I'm A Celeb: The major rule Danny Miller broke, throwing production into chaos

Emmerdale star Danny Miller’s family were so desperate to give him a boost this week that they broke a key I’m A Celeb rule.

It seems the I’m A Celeb campmates aren’t the only ones trying to bend the show’s rules this series. On Thursday morning, a plane flying a banner with a message of support for I’m A Celeb campmate Danny Miller was flown over Gwrych Castle. The message read ‘DANNY MILLER 2 WIN #IMACELEB LOVE PUFALUMP.’ The Mirror reports that the stunt was organized by Danny’s family.

Danny Miller’s aerial message

A source told The Mirror:

It seemed like the idea was to fly over the castle in the hope Danny or a contestant would see it and pass on the message to boost his morale. It will also have flown over some towns in North Wales which won’t do his chances of becoming King Of The Jungle any harm either.

Producers managed to usher the campmates into an indoor area of the castle to ensure that none of them saw the aerial message. A key part of I’m A Celeb is that the campmates aren’t supposed to have any contact with the outside world—other than the letters from their families that they can win in a challenge towards the end of the show.

Will Danny Miller win I’m A Celeb?

Who knows? We’ve still got a week and a bit left of this series, and there’s everything to play for. That being said, Danny isn’t currently a favourite to win the show. The bookies are currently backing Coronation Street’s Simon Gregson, followed by football legend David Ginola. Ex-Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge comes in third-favourite, while Danny is fourth in the odds. The final episode of I’m A Celeb 2021 is set to take place on Sunday 12 December.

I'm A Celeb: Why Danny Miller didn't break the show's rules outside castle I'm A Celeb: Why Danny Miller didn't break the show's rules outside castle