I’m A Celeb viewers accuse Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire of wearing make-up during eviction

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I’m A Celebrity viewers have accused Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire of wearing a full face of make-up, despite being stripped of their luxuries.

After Beverley and Victoria were eliminated in a double eviction on Monday night’s show, fans took to Twitter to question their glam appearance during their exit interviews.

“Victoria looks like she’s wearing almost full make up,” one wrote. Another commented: “Bev looks like she’s wearing make up.”

A third viewer tweeted: “Victoria didn’t miss the luxuries? She’s got full make up on?” While another said: “Is it me or does this years @imacelebrity camp ladies have make up??” [sic]

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Another user questioned: “I’m watching #imacelebrity for the 2nd time !! When interviewing the ladies that were voted off! How come they had so much make up on? Beverly seemed to have loads on?”

The pair became the third and fourth celebs to be axed from the castle, following Ruthie Henshall and Hollie Arnold.

The Coronation Street star, 63, and the journalist, 52, held hands as they left the programme, describing their experience as “absolutely amazing”.

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The only cosmetic items known to be in camp are the luxury items brought in by Beverly, Ruthie and AJ Pritchard.

AJ brought curl cream, Beverley brought a hair brush and Ruthie had mascara as her item.

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It comes after presenter Vernon Kay and EastEnders star Shane Richie were also accused of using products while in the castle.

One viewer wrote: “Are the boys wearing eyeliner?? #ImACeleb.” Another said: “#ShaneRichie are you wearing eyeliner?”

Wearing make up is banned on the show, however there have been exceptions in past series.

Back in the 2017, former Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo was allowed to wear foundation on her face owing to the fact she suffered from acne, which is a medical problem.

In an interview with The Sun she explained: "I’ve been to the doctors so much over the years. It’s a medical problem and I’ve been on strong tablets for six months trying to get rid of them.

“So show bosses agreed that, because it was a medical problem, I was allowed to put foundation on once a day in the morning.”

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