Who knew Ferne McCann and George Shelley were a comic duo?
I’m A Celebrity’s Ferne McCann may not react well in Bushtucker Trial scenarios, but she showed viewers last night that she’s a pro at coming up with impromptu jungle raps when boredom strikes.
Singing her newly-created ‘In The Jungle’ rap alongside Union J’s George Shelley, the TOWIE star made hilarious observations about the previous events in the camp. Poking fun at the recent bust-up between Lady C and entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne, Ferne rapped: ‘Duncan Banatyne, you’re a p***y!’ Meanwhile, George beatboxed skilfully.
‘We were just randomly picking camp mates and situations, PJ and Duncan have nothing on Ferne and George,’ Ferne said of the amusing duet.
Some viewers were loving the pair’s performance…
Others weren’t so encouraging of Ferne’s future music career…
What do you think – should Ferne be on the next X Factor? Or how about a guest performance with Union J? Then again, the talented duo showcased further skills, going on to launch a fantasy radio station.
‘Hi guys we have a packed show for you today as we have Tony Hadley from Spandau Ballet here,’ said George. ‘The boredom is sending us all a bit crazy, especially today, we’re doc rally,’ said Tony, laughing at George and Ferne’s double act.
Choreographer Brian Friedman – who was later voted out of the competition – was also invited on the imaginary show, before being ‘cut-off’ after he failed to recall the words to Spandau Ballet’s ‘True’ during a ‘Guess the lyrics’ competition. ‘I’d rather be a phone in guest and they ask me about my day. I got hung up on because I didn’t know the words to True,’ he said grumpily to the camera.
Ferne finished the show saying: ‘Tune in tomorrow, we are live on air until….well…whenever we want to be.’ We can’t wait for the next brilliant instalment, guys! Maybe Ferne could guest-star as a rap act?