I’m a Celebrity Host Julia Morris is happy there isn’t a ‘bad guy’ in this year’s season

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I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! Host Julia Morris reveals why she’s happy there isn’t a ‘bad guy’ this season

I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! Host Julia Morris has been on the popular Channel 10 show for years, so she’s seen her fair share of villains in the jungle.

However, the 52-year-old comedian took to her Instagram to make a confession, admitting that she was more than thrilled this season didn’t include a celebrity with “ bad guy ” characteristics.

During an Instagram Live Wednesday, Julia said: “In a lot of my radio interviews over the past few days, people ask me, ‘Where’s the bad guy?’ And ‘Why aren’t they fighting?’ ‘

“And I find it incredibly refreshing that they don’t fight,” she continued.

Despite being involved in tense conversations in front of all over Australia, Julia noted that the celebrities were – for the most part – rather friendly on the campsite and that she admired them for that spirit.

‘Yeah, they got a note … like last night with the pans with Jack [Vidgen] and Pettifleur[ Berenger], but because they who they are solved it immediately, ”she said.

“ If they don’t really like something, they speak out wisely, but not in such an accusing way that it ends up blowing into something much more massive.

“I think it’s wonderful that they were able to support each other.”

And she’s not alone, as several viewers have praised the celebrities for their support on Twitter, especially after witnessing the emotional moment Paulini and Jack sang together on Wednesday night.

Several fans absolutely loved the performance, with many rushing to Twitter to share their thoughts.

On the high notes: Jack Vidgen and Paulini Curuenavuli decided to do an improvised dramatic performance of Amazing Grace in front of their campmates on Wednesday night.

On the high notes: Jack Vidgen and Paulini Curuenavuli decided to do an improvised dramatic performance of Amazing Grace in front of their campmates on Wednesday night.

“ Jesus, @JackVidgen you made every Aussie watching #ImaCelebrityAU shed tears, ” one wrote.

‘I’m crying! Looks like rain on a touchscreen! It was so beautiful. Well done little ones @pauliniC and JackVidgen, ”said a second.

Meanwhile, a third said: “It was amazing. I have tears, so I hate to think about how the competition felt. thank you Paulini and Jack, wonderful.

Love: The song racked up a whole host of compliments, with many saying it was 'beautiful'

Love: The song racked up a whole host of compliments, with many saying it was ‘beautiful’

And the couple’s camp mates also reacted in real time, with many breaking down in tears after the moving room.

After the performance, Toni Pearen was moved to tears as she revealed it was ‘her father’s favorite song’ in the jungle hut.

“So that was very emotional for me… On many levels, you know. Not just because Paulini and Jack are just wonderful singers, ”she said.

Grant Denyer added: “ It was really beautiful. It is very powerful. That’s wonderful.’

Tears: The duo's campmates wiped tears from their eyes after the performance.  Pictured: Jess Eva

Tears: The duo’s campmates wiped tears from their eyes after the performance. Pictured: Jess Eva

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