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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Mo Farah gives Ant and Dec a run for their money with stunning Geordie impression

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Mo Farah can do a brilliant Geordie accent (Picture: ITV)

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmate Mo Farah gave Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly a run for their money as he showcased a stunning Geordie accent in unseen scenes.

The Olympic champion joined by Jordan North, Victoria Derbyshire, AJ Pritchard, and Ruthie Henshall as they sat about trying to do their best impressions of the Newcastle-born presenters – and if there were medals for imitations, he’d win gold.

The hilarious clip, which was shared on the show’s official Twiter page, began with Victoria asking the fellow celebs whether they could mimic a northern accent.

‘I love doing northern!’ Ruthie replied, in a northern twang. ‘I love it.’

‘I really love accents and I can do a few, but I can’t do a Geordie,’ Victoria declared.

‘You have to think of Cheryl Cole,’ Ruthie advised.

 

‘What was it Ant was saying the other night?’ Victoria asked. ‘Critters in your knickers.’

Jordan, AJ, and Ruthie then attempted to repeat the phrase in their best Geordie accents, but their efforts weren’t all that great, let’s be honest.

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Mo gave Ant and Dec a run for their money (Picture: Rex)

Mo’s impression, on the other hand, put the others to shame, and he was heard saying ‘No man!’ and ‘Why aye, man!’ in his finest twang.

Fans were loving the clip with one exclaiming: ‘Mo is a national treasure.’

‘He’s the only one I’ll let off with the attempt of a Geordie accent. The others were useless!’ another added.

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


Credit: Original article published here.

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