Peter Crouch Hilariously Confirms He's Not A Luxury Item On 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here'
It's official, Peter Crouch is NOT a luxury item.
Before entering the jungle, 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here' stars can bring in one special item of their choice to take in with them.
What's Harry Redknapp's luxury item?
Well, unfortunately, it's not 'Crouchy'.
The ex-Portsmouth striker brilliantly posted on social media, confirming he's not a luxury item.
Can I just state on record pls . I am not a luxury item #imacelebrity
- Peter Crouch (@petercrouch) November 13, 2018
"Can I just state on record pls . I am not a luxury item #imacelebrity," he wrote on Twitter.
You're not fooling us Crouchy :wink: pic.twitter.com/kr9jNUUObn
- Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) November 13, 2018
That's what Niko Kranjcar is for.
- Lilywhite Spurs (@Lilywhite_Spurs) November 13, 2018
Well ya know, Croowwwwwcheeee, I have to disagree. Top, top lad, real family man, triffic in the air, fantastic touch for a big lad. That's pure luxury ya know.
- Sir Paul Skinback (@MrPaulSkinback) November 13, 2018
He's gone with Defoe mate as he takes up less space on the hammock
- lee wainwright (@daddywicka) November 13, 2018
Crouch isn't the only footballer brunt of a few jokes.
Niko Kranjcar has been the subject of many, many jokes after Redknapp was revealed to be going into I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here' but Rafael van der Vaart has produced some quite incredible content in response to his former manager's appearance.
The Dutchman signed for Redknapp's Spurs in 2010 for a bargain price of £8 million and played the best football of his career in North London.
In two full seasons, he scored 28 goals in all competitions and was a key part of the Spurs side that reached the Champions League quarter finals.
van der Vaart recently announced his retirement from football after injury problems but joked about regretting that decision after seeing his former gaffer head into the jungle.
The 35-year old went further by posting screenshots of missed calls from 'Arry' and ITV.
Oh I should've never announced my retirement... pic.twitter.com/wKOs8fSKnQ
- Rafael van der Vaart (@rafvdvaart) November 13, 2018