Im A Celeb fans fed up of annoying tune stars sing before Bushtucker Trials
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Fans of I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! are beginning to grow tired of the campmates song, "don't come back without the stars".
To encourage each other before someone heads of to a bushtucker trial, the celebs came up with a rather cheerful tune to offer moral support.
But due to the fact that the celebs sing the song on every episode, fans of the show have been left feeling annoyed by the song.
Heading to Twitter, viewers with the same complaint shared their thoughts.
One person wrote: "I am exasperated by the 'don’t come back without the staaaaars.'"
Another chimed: "I like this show and everything, but if I hear the 'Don't come back without the stars' song ONE more time, I will put my boot through my telly and will send ITV1 the bill."
A third added: "That stupid song don’t come back without the stars is so annoying."
Meanwhile a fourth shared: "Can’t wait to not hear that f*****g song anymore!"
During Friday night's episode, Matt Hancock and Mike Tindall joined Ant and Dec to take part in the trial, Fallen Stars.
In the puzzle themed task, the two men managed to achieve four out of five stars.
Sharing their thoughts after the trial, former health secretary Matt said: "We will eat well tonight."
He continued: "So close to nailing it, but four out of five, I'm sure in camp they'll be thrilled. For us, we'll still be thinking about how we could have just got that fifth as it was so close."
The two men also received great support from their other campmates with Jill Scott saying: "Four stars which was absolutely brilliant as it didn't sound straight forward.'
"Considering we only got one star yesterday, four is a massive jump so I think we are all looking forward to out disgusting looking meal," comedian Seann Walsh echoed.
Fans at home also shared their thoughts on the trial which some branded as "easy".
One viewer on Twitter penned: "They call it a trial, but all they had to do was answer a few easy questions and solve some puzzles. We had to watch England playing football."
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