I'M a Celebrity viewers are convinced some of the campmates are breaking the rules – by wearing make-up.
Fans have flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts, with Frankie Bridge and Snoochie Shy being at the center of the accusations.
One fumed: "This years series is [poo emoji] they have heating, make up and jewellery it’s just an insult to those who took part in the jungle."
Another said: "#ImACeleb is way to easy this year and you can see that they are having their hair and make up done and so far have won every challenge."
And singling out Frankie, 32, and Snoochie, 29, someone wrote: "Is Frankie just really pretty or does she have make up on all the time." And one viewer commented: "Where is Snoochie getting her makeup (lipstick) from? Wouldn’t that be a luxury??"
It's not the first time the ladies – and Frankie and Snoochie in particular – in camp have been accused of wearing make-up this series.
Make-up is banned from camp and falls into the category of items including mobile phones and watches, as celebs taking part are forced to go back to basics and live without luxuries.
However the rules have been bent before.
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In 2017 Georgia Toffolo was given a special pass to wear products on her face because of her acne.
She told us at the time: "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.”
As well as make-up, other banned items include food, salt and pepper, pillows, make-up, cycling shorts, extra underwear, phones, books, messages from family, clocks and writing materials.
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