I’m A Celebrity fans in hysterics as they mistake David’s ‘focus’ for swear word on ITV show

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans were left in hysterics after mishearing David Ginola’s words of encouragement during Thursday night's show.

As the camp's new "Lords" Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson took on an introductory challenge, the former footballer shouted "focus" at the duo – but fans mistakenly thought the star was swearing.

The French star has been a hit with both audiences and other contestants alike, as both Danny Miller and Arlene Phillips have gossiped about having a crush on David.

As the latest scenes aired, many viewers of the ITV show took to Twitter to express their amusement.

One tweeted: “Jeez, I actually thought David just swore then, when in fact I think he said "focus" #ImACeleb.”

Another said: “ I thought David was shouting "f*** yous' at the Lords and then realised he was shouting 'focus'."

Earlier this week, David took part in a Trial of his own, competing in the Don't Waste It challenge.

The campmates were tasked with keeping the level of liquid in a tank above a line, with one celebrity from each pair locked inside a cage with the tank.

Shortly after being imprisoned, David decided to strip off – much to Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly's amusement.

Frankie Bridge, who was locked in the cage with David, joked that her husband would be jealous.

"I think Wayne will be quite pleased that there were bars in between David and I in our shower," she quipped.

David remarked: "I took my top off – because I think, why not?"

And fans soon jumped on Twitter to express their love for the French international football star, with one writing: ”Omg David you are hot, couldn't even concentrate on that challenge.”

David is no stranger to reality TV having appeared on both the French version of Dancing With the Stars – in which he came third – and Strictly Come Dancing for Sport Relief in 2018 in the UK.

Speaking about his decision to go on “’m a Celebrity, David said: “When I got offered the chance to do the programme, I thought, ‘why not?’.

"It’s going to be a great experience and it’s the chance to spend three weeks in the Castle doing things you have never done in your life.”

He added: “I know the Geordies! I’ve met Ant and Dec before and I know they are big massive fans of Newcastle United.

"When you play for the club (like I did), all of the fans are amazing and very faithful. Newcastle is very lucky to have fans like them!"

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