Im A Celebs Jill Scott reveals she stole steak from camp and hid it under her hat

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! winner Jill Scott has revealed that she stole a steak while on the show.

The Lioness, 35, appeared on her fellow campmate Chris Moyles's radio show today, Wednesday 7 December, where she admitted to the crime.

Jill took the steak when she was part of the campmates who were treated to a barbecue on the beach.

Speaking on his Radio X show, Chris said: "Are you aware that Jill Scott, the Lioness, nicked food from that barbecue on the beach and smuggled it back into camp?"

Jill then said: "Yeah, I did. If you watch the episode, I'm wearing a hat, which I never would wear my hat because I don't suit hats.

"And what I did was, I got a steak in the top of my hat. I could just feel the grease seeping through my hair."

She added: "The other thing I did – which I don't mind mentioning – basically there was a big thing of sourdough bread. So I've ripped it in half, wrapped it in some paper and I was like, 'Where can I put this?'

"I had a bikini top on so for the first time ever I filled my bikini top with sourdough and when we got back we distributed it evenly to people who wanted food. I didn't tell them where the food had been, but I don't think Owen would have minded. "

Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, was known for being the most hungry campmate this year.

He finished in second place this series, followed by former Health secretary Matt Hancock, who finished third.

Matt lost his Conservative whip after it was announced that he'd join the jungle.

It's been said that he received £400,000 for his appearance, which was filled with many Bushtucker trials. Despite the challenges, Matt was successful in collecting stars for his campmates.

Defending his decision before joining the show, he wrote in The Sun: “I think it’s a great opportunity to talk directly to people who aren’t always interested in politics, even if they care very much about how our country’s run.

“It’s our job as politicians to go to where the people are — not to sit in ivory towers in Westminster.

“There are many ways to do the job of being an MP. Whether I’m in camp for one day or three weeks, there are very few places people will be able to see a politician as they really are.”


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