Scarlette Douglas’ tweets telling Matt Hancock to ‘get out of here’ resurface days before they become I’m Celeb campmates

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More tension is expected for Matt Hancock’s entry into the I’m A celebrity jungle, when old tweets from fellow campmate Scarlett Douglas rebuked the MP.

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The TV presenter, 35, is part of this year’s star-studded line-up – alongside disgraced former health secretary Matt Hancock, 44, who is embarrassed for his decision to turn his hand to reality television.

After Matt resigned last summer, Scarlett asked Matt to ‘get out of here’ on Twitter – hinting that she wouldn’t be too happy to see him in the sleeping bag next to her in the Australian wilderness.

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Tension: Tensions for Matt Hancock’s I’m A Celebrity Jungle entry after old tweets from fellow campmate Scarlett Douglas (pictured) hope to resume MP

Not-So-Warm-Welcome: Scarlett is part of this year's line-up - alongside disgraced former health secretary Matt Hancock (pictured arriving in Australia), who is embarrassed for his decision to turn his hand to reality television.
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Not-So-Warm-Welcome: Scarlett is part of this year’s line-up – alongside disgraced former health secretary Matt Hancock (pictured arriving in Australia), who is embarrassed for his decision to turn his hand to reality television.

when the story was released by SunOn June 25 last year, Matt was under increasing pressure for nearly two days before leaving his position as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, sharing the news to the public in a video on his Twitter account.

All eyes were on the West Suffolk MP, who posted the one minute 19 second video to his 426,000 followers at 6.16 pm.

And at 6.32 pm, Scarlett tweeted: ‘Okay, get out of here.’

Giving Up: When the story was released by The Sun, pressure was mounting on Matt on June 25 of last year, before he stepped down as secretary of state for health and social care, to make the news public. shared.  A video on his Twitter account

Giving Up: When the story was released by The Sun, pressure was mounting on Matt on June 25 of last year, before he stepped down as secretary of state for health and social care, to make the news public. shared. A video on his Twitter account

In another conversation, one of his 20,000 followers, referring to his rendered role in A Place in the Sun, replied: ‘He will now look for a place in the sun.’

But Scarlett quipped: ‘Unless I’m her presenter!’

It comes after a video surfaced in which fellow campmate Charlene White told millions of TV viewers about her anger at lawmakers breaking rules during the pandemic.

'Get Out Here': After Matt resigned last summer, Scarlett asked Matt to 'get out of here' on Twitter - hinting that she wouldn't be too happy to see him beside her while in the woods

‘Get Out Here’: After Matt resigned last summer, Scarlett asked Matt to ‘get out of here’ on Twitter – hinting that she wouldn’t be too happy to see him beside her while in the woods

The Loose Woman star and journalist was heartbroken by her great-aunt’s death from COVID-19 and was reduced to tears of sadness and anger on live TV as Mr Hancock and others habitually broke rules in the government The loved one was kept. rest.

The Ten anchor at ITV News said on the Loose Women panel in January: ‘My family is stuck by the rules. We had to bury the family members without hugging each other.

This means a confrontation is likely over his dealings with Mr Hancock, with an ITV insider telling MailOnline: ‘Matt should expect Charlene to be grilling’.

Charlene White, 41, cried during January edition of Loose Women as panel discussed Boris Johnson's lockdown parties

Charlene White, 41, cried during January edition of Loose Women as panel discussed Boris Johnson’s lockdown parties

ITV is also asked to change its mind about allowing the former health secretary to appear on the show, which is expected to raise £350,000 to charity and promote his new pandemic diary. Critics say he is ‘cashing Kovid’.

Ms White, who flew to Australia this morning before Mr Hancock’s involvement was announced, has been vocal about how she and millions of others were trapped by the rules of not hugging the family, while her aunt The burial was being held as Boris Johnson apologized for the drink party. in number 10

Charlene, 42, revealed she was unable to hug her family at her Aunt Dale’s funeral during the lockdown and couldn’t hold back tears while sharing the sad account. Her cousin Pat also became very ill with Covid-19, but she pulled through.

Terrible: Charlene was possibly talking about her Aunt Dale (pictured), who died of COVID-19 at St Thomas' Hospital in 2020.

Terrible: Charlene was possibly talking about her Aunt Dale (pictured), who died of COVID-19 at St Thomas’ Hospital in 2020.

Broke as soon as I shared my account…

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