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I'm A Celeb's Jordan North forced to block fans sending X-rated photos in DMs


I’m A Celebrity ‘s Jordan North says he’s become so popular after doing the show that he’s had to block fans who were sending X-rated pictures to his DMs.

The Radio 1 DJ says he’s been inundated with sexy pictures and filthy sex requests ever since heading into the castle for the reality show’s first series in Wales.

Jordan, 30, became a huge fan favourite right from the first episode, when he was so scared to abseil down a cliff that he vomited.

After searching for his “happy place” during trials and keeping spirits up in the camp, Jordan finished as runner-up to Queen of the Castle Giovanna Fletcher.



Jordan says he's had to block fans from messaging him
Jordan says he’s had to block fans from messaging him

And now, he says his DMs are being flooded with X-rated requests from his admirers.

He said on his Help I Sexted My Boss podcast: “Before you go into the castle they brief you and warn you about things, but they never tell you that your DMs get pretty weird!

“Couples as well, random couples asking if I want to join in.

“There’s one who keeps sending me photos. I’m not looking though, I’ve blocked it.”

He added: “I learned my lesson a couple of Sundays ago.



He's been inundated with X-rated requests
He’s been inundated with X-rated requests

“As I was scrolling through, I opened a picture. Never again, I nearly choked on my brew! I was like, ‘Is that a mole or a piercing?'”

Voting figures from the live final of the ITV show revealed that Jordan very nearly won.

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Giovanna, 35, received 50.27% of the vote, while Jordan got 49.73%.

It’s reported that I’m A Celeb could be heading to Wales for a second time this year.



Jordan was so close to winning the show
Jordan was so close to winning the show

According to reports, bosses have secured Gwrych Castle after success of the 2020 series, which was forced to relocate due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A source told The Sun : “Ultimately they are at the mercy of Covid-19 restrictions.

“Formally an agreement is in place for the use of Gwrych Castle this year.

“Should the show need to be held there again it has all got the green light.”





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