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Tuesday 28 July 2015

Simone 'bottom of the jungle'

Published 25/11/2013 | 22:26

Vincent Simone boasted he had once been named Rear of the Year
Vincent Simone boasted he had once been named Rear of the Year

Dancer Vincent Simone has launched a cheeky bid to be named top of the bottoms in this year's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here.

The former Strictly star danced around the camp in a pair of leopard print trunks and gave fellow contestant Annabel Giles a rude awakening.

She told the camp: " Oh my god this is a hell of a thing to wake up to, I opened my eyes and at eye level was Vincent's leopard print bottom, front and back. "

She then told Vincent that he had the best bottom in the camp, but not content with that he boasted " I have the best bottom in the UK".

But snooker champ Steve Davis butted in, telling the camp: " You haven't seen me! There may be a bit of bottom envy among the men here. Every bloke likes to think his bottom's quite nice."

He told Annabel: "I'm not boasting but back in the Eighties I won Rear of the Year."

"It was all that bending over the snooker table, it developed your bottom beautifully," she said. "So we've two winners of Rear of the Year here because Vincent won it last year. Next year he wants to be front of the year!"

Former Westlife star Kian Egan did not take the challenge sitting down either, saying: " Vincent isn't quite the arse that he thinks he is, I could give him a bit of a run for his money."

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