North East UK news Matt Hancock finds I'm A Celeb challenge 'terrible' due to dyslexia PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The MP said that he found the challenge 'really hard' as he was tasked with solving an anagram to win a treat for camp

North East UK news Matt Hancock finds I'm A Celeb challenge 'terrible' due to dyslexia PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The MP said that he found the challenge 'really hard' as he was tasked with solving an anagram to win a treat for camp

North East UK news Matt Hancock finds I'm A Celeb challenge 'terrible' due to dyslexia PremierLeague-News.Com
23 November 2022 - 22:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Matt Hancock found himself struggling with an I'm A Celebrity challenge on tonight's episode due to his dyslexia. The West Suffolk MP took on the latest Deals on Wheels challenge with Mike Tindall, which involved needing to solve an anagram against the clock to earn dingo dollars and a treat for their fellow campmates. But the 44-year-old admitted to finding the task particularly difficult. "I'm terrible at anagrams - I'm dyslexic, so all the letters are already in an anagram. So it's on you," he told rugby star Mike. "Being dyslexic, I find anagrams really hard. All I could see was the word tiny." READ MORE:Ant and Dec ask I'm A Celeb viewers 'What were you thinking?' after Boy George's exit While the pair did manage to work out that the anagram spelled out the word ninety-nine, linking to the number of red balloons they had to pop in the challenge to earn letters, their efforts ended up being in vain. The other campmates missed out on the prize of chocolate chip cookies as they failed to work out the combined total of Adele's albums. The former Health Secretary finally opened up about his dyslexia in the jungle earlier this week, after naming raising awareness of the learning difficulty as one of the main reasons for going on the ITV show in the first place.

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. "I want to raise the ­profile of my dyslexia campaign to help every dyslexic child unleash their potential — even if it means taking an unusual route to get there... via the Australian jungle!" And the subject finally came up in Sunday's episode, after many viewers had questioned why the MP was still yet to raise the issue more than a week into his time in camp. Speaking to co-stars Seann and Babatunde, he said: "I desperately wanted to learn. "One side - on maths - I could, and on English I couldn’t." He added: "And then the moment I was identified as dyslexic at university, suddenly instead of feeling I was just rubbish at something and useless, it was - ah, so actually I am ok with language, it’s just my brain works differently and I can work on that." Regulator Ofcom confirmed that it has now received more than 3,200 complaints from I'm A Celeb viewers over this year's series, with the "majority" of them concerning Matt Hancock's place in the jungle. He is one of seven stars left in camp, with the winner set to be crowned this Sunday. READ NEXT: I'm A Celebrity's Ant and Dec shut down 'spoiler' accusations in defiant response to critic Oti Mabuse returning to Strictly Come Dancing nine months after quitting show I'm A Celebrity's Boy George posts defiant first reaction to I'm A 'contentious' exit Vera cast and crew 'battle the elements' to film new episodes as fans speculate Two Call the Midwife characters set to leave BBC series in emotional Christmas special

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