Joker Wright dons white bikini for 'I'm a Celeb' shower

Joker Wright dons white bikini for 'I'm a Celeb' shower

Move over Myleene – Matthew Wright has provided this year’s white bikini moment in 'I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'.

The talkshow host recreated the scene from the 2006 series when Myleene Klass showered in her swimsuit.

Wright told fellow contestant Joey Essex: “The papers always want to know who’s going to do the Myleene white bikini moment and maybe wondering if it’s going to be Amy or Lucy, but I can let you into a little secret, Joey, that this year’s white bikini moment is coming from a fella”.

He then stripped off to reveal he was wearing a white Myleene-style bikini, saying: “I soaped up and did my very best to recreate those Myleene moments.

“At one point the bloody things (bikini bottoms) came undone”.

He added: “I think it’s good sometimes to turn these things on their head.

“I hope I’ve managed to do that this afternoon.”

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