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Ant and Dec DEFEND Beverley Callard over ongoing ‘fake veganism’ claims

Ant and Dec DEFEND Beverley Callard over ongoing ‘fake veganism’ claims… as they confirm THAT Scotch Egg was animal product-free

Ant and Dec have come to Beverley Callard‘s defense after she has been repeatedly accused of ‘faking her veganism’ on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here. 

Her dietary requirements caused ruffles on social media again during Monday night’s episode when the camp were rewarded with scotch eggs, which she speedily quaffed alongside her other celebrity contestants.

When a Twitter user penned: ‘Well well well Beverly… was that scotch egg vegan?’, Dec took to the presenting duo’s joint Twitter account to defend the Coronation Street legend, 63, writing: ‘She got a vegan one tbf. D #imacelebrity’. 

Oh dear! Ant and Dec have come to Beverley Callard’s defense after she has been repeatedly accused of ‘faking her veganism’ on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here

Stop! When a Twitter user penned: 'Well well well Beverly... was that scotch egg vegan?', Dec took to the presenting duo's joint Twitter account to defend the Coronation Street legend, 63, writing: 'She got a vegan one tbf. D #imacelebrity'

Stop! When a Twitter user penned: ‘Well well well Beverly… was that scotch egg vegan?’, Dec took to the presenting duo’s joint Twitter account to defend the Coronation Street legend, 63, writing: ‘She got a vegan one tbf. D #imacelebrity’

Since entering the show, Beverley has claimed she turned vegan in March, just a few months before the start of the ITV series, but has baffled viewers after appearing to tuck into non vegan meals and treats in camp.

Her veganism meant she has swerved arguably the worst dishes in the notorious eating trial, but confused fans again as she appeared to enjoy a scotch egg.

After Jordan and Ruthie chose the treat over chocolate mini eggs in the day’s Castle Coin Challenge, the whole camp were seen tucking into the treat. 

A typical Scotch egg usually consists of a hard boiled egg wrapped in pork sausage meat and then dipped in bread crumbs. 

Confused: Her dietary requirements caused ruffles on social media again during Monday night's episode when the camp were rewarded with scotch eggs, which she speedily quaffed alongside her other celebrity contestants

Confused: Her dietary requirements caused ruffles on social media again during Monday night’s episode when the camp were rewarded with scotch eggs, which she speedily quaffed alongside her other celebrity contestants

Viewers took to Twitter in droves to question if vegan Beverley should be allowed the snack, with one tweeting: ‘Is Bev only vegan when it comes to the trials? I see her eating that scotch egg.’

‘Bev, the scotch egg, eel eating, squirrel eating, meat eating, vegan’ teased another.

Others used memes of the Gavin & Stacey character Pam who famously pretends in the show to be a vegetarian only to get caught out.  

Baffled: Viewers took to Twitter in droves to question if vegan Beverley should be allowed the snack, with one tweeting: 'Is Bev only vegan when it comes to the trials?'

Baffled: Viewers took to Twitter in droves to question if vegan Beverley should be allowed the snack, with one tweeting: ‘Is Bev only vegan when it comes to the trials?’

Bev has sparked questions from fans about her sudden change to a vegan diet since entering the I’m A Celeb castle. 

And even the actress’ on-screen son Simon Gregson has admitted he’s not convinced by her sudden change to a healthy lifestyle. 

The Coronation Street star, 46, who has played Liz McDonald’s son Steve for 31 years, joked he ‘must be a mango’ if Beverley has really decided to become a vegan, hinting she could be trying to swerve some of the show’s more disgusting dishes. 

Speaking on Friday’s Loose Women, Simon told the panel that it’s likely Beverley decided to go vegan given her daughter follows the same diet.

Really? Bev's on-screen son Simon Gregson has admitted he's not convinced by her sudden decision to go vegan ahead of her stint on the show

Really? Bev’s on-screen son Simon Gregson has admitted he’s not convinced by her sudden decision to go vegan ahead of her stint on the show

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