I'm A Celebrity: Ian Wright leaves viewers in hysterics with innuendo

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Ian Wright left viewers of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in utter hysterics during Monday's show after he dropped a hilarious innuendo.

As the camp chatted about alternative careers, Kate Garraway said she would love to be a barrister, which led Ian to innocently say: 'I’d love you to send me down.'

Of course the playful line did not go unnoticed by viewers, who took to Twitter to say they were 'howling' with laughter following the line.

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Oops! Ian Wright left viewers of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in utter hysterics during Monday's show after he dropped a hilarious innuendo

Oops! Ian Wright left viewers of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here in utter hysterics during Monday's show after he dropped a hilarious innuendo

As the camp discussed their alternative careers, Kate said she liked the idea of being a barrister. 

Ian then said: 'I’d love you to send me down, I can see you being that. You’d have to have your serious face and we don’t really see that.'

The camp also poked fun at Kate as they joked that she would still be nice and apologise to every single criminal she sent down.

Naughty: As the camp chatted about alternative careers, Kate Garraway said she would have liked to be a barrister

Naughty: As the camp chatted about alternative careers, Kate Garraway said she would have liked to be a barrister

Cheeky: Ian then said: ''I’d love you to send me down, I can see you being that,' which left fans in hysterics

Cheeky: Ian then said: ''I’d love you to send me down, I can see you being that,' which left fans in hysterics

Ian also said he would love to be a doctor and Andy Whyment admitted he always dreamed of being a footballer.  

Cliff Parisi also made the surprise revelation he would love to be President Of The United States.

But viewers had already been left in tears of laughter by Ian's accidental innuendo, with one tweeting: 'I'd love you to send me down. I'M HOWLING,' while others simply quoted the line along with a slew of laughing emojis.

Funny: But viewers had already been left in tears of laughter by Ian's accidental innuendo, and took to Twitter to praise the moment

Funny: But viewers had already been left in tears of laughter by Ian's accidental innuendo, and took to Twitter to praise the moment

Ian's line came after Kate was also sent into a tizz by Rak-Su's Myles Stephenson, who revealed he had slept with women her age in the past.

Myles, 28, told Kate, 52, that it happened on a night out once, before flustering her further by informing her he had the hots for her.

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