ITV I’m A Celeb star Tony Bellews appearance drastically changes – and fans work out why
I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! fans were left scratching their heads after noticing a big change in Tony Bellew's appearance on Friday night's episode.
Some clips showed him with his usual handlebar moustache, but in others, it seemed to have vanished.
Fans quickly took to Twitter to comment on the change, as reported in Manchester Evening News. One viewer asked: "So Tony has been to Turkish barber in the break?", while another wondered: "Where is Tony's moustache". A third noted: "Tony moustache just disappeared."
Some viewers loved the new look as one fan gushed: "Tony looks so cute without the moustache" and another shared: "Nothing has made me happier this week than Tony shaving his tache."
But not everyone was pleased as one viewer quipped: "What's happened to Tony Bellew's iconic moustache?!! No mention of it on the show, this is a huge moment people, I already miss it.".
Another said: "Tony shaving is like when you're a baby and u see your dads shaved face for the first time I feel upset."
The show didn't acknowledge the change, but some fans speculated it might be related to Movember.
One viewer realised: "Just noticed Tony's moustache was for Movember and not as a fashion choice, thank god", another added: "OHHHH Tony must have been doing Movember. It's December 1st you wallies."
One fan linked this to a funny bit in Friday's episode where Sam Thompson let one rip in Tony's face. An angry Tony said it could have "blown his tache off". A user commented on X: "Looks like Sam has farted the tash off of Tony's face."
The new look comes as the I'm A Celeb camp wraps up on a week of drama which saw Jamie-Lynn Spears and Grace Dent leave the jungle in Australia for good.
The food critic, 50, left the I'm A Celebrity jungle after just one week, with ITV announcing her departure in a statement on Monday, 27 November.
Jamie Lynn's exit followed a few days later. The 32 year old American actress and singer exited the show "on medical grounds".
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