Bake Off star takes a savage swipe at Matt Hancock’s I’m A Celeb appearance and points out huge blunder | The Sun
FORMER Bake Off host Sue Perkins has taken a savage swipe at Matt Hancock following his stint in the I'm a Celebrity jungle.
Prior to doing I'm a Celebrity Matt, 44, insisted one of the reasons he signed up was to raise awareness of dyslexia.
But Sue, 53, called out the former Health Secretary, demanding to know just how much he'd spoken about the learning difficulty while in the jungle.
She tweeted: "I didn’t watch. Did he ever mention dyslexia? #hancock."
And Sue had the perfect response when asked: "Why do you care?"
She hit back: "Because he's an elected official, paid to mind his constituents in this time of crisis. That's why I care."
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Viewers were quick to point out it took Matt nearly two weeks to talk about his experiences with dyslexia, when he opened up during a task.
Matt had taken on the challenge with fellow campmate Mike Tindall and were told to solve an anagram before the sand timer ran out.
The letters were hidden among 99 red balloons, which all had to be popped using sharp spikes fixed to the top of their helmets.
Matt admitted to Mike: “I’m terrible at anagrams. I’m dyslexic, so all the letters are already in an anagram, so it’s on you.”
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He added: “Being dyslexic I find anagrams really hard. All I could see was the word tiny.”
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