Viewers have grown tired of watching the former health secretary winning food for the camp, choosing singer Boy George, former Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles and comedian Babatunde Aleshe to face the latest task entitled Angel Of Agony.
The MP - who has been voted for every food trial since he arrived in the jungle six days ago - appeared happy not to have been chosen, but complained: "It's all great for everyone, but two of my jobs - I've lost them!"
Angel Of Agony will see the celebrities suspended above one another in boxes. Aleshe, 36, is scared of heights and failed to complete his very first challenge before he had even entered the jungle, shouting "I'm a celebrity get me out here" when asked to walk on a plank suspended from a tower block.
Fans of the show had admitted they were keen to see some of the other celebrities take a turn at facing the challenges to win food for the camp.
One tweeted: "As much as I hate Matt Hancock it’s getting boring watching him do the trials because he’s actually good at them, only entertaining when they’re bad at the trials."
Another said: "Thank God it’s 3 celebs for the next task, Matt Hancock doesn’t react enough it’s getting dull."
Another viewer commented: "About time someone else was voted for a trial. Was getting a bit boring it being Matt every day."
And one agreed: "Finally the public have realised that Matt is too boring to keep making him do tasks."
The 42-year-old newsreader was chosen as Hancock's deputy camp leader, meaning she is allowed the luxury of sleeping in the camper van with him, instead of outdoors on a camp bed.
White told Hancock in the evening: "Sorry Matt, but I think I'm going to sleep out here again tonight. I like the outdoors."
She told the Bush Telegraph: "I know I've got this deputyship and I'm supposed to sleep in the RV. It's just not going to happen."
And Boy George is getting annoyed with Hancock ordering the other campmates around when it comes to preparing the food.
Hancock asked if the designated washer-uppers could wash the potatoes before they were cooked.
The singer later whispered: "The power is getting to him. 'Clean the potatoes' - you clean them. The worm is going to turn I'm telling you."
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