#ImACeleb host Declan Donnelly takes bizarre swipe at Boris Johnson

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! offered ITV viewers some light relief this evening after the Leader’s Debate. Ant and Dec arrived on screens to replace Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson. 

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As he introduced tonight’s I’m A Celeb offerings, Declan Donnelly told viewers they were watching “another TV show featuring two men who love the sound of their own voices”. 

Turning to camera with a cheeky smile, Dec added: “Good evening Prime Minister… For now.”

However, Ant McPartlin interrupted his friend and insisted they needed to show no bias. 

Ant said: “Even this show has to be impartial…”

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Dec agreed, adding: “Good evening Prime Minister… for now.

“And good evening man who wants to be Prime Minister.

“Although why anyone would want that job is beyond me.” 

Fans were left in hysterics with the political joke, and flocked to Twitter to comment on what they’d seen.

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One said: “I’d much prefer @antanddec to be Prime Minister than either @BorisJohnson or @jeremycorbyn .... ImACeleb

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