There could be trouble brewing in the jungle between Mike Tindall and Owen Warner.
The latest I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Get Me Out of Here! series kicked off last night with an all-star cast, and viewers have already clocked some tension between two contestants.
During last night’s task, where the two men teamed up with Corrie’s Sue Cleaver, fans saw that Mike, 44, was “enjoying seeing Owen suffer” and predicted that the former rugby champ would “end up hating” the young actor, according to Twitter.
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Another social networker jokily observed: "Mike Tindall being ordered about by Owen Warner!"
A third added fuel to the fire, as they penned: "How can Owen Warner not know who Mike tindall is!!"
While taking part in The Critters Cruise challenge, where each celeb can win a star that represents a meal for the camp, Mike joked he would get in the water as "I’m the only one without hair," before claiming all three stars.
Owen, 23, then went on to wade through the sewer, also winning three stars.
Before going into the Australian jungle, Mike, who is married to Princess Anne’s daughter Zara Philips, promised viewers that he will be the camp’s “morning motivator” but when asked what things he will miss most about the outside world, he admitted: “First and foremost, I will miss my family.
“I will miss my bed too and a nice breakfast.”
He also told The Sun that his wife Zara, 41, is worried about how loud he is when he eats.
Mike said: "She will be very happy if someone comments about how loud I breathe when I eat because it’s always a point that she brings up.
"Zara told me to go and be myself, which is all you can be. She said to go enjoy yourself and be yourself."
This year’s lineup also includes Boy George, Olivia Atwood, radio legend Chris Moyles, and England Lionness Jill Scott.
It is reported that Culture Club singer Boy George, 61, is getting a mammoth £500,000 paycheque to appear on the show.
He said: “I am bored of being iconic in the corner and if you want to compete in the world then being part of telly is part of that.
“This is the biggest show on TV and that is why I am doing it.
"And now I have made the decision, I don’t want to focus too much on what the experience might be like, but my intention is it is going to be amazing.
“It’s three weeks without make-up and three weeks is nothing. I have just done seven weeks on tour.”
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