Chris Moyles reveals campmates stole from I’m A Celeb producers during trials | The Sun

NAUGHTY I'm A Celeb stars were on a secret mission to steal from producers, says booted radio DJ Chris Moyles.

The Radio X presenter revealed food and trinkets were regularly smuggled into the jungle camp after the stars took part in trials.


Chris said the cast of 2022 "made it our mission" to swipe things like stationary and even random bits of paperwork.

One celeb managed to run off with the jungle's Health and Safety guidelines.

But it was during the Bushtucker Trial Savage Sorting Office that Chris seized a great opportunity.

He told Radio X after leaving the jungle last night: "I managed to steal two and a half biscuits.

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"You know the ones that you get in hotels, where there's two in one wrapper?

"I managed to get through that entire trial with the crane with two biscuits in my left pocket.

"Then I got back to camp, managed to find a rice bag that was empty, put the biscuits in and break them all in half and hide them in the toilet.

"Then I had to try and subliminally tell everybody they needed to go to the toilet because I'd 'cleaned the seat'!

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"Three campmates managed to eat half a biscuit before one of the 72 cameras they have there worked out what I was doing and the biscuits disappeared."

The campmates were fed just 700 calories a day of rice and beans and Chris revealed he lost a lot of weight during his three weeks in there.

"I got weighed right at the beginning of isolation and then literally the first thing you do when you get out is see the medical officer and they check if you’re alright.

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"So yeah I did and I lost weight. I’ve lost a stone-and-a-half.

"The medical officer told me, 'Your body is adapting, I know you want to go boozing but I wouldn’t recommend it because you’ll have the worst hangover of your life'."


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