I’m A Celeb fans worried over ‘mystery mark’ on Naughty Boy’s face after trials

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans took to Twitter to raise the alarm bell after they'd spotted a mystery mark on Naughty Boy's face.

The 40-year-old record producer, whose real name is Shahid Khan, seemed to have an odd-looking smudge positioned on his cheek.

Eagle-eyed viewers were convinced that the marking had not been there prior to an argument that broke out with Kadeena Cox but had noticed the white smear as things turned heated.

For the second time in the series, Kadeena and Naughty Boy had not seen eye-to-eye when it came to cooking a meal for their fellow campers.

However, fans at home became distracted while watching the pair bicker as the odd stain on the music star's face came into view.

Taking to Twitter, many wanted answers as they requested to know what had happened.

One online user asked: "What's on Naughty Boy's face?!"

"Wtf is on Naughty Boys face?? Can someone tell me??" questioned a second.

While a third added: "What is that on Naughty boys face it looks nasty AF."

On Monday's episode, the para-sport sprinter became the second contestant to leave the Welsh camp – having received the fewest votes from the public.

Speaking to hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly, she said: "I challenge myself in sport, so why not with creepy crawlies."

The first exit aired on Sunday which saw Dame Arlene Phillips become the first celebrity to leave the castle – and she appeared to be quite thrilled about her exit.

While in camp, Arlene explained to other camp members that she really wanted to be reunited with her loved ones.

She said ahead of the public vote announcement: "I'd really like it to be me.

"I have had the most extraordinary time, but I’m ready to go home and I’m not sure everyone else is quite."

I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs weekdays on ITV at 9pm.

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