I’m A Celeb fans in hysterics over Nadine’s flirty ‘bed’ comment to Dec

Nadine Coyle flirted up a storm with "flustered" Dec Donnelly during a Bushtucker Trial as she joked about being in bed with him.

The 34-year-old star was covered in critters, slime and fish guts during Movile Home Bushtucker before the TV host asked her to "go into the bedroom".

He asked: "Nadine?" before she replied: "Yes?".

Dec, 44, proceeded: "Let's go into the bedroom."

And in a hilarious response, Nadine joked: "Dec I never thought I'd hear you say that."

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It was all too much for fans who took to Twitter to laugh at the cringe-worthy moment.

One wrote: "Just jump on the bed Nadine" Dec 2019," with a laughing face.

"Dec let's go into the bed room Nadine, dec never new you where gonna say that hilarious," another added.

While a third made a joke about Nadine and co-star Jacqueline "waiting for Ant and Dec to enter camp this morning", accompanied by a photo of Geordie pair Ant and Dec.

The two women admitted they found the presenting pair attractive in tonight's episode and he seemed very pleased with himself.

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But fantasising over Dec didn't stop there, as viewers at home also joked he had a "python in his trousers".

Fans of the ITV show were shocked for an entirely different reason – the "bulge" in Dec's trousers.

One gobsmacked viewer tweeted: "When Dec was leant then his bulge looked massive #ImACeleb."

While another commented: "Dec looks like he’s packing quite a bulge tonight…. not that I am looking #ImACeleb #imacelebrity #IACGMOOH."

A third joked: "Wow Dec! @antanddec Ali is a lucky lady! #ImACeleb."

"Anyone else notice that a python had slid up Dec’s trouser leg? Can we call a ranger in please #ImACeleb," another wrote.

*I'm A Celebrity continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV

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