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Tony Bellew’s live reaction to finding out Everton beat Chelsea is so, so good

Tony Bellew’s live reaction to finding out Everton beat Chelsea is so, so good

Tony Bellew, a lifelong Everton fan, was named runner-up on the latest series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.

Tony Bellew left viewers in stitches on Sunday night when he reacted to Everton's 2-0 win over Chelsea on the final episode of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.

The lifelong Everton supporter, who has won the hearts of millions in recent weeks, was eventually announced as the runner-up to Made in Chelsea star Sam Thompson.

Bellew was certainly gracious in defeat. In fact, the former WBC cruiserweight champion was fully behind Thompson's win and even predicted the outcome at the start of December.

"Right, I'm not going to lie, I predicted this 10 days ago," Bellew said as he sat next to Thompson. "We climbed into coffins and I am not joking, I got snakes, Nick [Pickard] got snakes, Nella [Rose] got cockroaches.

"Guess who was up next? Sam. Guess what he got? Frogs. 10 days ago I predicted, the king is here, and I am bang on.

This is your king of the jungle, no matter what anyone says, your king of the jungle is here and he got frogs."

Before the result was officially announced, Ant & Dec interviewed the pair as they discussed their antics in Australia's Outback.

And it was here when Bellew found out about Everton's most recent win over Chelsea, where goals from Abdoulaye Doucoure and Lewis Dobbin sealed a hard-fought victory for Sean Dyche's men.

Check out his incredible reaction below:

As you can see from the footage above, Dec informs the former professional boxer of Everton's latest victory.

"Yes! Get in there!" says Bellew as he sat next to Chelsea fan Thompson. "Get in there, get in here, son. Up the Toffees! That's what it's about, get in there. That's three wins on the bounce!"

Bellew went on to invite eventual winner Thompson round to his house for Christmas this year.

He said: "My son is six foot four [inches] and he could take him but I know he'll be like, 'Dad, can we keep him?' and do you know what, I've never lied to him in my life and I'll tell him, 'Yes you can.'"

Sam, taken aback by the comment, asked him if he could come over for Christmas dinner, Tony added: "Of course you can, mate."

Thoughts on Bellew's time in the jungle? Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Tony Bellew, Boxing, Everton, Premier League, Chelsea