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Why I’m A Celeb stars Adam and Symon never feared Gogglebox comment repercussions in the jungle 

EXCLUSIVE: Why I’m A Celeb stars Adam Densten and Symon Lovett never feared repercussions from their comments on Gogglebox coming back to bite them in the jungle

They spent five years poking fun of celebrities and reality TV stars as couch commentators on Gogglebox Australia.

But Adam Densten and Symon Lovett never once feared their past comments would come back to bite them on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the duo said that their co-stars were the least of their concerns when signing up for the show.

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EXCLUSIVE: Why I’m A Celeb stars Adam Densten (left) and Symon Lovett (right) never feared repercussions from their comments on Gogglebox coming back to bite them in the jungle

Physiotherapists Symon and Adam made their Gogglebox debut during the show’s first season on Channel 10 and Foxtel in 2015, but announced their departure in November 2019 after five years and 10 seasons.

Symon said: ‘We were lucky because we were on Gogglebox for such a long time, we had forgotten everything that we’d said about everybody.’

‘We generally go for the volume approach; saying a lot of thing about a lot of people. There wasn’t any a particular standouts, which was nice. It was comforting, almost like ignorance is bliss,’ he joked.  

‘Also, I think it’s all pretty good-natured stuff [on Gogglebox]. We’re not the most offensive guys getting around – or we at least try not to be,’ Adam added.  

'It was comforting, almost like ignorance is bliss': The duo said they believed all their Gogglebox comments were 'pretty good-natured' and joked they had forgotten about any 'particular standout' comments to worry about

‘It was comforting, almost like ignorance is bliss’: The duo said they believed all their Gogglebox comments were ‘pretty good-natured’ and joked they had forgotten about any ‘particular standout’ comments to worry about

'We think we were kind': The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield joked on the I'm A Celeb page when the boys' arrival in the jungle was teased with: '*googles “Adam and Symon bachelor 2019”*'

‘We think we were kind’: The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield joked on the I’m A Celeb page when the boys’ arrival in the jungle was teased with: ‘*googles “Adam and Symon bachelor 2019”*’

The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield even joked on the I’m A Celebrity page when the boys’ arrival in the jungle was teased, commenting: ‘*googles “Adam and Symon bachelor 2019”*’

Adam chose to respond, even though filming had well and truly wrapped, writing: ‘we think we were kind? We hope…’

Instead, Adam said the biggest concern for the pair was that they were literally trading in the creature comforts of Gogglebox for creepy crawlies, cold showers, camp beds and much less food than they’d have available at home.  

Giving back: The pair, who have been friends since 2013, have teamed up with Canadian Club and Empty Esky to promote local road trips to much-needed regional communities affected by the devastating bushfires and coronavirus pandemic

Giving back: The pair, who have been friends since 2013, have teamed up with Canadian Club and Empty Esky to promote local road trips to much-needed regional communities affected by the devastating bushfires and coronavirus pandemic

Meanwhile, Adam and Symon are on a road trip across regional Australia to support towns affected by the devastating bushfires and coronavirus pandemic.

The pair, who have been friends since 2013, have teamed up with Canadian Club and Empty Esky to promote much-needed local travel to local communities.  

‘If you get the change to go on holidays, try go regional, because the people need you to support those towns,’ Adam said.

Summer checklist: Adam and Symon encourage fans to follow their journey as they uncover some of the best people, places, pubs and pies in the country

Summer checklist: Adam and Symon encourage fans to follow their journey as they uncover some of the best people, places, pubs and pies in the country

Symon added: ‘Travelling regionally is the ultimate guilt-free, because you feel good for spending your money there and you also get all this stuff back in return and support regional communities.’

Throughout summer, Adam and Symon encourage fans to follow their journey as they uncover some of the best people, places, activities, and pubs in the country. 

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues Monday from 7.30pm on 10 

Tune in: I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! continues Monday from 7.30pm on 10

Tune in: I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues Monday from 7.30pm on 10

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