Made in Chelsea’s Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo has been found to have taken a banned item into the I’m A Celebrity camp.
The reality TV star was spotted by eagle-eyed viewers appearing to be wearing make up, which it turns out is concealer.
Being from the fancy party community on Made in Chelsea, it could have been a lot worse:
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A source said told The Sun:
Georgia has always had problems with her skin, but her treatment is sun sensitive so she’s unable to use it in the jungle.
She’s been allowed access to concealer on medical grounds. It’s annoyed other female campmates who are jealous.
This comes after people on Twitter questioned why Toff looked so fresh-faced.
One Twitter user wrote:
Why does Toff still have a full face of makeup on? I thought they weren’t allowed makeup in there? She’s definitely got foundation on!
Another user agreed, saying: “I could be wrong but I am 99% sure that Toff is wearing foundation… I thought makeup was banned?”
Fellow jungle goer Rebekah Vardy has also been accused of breaking the no make-up rule by the Twitter police, however this isn’t the only drama on the ITV show.
Earlier in the week, popular YouTube star, Jack Maynard, made a shock early exit from the I’m A Celebrity jungle.
ITV reportedly made the decision to axe Maynard following rumours of his behaviour on social media, before he agreed to join the show.
The 22-year-old brother of Conor Maynard came under fire after a number of homophobic and racist tweets, which appeared to have been sent from his account, surfaced online.
Jack’s publicist said he’s left the jungle but was ‘unable to respond’ to allegations against him, adding it was ‘only fair’ he should have the chance to defend himself, reports The Telegraph.
Now, he’s responded to the allegations in a video:
The least you deserved was for me to come home and sit down and talk to you and explain everything that has been going on.
I’m so sorry to anyone that I offended, anyone that I upset, anyone I made feel uncomfortable.
I’ve tweeted some bad things, some horrible things, some pretty disgusting things that I’m just ashamed of.
I was young, I was careless, I just wasn’t thinking – this was back when I had just left school and I didn’t know what I was doing.
I’m A Celeb is well underway now and everybody is already developing firm favourites within the camp.
Amir Khan and Stanley Johnson are already on people’s lips as definite winners, despite Khan’s evidently crippling fear of snakes.