I’m A Celebrity is ‘a fix’ say fans after ‘legend’ Mo Farah fails to make the final

I'M A Celebrity viewers have branded the show a fix after Sir Mo Farah was voted off in last night's double elimination.

The Olympic legend, 37, exited with AJ Pritchard, 26, just two days before the final, leaving many in shock.

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Some were desperate to see the athlete take on the famous Cyclone challenge, predicting he would have smashed it.

But they will no longer get the chance, with just Shane Richie, Vernon Kay, Giovanna Fletcher and Jordan North remaining.

One viewer wrote: "What a fix!!!! Mo’s been brilliant!!!"

Another posted: "Who the f*** keeps voting for Shane. He should have gone before Mo! #fix#ImACeleb."

A third said: "Woke up still annoyed at the fact we won't see Mo Farah in the celebrity cyclone, like c'mon who didn't vote for Mo."

As a fourth mused: "Still not over the fact that the british public voted out Mo Farah who the hell is saving Shane."

The Olympic runner had become a firm fan favourite, cementing his place in the nation's hearts by screaming his way through yesterday's gruesome trial.

He provided lots of laughs in camp too, from his out of tune karaoke, to his hilarious EastEnders impressions.

The athlete did his best Phil Mitchell opposite Alfie Moon actor Shane, giving fans a giggle as he shouted: "Alfie, this is my manor.’




Meanwhile, speaking in his final interview before being released from the castle, AJ didn't miss a chance to take aim at camp rival Shane.

Asked about their washing-up feud, AJ insisted defiantly that the Alfie Moon star hadn't been putting in the work.

He told hosts Ant and Dec: "I'm not going to lie. I think if you're going to do your job do it properly it's much better between everyone else."

The departure of AJ and Mo comes a day after former EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer and opera star Russell Watson were sent packing.

They left hot on the heels of Coronation Street legend Beverley Callard, 63, BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire, 52, Paralympian Hollie Arnold MBE, 26, and musicals star Ruthie Henshall, 53.

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