calling on ITV to remove him from I’m A Celeb has gained more than 40,000 signatures.
According to The Sun, Hancock is expected to bag £400,000 for taking part in the ITV show.
Though the politician has reiterated he will be making a sizeable donation to charity and will declare the amount of money he makes from the show to Parliament.
The show is back in Australia, having been held in a castle in Wales for the past two-years due to travel restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Chief Whip Simon Hart said: "Following a conversation with Matt Hancock, I have considered the situation and believe this is a matter serious enough to warrant suspension of the whip with immediate effect."