Scarlette Douglas took to Instagram on Tuesday to share some secrets from her time on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!
The TV presenter explained how she managed to secretly sip tea at camp, admitting her fellow celebrities “still don’t know.”
Her contrabant revelation comes after the star became the second celebrity to leave the Australian jungle, following Charlene White’s departure last week.
Scarlette and the I’m A Celebrity accounts posted a video together to their followers as the star returned to the jungle in a fresh ensemble to answer questions and answers from fans about her time in the jungle.
“Could you get a cup of tea?” asked a fan named William.
While she admitted: “It was me because I was a mole, so I had to go underground and what happens underground stays underground. The roommates still don’t know.’
She was allowed to have the hot drink as a treat for being a “mole” alongside lioness Jill Scott, with the pair being both recruited by Matt Hancock and Seann Walsh.
The quartet was allowed into a top-secret ‘Mole HQ’ where tea and sweet treats were served.
The former A Place In The Sun presenter left just two days after Loose Women Charlene left and was among the last two to leave alongside her flatmate Babatunde Aleshe – who were the only two remaining non-white flatmates.
And in departures, the ITV show has been embroiled in a racing series for the second year running after Naughty Boy, Kadeena Cox and DJ Snoochie Shy were evicted early in the 2021 series – leaving an all-white camp lineup.
Fans of the ITV show took to Twitter to accuse viewers of racism in the wake of Scarlette’s shock departure, saying: “Note no single black person has ever won, I’m a celebrity.”
Another tweeted: “Stop bringing races in two out both black women when there are still terribly problematic white men. And let’s not forget that no black person has ever won this show. Race is relevant when there is an obvious pattern.’
A third viewer said: “If you still need proof that racism is very much alive and active in this country, two black women have now been voted out one after the other and the only black man in the jungle was in imminent danger of leaving. You still think we’re hitting the race card, Boomer?’
The winners of the ITV show have consistently been white throughout its 20-year history.