I’m A Celeb: Jill Scott wants dinner with Princess Diana served by a nude David Beckham

Jill Scott promo photo for I'm A Celebrity. (ITV)

I’m A Celebrity‘s Jill Scott’s dream dinner guest list is a chaotic and camp as you might expect.

Comedian Seann Walsh asked his fellow campmates who they’d invite to dinner in Thursday (24 November) night’s I’m A Celeb, asking: “‘What about guests at the dinner party – let’s say one alive, one dead, one fictional, who you going for?”

The former Lioness was ready to go with her answer, replying: “Joey from Friends, Princess Diana and Roy Keane.”

Jill Scott explained: “Princess Diana, just such an inspirational woman, I just want to hear the whole story,”

Fans saw it as yet more confirmation that Jill Scott is the new queen of hearts.

“Ar Di would have absolutely loved Jill Scott and they’d have swapped numbers for WhatsApp,” one fan joked.

While another added: Jill saying she wants Princess Diana at her dinner party certifies her as my winner.”

Others pointed out the awkwardness of Scott bringing up Diana in front a member of the Royal family, the Queen’s grandson-in-law Mike Tindall.

“Notice how they didn’t show us Mike’s face when Jill mentioned Diana,” someone pointed out.

Another fan argued: All these people wondering how Jill can say she’d want Princess Diana at her fantasy dinner in front of Mike. I’m sure he would have loved to have met her too. She was a classy, humanitarian phenomenon. He’s not royal.”

Scott also thirsted over David Beckham, asking if she could have him as a naked chef.

Walsh replied: “Why not?! He’s allowed an apron but no clothes underneath.”

“Perfect party,” Jill quipped, telling The Bush Telegraph: “I think if Beckham was in the buff in anybody’s kitchen I don’t think anybody would be concentrating on the food.”
Given the fact that contestants are separated from any contact with the outside world, many pointed out that Scott had missed the recent controversy Beckham has been caught up in.

Since the FIFA Qatar World Cup started, Beckham has faced intense scrutiny over his reported $150 million deal with Qatar, which has strong anti-LGBTQ+ laws.

He has refused to back out despite pressure from people such a Joe Lycett.

“It makes me so sad that Jill looked up to Beckham so much as a kid and as a queer woman she’ll have to see him supporting homophobia,” one fan wrote previously.

I’m A Celebrity reaches its end on Sunday, and many believe Scott will be crowned Queen of the Jungle with her universal popularity.

I’m A Celebrity…. Get Me Out Of Here airs everyday at 9pm on ITV.