ITV viewers have questioned the state of Frankie Bridge’s hair during the final of I’m A Celebrity after the singer finished in the castle with near perfect locks
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! viewers were baffled during the live final after Frankie Bridge appeared in front of hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly with near perfect hair and make-up.
The 32-year-old singer with The Saturdays and Loose Women panellist looked stunning as she finished her three weeks in Gwyrch Castle in third place behind soap legends Simon Gregson and Danny Miller.
While many celebrity campmates finish their time in the castle, or Australian jungle as it has been in previous years, in a quite dishevelled state, Frankie showed that she was still beauty personified despite the turgid living conditions.
With no hair out of place, straight and glistening in the studio lights, it left viewers wondering how she achieved it without a stylist being involved.
Taking to Twitter, one viewer asked: “Can anyone believe Frankie hasn’t had her hair done in THREE WEEKS? Straight, glossy, swingy #becauseimworthit.”
Another stated: “With respect, Frankie Bridge has just left the ‘castle’ Instagram ready! Great skin and hair glowing.”
While a third asked: “How did Frankie keep her hair so shiny & swingy for the last 3 weeks?”
Viewers were also convinced that Frankie had make-up in camp as she came out “glowing”.
One fan tweeted: “Did Frankie smuggle straighteners and make-up into the camp? She is glowing!”
While another asked: “How did Frankie’s eyebrows stay so perfect?”
The final of I’m A Celebrity also brought out the conspiracy theorists among the viewers who claimed the show was fixed so that ‘prominent’ ITV stars took the places in the final.
After former footballer David Ginola was voted out the day before the final, it left Coronation Street star Simon Gregson, Emmerdale’s Danny Miller and Loose Women panellist Frankie in the last three.
Despite earning her place in the final, there were some viewers who believed that it was a “fix” for her to be there.
One viewer observed: “Someone pointed out the show is pushing Frankie to win and it’s a fix and I can’t help but notice how obvious it is.”
While another claimed: “If Frankie wins it’s possibly the biggest fix in the history of the show.”
They will probably be pleased to know that it was Danny Miller who was crowned King of the Castle, with Simon Gregson coming in second.
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