I’m A Celeb’s Boy George’s rider includes green juice in quarantine before heading into camp | The Sun

CULTURE Club singer Boy George has requested lots of green juice while in quarantine ahead of entering the jungle.

The vegan pop icon, 61, landed in Brisbane Airport wearing a novelty lion mask in the early hours of the morning, but refused to confirm if he was taking part in I’m A Celebrity.

George has however put his requests into ITV bosses – who are making all of this year’s stars go into lockdown before heading into camp amid continuing Covid concerns.

Asked what he was asked for, George told The Sun: "Lots of green juice."

The star however insisted he wasn’t there for the ITV show, telling us: "I'm here to do a version of the Lion Queen."

Quizzed about if the mask will be staying on inside the camp, he said: "Let's hope so."

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When pushed on whether he would eat any creepy crawlies in the jungle or if he was simply a "vegan lion", he added: "I'm a Lion Queen, I have told you," before insisting: "I love all creatures."

The singer, who scored huge hits in the 1980s with Karma Chameleon and Do You Really Want To Hurt Me, also confirmed he would be meditating on the show which will start with 10 celebrities.

Presenters Ant McPartlin, 46, and Declan Donnelly, 47, touched down this week as the show returns Down Under for the first time in two series following the Covid pandemic.

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Speaking about Ant and Dec, George said: "I love them both."

George, who became a highly successful club DJ following his pop career, joins the stars who have already arrived on the Gold Coast including radio DJ Chris Moyles, Love Island's Olivia Attwood and the show's first ever royal Mike Tindall.

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