I’m a Celeb: Chris Moyles arrives in Australia

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Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles, 48, angered some viewers with his opening remarks on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 last night. The Radio X presenter introduced himself to his fellow campmates by saying he was the “best broadcaster of my generation”.

Some viewers were angered after Chris made the comment, accusing him of being “full of himself”. 

ITV fans took to Twitter to vent their frustrations after what was said during the show’s initial meet and greet.

Deejay wrote: “‘I am Chris Moyles and I am the greatest broadcaster of my generation…’ 

“Spelt Simon Jordan wrong pal. How dare he insult Simon like that. Fuming now.” (sic)

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While Freya added: “Did Chris Moyles really just introduce himself as the greatest broadcaster of his generation? 

“Bit full of himself! Hope he was joking lol,” she added.

“Chris Moyles is as modest as ever, I see,” Anna chimed in.

Amy added: “Forgot how much Chris moyles is full of himself #ImACeleb.”

While Stuart wrote: “Chris Moyles describing himself as the best broadcaster of his generation just proves he is a legend in his own mind.”

“Just reading about Chris moyles comments about being the greatest broadcaster of his generation, people getting upset,” Sonami penned with laughing emojis. 

“Those who have listened to Chris for years will know it’s just him and fun, don’t stress over it.” (sic)

I’m A Celeb kicked off to a flying start last night, as 10 celebrities geared up to head into the Australian outback.

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Former Culture Club singer Boy George, A Place in the Sun’s Scarlette Douglas and Loose Women’s Charlene White were among the famous faces to head into the jungle. 

Olivia Atwood was also part of the line-up, but has been forced to quit on medical grounds after just 24 hours. 

Hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly also returned to host the series, revealing that there would also be two extra arrivals in camp. 

Former health secretary Matt Hancock will soon be heading onto the ITV show, despite receiving criticism from Westminster for doing so. 

This is the first time since 2019 that celebs have been allowed to travel to Australia to compete in the fan-favourite ITV show. 

For the past two years, the series was filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Other campmates include Mike Tindall, and Sue Cleaver, with comedian and Strictly star Seann Walsh reportedly set to join the celebs soon.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues tonight on ITV at 9pm. 

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