I’m A Celeb star Frankie Bridge’s ‘secret signal’ to Loose Women unveiled on ITV show
Frankie Bridge has been sending "secret signals" to her Loose Women panellists while taking part on I'm A Celebrity 2021.
Speaking on Thursday's edition of the ITV chat show, Kaye Adams revealed that Frankie, 32, had been sending messages to her co-star friends by using special body movements.
Kaye, 58, explained that they had arranged for Frankie to perform a "jiggle of the shoulder" to show she was thinking of her Loose Women friends while in Gwrych Castle.
The presenter said: "Who was paying close attention to I'm A Celebrity this week. You might not have spotted this, the secret signal that Frankie said she would make to say that she was thinking of us Loose Ladies.
"Now, are you watching?"
It then showed a clip of Frankie at the I'm A Celebrity campfire as Ant and Dec called her name to which she wiggled her shoulders and pulled a face.
Pointing out the "secret signal", Kaye said: "See that little jiggle of the shoulder – that is it, she was practising before she went in. Here we go, proof!"
It then showed a pre-recorded video of Frankie before entering the ITV competition as she performed the same shoulder wiggle and face.
Replaying the moment again, Kaye said: "Look closely, let's see again, this is when Ant and Dec say her name, this is her little signal to the Loose Women ladies!"
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The rest of the panellists then practised doing the same move together in the ITV studios.
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