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'I'm A Celebrity' 2016: Vicky Pattison Makes Awkward Blunder During 'Extra Camp' Presenting Debut

Somebody got their ITV2 spin-off shows confused, didn't they?

14/11/2016 14:16

Vicky Pattison’s debut on ‘I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp’ didn’t exactly get off to a flying start on Sunday (13 November) night.

The former ‘Geordie Shore’ star made an unfortunate blunder on the first edition of the new series, when she seemingly forgot which show she was presenting. 

Clearly getting her ITV2 spin-off shows in a muddle, Vicky accidentally referred to ‘Extra Camp’ as ‘Xtra Factor’ during one segment, where viewers where invited to ask questions. 

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Vicky Pattison made a whoopsie on 'I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp'

Quizzing one caller on the line, she asked: “Are you enjoying the show? Do you love the new ‘Xtra Factor’?”

Awks. 

Having realised her mistake, the reigning Queen Of The Jungle fell about laughing with co-hosts Joe Swash and Stacey Solomon.

Her slip-up did also not go unnoticed by ‘Xtra Factor’ host Rylan Clark-Neal, who tweeted: 

However, Vicky - who actually made her own eyebrow-raising appearance on ‘The Xtra Factor’ last month - is in good company when it comes to ballsing up a presenting debut.

Who could forget when Emma Willis famously said ‘Big Brother’ was still airing on Channel 4 during her first live show of the Channel 5 era?

Our toes still curl watching that one, but hey, look at her now. 

Vicky was announced as one of the new co-hosts of the revamped ‘I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!’ companion show last month, alongside Joe, Stacey and comedian Chris Ramsay. 

Their first show also received a mixed reaction from fans, with some disappointed not to have former host Laura Whitmore back on screen: 

’Extra Camp’ wasn’t without its fans though, with many other viewers praising the new foursome:

’I’m A Celebrity’ continues tonight at 9pm on ITV, with ‘Extra Camp’ following straight after on ITV2. 

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