Im A Celeb 2022 winner sealed as Channel 4 star sparks ITV viewer vote U-turn

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! viewers are rooting for Scarlette Douglas to win the reality show after a dramatic U-turn.

The A Place In The Sun presenter rubbed some fans up the wrong way in the first few days of the series, particularly when she moaned about Charlene White taking over when it came to cooking up meals for camp.

But she's managed to turn things around this week and is now becoming a bit of a favourite with fans of the ITV show.

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Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace led the charge, tweeting: "I adore Scarlette. Who's with me?"

And plenty of viewers chimed in to say they were fans too.

"Scarlette is one of my favourites this year, I love her," one person tweeted.

Another said that the TV star was "so lovely" and one called her "the sweetest".

"I want her to have more screen time," pleaded one fan, while one viewer said the star was "funny" and "bloody beautiful".

"I want Scarlette to win and I will download the app and vote when the time comes," said another.

"She is everything. icon, beauty and leader. Like and support her IMMEDIATELY!" said somebody else.

Fans are also keen to see the TV star tackle one of the gruelling Bushtucker trials, which have largely been undertaken by former health secretary Matt Hancock so far.

"I love Scarlette so much can you please give that girl a trial?" begged one fan.

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Another said they would like to see Scarlette, Loose Women star Charlene or Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver tackling one of the challenges.

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