Grace Dent’s co-star reveals exit theory after she shockingly quit I’m A Celebrity

Gregg Wallace has shared his theory about MasterChef co-star Grace Dent's shock decision to quit I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! after just one week.

TV presenter Greg, 59, co-hosts MasterChef with celebrity chef John Torode and food critic Grace, 50, regularly appears on the TV show as a guest judge. It was announced on Monday, 27 November, that Grace had exited the I'm A Celeb jungle on "medical grounds".

Greg has now revealed his thoughts on Grace's premature departure from the jungle, revealing he doesn't believe she would have left due to the food as she has "eaten some really bad food" on MasterChef over the years.

"I have heard she has left. I don't know why she has left. John Torode told me about it. I hope she is OK. I don't know whether being a foodie makes it hard when you go into the jungle. I hope she is OK though," Gregg said.

He added: "Listen she has been a guest judge on MasterChef many times and I am sure she can cope with a bit of dodgy food in the jungle. I don't think that is the reason she has gone."

Gregg went on to say that due to the nature of Grace's job as a restaurant critic, she wouldn't have been put off by the food in the jungle.

"I don't think she has a strict diet. She has been a restaurant critic for years and years and has eaten some really bad food. That would not have been it. That would so not have been it. I have stood beside while she has cut into semi raw chicken. There is no way that would have out her off," he stated.

While the I'm A Celebrity jungle may not have been for Grace, Gregg is very eager to take part in the hit ITV show in the future, despite not being approached yet.

The TV star also said he feels he "would be fine" in camp as he is an "enthusiastic carnivore", and wouldn't be troubled by the prospect of taking on a Bushtucker Trial.

"I would love to go into the jungle. I have never been approached unless my agent has not told me about," Gregg said. "I would go into the jungle. I probably would do it yes. Those Bushtucker trials don't trouble me at all. I have eaten far worse in 20 years of MasterChef."

He added: "I get on with everybody so I would be fine in camp as I normally just talk about me. It is my natural default position. But Fred [Sirieix] is out there and even though he is front of house he is a very good cook. I am a very enthusiastic carnivore so I would love it."

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