'I'm A Celebrity' turning into 'the Matthew and Joey show'

'I'm A Celebrity' turning into 'the Matthew and Joey show'

Matthew Wright's wife Amelia Wright is enjoying watching his 'bromance' with Joey Essex develop on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.

'I'm A Celebrity' turning into 'the Matthew and Joey show'

Amelia - who has been married to the talk show host for over two years - thinks the two jungle buddies have bonded because they have been voted to take part in so many Bushtucker trials and she is pleased her hubby has got a pal on the show.

Speaking to new! magazine, she said: "I'm absolutely loving the relationship between Joey and Matthew, they are so generous to each other - It's a real 'bromance'."

The 37-year-old music executive doesn't think Matthew, 48, and Joey, 23, are attracting the public's votes because they are unpopular but rather because they are entertaining when they face their fears.

She added: "I think people are voting for them because they are the most popular and entertaining. They are just a fantastic combination. It's the Matthew and Joey show."

Amelia predicts the pair will stay close friends following their stint on the reality show, despite their apparent differences.

She said: "They probably have more in common than people think. They clearly both like a spray tan! I can imagine them going out for drinks afterwards. I can see them hanging out together."

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