I'm A Celeb fans 'spot mobile phone' on Sue Cleaver – but is it all it seems? | The Sun

EAGLE-EYED I'm A Celebrity fans were left convinced that they "spotted a mobile phone" on Sue Cleaver last night.

Viewers of the ITV competition flooded social media to speculate that the Coronation Street star was carrying a banned item.

Sue, 59, was seen using a small device in scenes on the show on Sunday, quickly mistaking it for a mobile phone as they flooded social media.

The celebrities are banned from any contact with the outside world during their stay in the jungle – with phones confiscated upon entry.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote alongside a screen grab from the show: "Who's noticed the mobile phone on I'm A Celebrity."

A second said; "Did I just see Sue holding a phone as Seann and Boy George were talking on I'm A Celeb?"


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Another chimed in: "Just saw Sue using a mobile phone," as a fourth agreed: "I really thought Sue had a phone there."

However, not all was as it seemed as it was revealed the small device was used by the star to check her blood sugar levels.

Sue – who suffers from Type 2 Diabetes – uses the gadget alongside a glucose monitor patch that she wears on her arm.

"It's her diabetic monitor," another viewer explained in response to the outcry on social media about the supposed contraband.

Sue's diabetes was revealed earlier in the show when she was seen wearing a patch on her arm to monitor her glucose levels.

In 2011 Sue was taken to hospital after collapsing on the Coronation Street set before being diagnosed with diabetes.

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A source told The Sun at the time: "Sue was looking pretty off at around 9am just as we were getting things ready for filming.

"Then all of a sudden she just seemed to collapse and everyone was panicking. The on-site medics were called and they were very quick to get to her."

Type 2 diabetes is when your pancreas makes insulin that does not work properly, or your pancreas cannot make enough insulin.

Sue monitors her condition using a Dexcom GCM system, which monitors her blood sugar levels through the day and night.

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