Keira Got Busted For Smuggling Forbidden Items Into The ‘I’m A Celeb’ Jungle!

2017-02-17 01:31:17Z
Zoe Pana
Zoe Pana

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Dude, she’s been in the jungle for like two days and already camp has switched from celeb heart-to-heart sessions to ‘wtf Keira?’ bonding.  

Of all the things you could smuggle into the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle… Keira chose to bring an eyelash brush. 


Firstly, wtf is an eyelash brush without mascara? Like go hard or go home. 

Secondly, you’re going on I’m A Celeb, just give up trying to look good, it ain’t gonna happen. 

Thirdly, smuggle in something better! If you’re going to break the rules, may as well break ‘em - a packet of Twisties, your phone, the full eye-makeup kit, anything!  

Here’s what went down.  

Keira openly started brushing her lashes for all to see, including the cameras, so a letter was sent to camp demanding all contraband be handed in. 

The celebs were sent a letter reading:

Campmates, there is contraband in camp. You will be pardoned of your violations if all contraband is surrendered and placed in the bin immediately. If not, you will all face the consequences.”  

This is when Keira randomly turned to a paper bag and pulled out Biltong Spice (?) and fessed up to her illegal package.  

The producers then had to send another letter that read something like this: ‘Wtf is this spice? Hand in your eyelash brush Keira!’  

After finally handing in the brush, she was forced to separate grains of sand and lentils into two separate jars, without talking or eating any. 

Lisa was psyched about the punishment -

And Steve was still wondering what an eyelash eyebrow brush was -

Although this was all riveting television, it still hasn’t beat the infamous Granola Bar Scandal Of Survivor: Amazon 2003 on the drama scale. 

Image: Network Ten 

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