I'm a Celebrity fans cry 'fix' after spotting something's not quite right

I'm a Celebrity fans cry 'fix' after spotting something's not quite right

I'm a Celebrity fans cry 'fix' after spotting something's not quite right

Malique found himself in the bottom two of the public vote alongside "Coronation Street" actress Sair Khan.

The audience didn't seem much of the actress during her times on the show and she seemed to be overshadowed by the other celebrities.

But after being informed of his fate by co-hosts Dec Donnelly and Holly Willoughby, Malique responded in philosophical fashion, admitting he was looking forward to eating a good meal as soon as he leaves the jungle.

Ardent I'm A Celebrity fans have been accusing ITV of a fix after spotting a recurring pattern during the evictions.

"No one else notice that Sair had her hair done up and he face made up??"

And another I'm A Celebrity viewer questioned: "Has Sair had her hair and makeup done before leaving the jungle?"

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Aanother said that her "make up looked very well done". "SairKhan had done her hair and was ready to leave [.] something a bit fishy about these vote offs".

She told Dec and Holly: "I need all the vitamins I can get!"

But she's become the third star to leave the jungle, following presenter Noel Edmonds and actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer.

However, some Twitter users are urging viewers to "enjoy the show" and stop digging for clues that the show is staged, saying people are "never happy".

The show continues tonight at 9pm on ITV.

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