I'm A Celebrity's Jordan North makes underwear confession that will make you gag

I'm A Celebrity's Jordan North makes underwear confession that will make you gag

11/17/2020

Jordan North stunned his I’m A Celebrity campmates (and the viewing public) with the grim confession that he hadn’t changed his underpants in three days. 

This year’s campmates were making themselves busy in the castle grounds when Beverley Callard and Hollie Arnold offered to do a mass laundry wash. 

But instead of handing his skivvies over, Radio One DJ Jordan confessed that he hadn’t changed his underpants since arriving in the camp. 

That is… one stinky pair of pants waiting to be washed. 

To make matters worse, AJ Pritchard confessed he hadn’t changed his pants either, giving Jordan a little vindication in the face of a horrified Jessica. 

He later told the Telegraph: ‘Usually at home I wear them once, in here we’ve just gone feral, haven’t we?’

At the very least, we know he’s had a shower, after joining Vernon Kay yesterday to tackle the jungle bathroom.

‘You’ve got to change your undies every day!,’ Dec declared back in the castle studio, while Ant boasted about the facilities of his static home.

The Radio One DJ has had everyone talking since entering the jungle, with his nerves getting the better of him on more than one occasion.

Despite his fears, he’s managed to pull through – abseiling down a cliff edge (despite throwing up before he even attempted it) and then being locked in an underground dungeon filled with snakes for the first trial.

To get him through, he’s been known to channel his ‘happy place’ which, to the bafflement of viewers, is Burnley FC’s home ground of Turf Moor.

But it’s earned him some fans – including Burnley star Ben Mee who has joined in on giving him some support.

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

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