Ant and Dec brutally hit back at a fan who was annoyed that they revealed the World Cup score

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Ant and Dec brutally hit back at a fan who was annoyed that they announced the live score of the World Cup between Australia and France on Tuesday’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me out of Here!.

The Geordie duo mocked Australia’s 4-1 defeat to France during one of their presentation segments, angering a viewer who had not yet seen the game.

The exasperated soccer fan wrote: ‘Trust @antanddec unnecessarily revealing the soccer scores just before the highlights come. I’m not sure what they find funny.”

Interesting! Ant and Dec brutally hit back at a fan who was annoyed that they revealed the score of the World Cup between Australia and France live on Tuesday I’m A Celebrity… Get Me out of Here!

The pair then brutally hit back, tweeting from their shared account: “We pulled our Aussie crew down after a loss in the World Cup.

‘I don’t understand what you don’t understand!? Maybe stop watching live TV and stay off Twitter if you want to control what you hear and what you don’t hear.”

Just before revealing their score, they opened one of their segments with Dec saying “Welcome back to I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here live from Australia 1, France 4. Sorry, was that too early ?’

Oh no!  The Geordie duo mocked Australia's 4-1 loss to France during one of their presentation segments, angering a viewer who had not yet seen the match

Oh no! The Geordie duo mocked Australia’s 4-1 loss to France during one of their presentation segments, angering a viewer who had not yet seen the match

“They hate us now,” 47-year-old Ant joked as they were booed backstage by the Aussie crew members.

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And it seemed fans agreed with Ant and Dec’s reaction to the angry fan, as one wrote: ‘You wanted to avoid the Australian score so you chose to watch a show by 2 big football fans IN AUSTRALIA? ??? uh….’

Another added: ‘Of course they’re going to mention they love football lol’.

And a third said, “It’s hardly a national secret.”

Response: The exasperated soccer fan wrote, 'Trust @antanddec to unnecessarily reveal the soccer scores just before the highlights.  I'm not sure what they find funny'

Response: The exasperated soccer fan wrote, ‘Trust @antanddec to unnecessarily reveal the soccer scores just before the highlights. I’m not sure what they find funny’

Elsewhere in the episode, Boy George was the fourth campmate to be evicted from the jungle.

The singer, 61, was named in the bottom two after the public cast their vote, along with radio DJ Chris Moyles, 48.

After hosts Ant and Dec announced the news, the Culture Club star hugged his campmates and told them, “I’ll tell you what it’s like when I’m gone.”

In his exit interview, the pop star said, “I’m kind of ready. I had a great time and I did a lot of things I never thought I would do. I’m excited to see my sister.”

George described his time in the jungle as “beautifully challenging” and “somewhat enlightening,” saying it had allowed him to take an “inner journey.”

On how he managed to keep himself sane in camp, he said, “I had to forget who I was the whole time I was here, I had to let it go.” I just had to get over it.

“I just had to say, ‘I’m in the jungle, I haven’t had any control.'”

He added: “To be honest, I’m happy to go today. It’s not something I thought I’d ever do, but it’s much harder than I thought.

LOL: And it seemed the fans agreed with Ant and Dec's reaction to the angry fan when someone wrote 'You wanted to avoid Australia's score so you chose to watch a show by 2 big football fans IN AUSTRALIA????  uh….'

LOL: And it seemed the fans agreed with Ant and Dec’s reaction to the angry fan when someone wrote ‘You wanted to avoid Australia’s score so you chose to watch a show by 2 big football fans IN AUSTRALIA???? uh….’

“I think it makes you really appreciate what you have and the people you love.”

The musician said he would like to see former rugby player Mike Tindall or ex-footballer Jill Scott win.

Of Mike he said, ‘He’s been the most stoic, he’s done the most. I think he’s a lot wilder than he lets on,” before concluding, “I think Mike or even Jill.”

George’s departure sparked a mixed response from fans, with many taking to social media to express their views.

One person agreed with the public vote for George’s departure, writing on Twitter, “Hilarious! He’s out because he’s been relentlessly spiteful and mean. It’s not complicated.’

Referring to politician Matt Hancock staying on the reality show longer than George, another person tweeted, “Boy George discovers he is LESS popular than Health Secretary after major pandemic! Hilarious.’

Another viewer who was happy to see George go wrote, “I’m glad that boy George is gone. I believe in kindness and I want people to be nice to Matt Hancock.”

Speaking: Another added, 'Of course they're going to mention they love football lol'.  And a third said, 'It's hardly a national secret'

Speaking: Another added, ‘Of course they’re going to mention they love football lol’. And a third said, ‘It’s hardly a national secret’

Not all viewers were unimpressed though, with one person writing, ‘@BoyGeorge you were fantastic, fantastic, fantastic in the jungle!! Sorry you’re leaving, you made the show for me.’

Another fan shared, “I thought Boy George was fantastic. Straightforward, not afraid of confrontation & play for laughs. Admittedly he’s a bit of a diva, I think it adds to his charm.’

“I thought he was great – individual and entertaining – there are some beautiful people, namely Owen and Jill and the rest are boring,” another viewer shared. “In a world where we’re trying to encourage people to be who they are, there’s a lot of hatred for Boy George – completely himself and respect for that.”

Bye!  Elsewhere in the episode, Boy George was the fourth campmate to be evicted from the jungle

Bye! Elsewhere in the episode, Boy George was the fourth campmate to be evicted from the jungle

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