I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! fans outside of the UK have been sharing advice on how to vote for her ‘illegally’ to keep her in the jungle.
The singer has been providing a load of entertainment while living it up Down Under, having only last night admitting how Louis Walsh ‘forced her to audition’ for Girls Aloud.
Nadine is a global star with many supporters around the world, but a number of them can’t use the ITV app to vote for her.
Despite this issue, many internet wizzes have been able to use virtual private networks (VPN) to ‘illegally’ vote for their favourite campmate and have even been sharing advice for others to do the same.
One fan account dedicated to Nadine, who was born in Londonderry, shared tips with another Twitter user about how to vote outside of the UK.
‘VPN is your friend,’ they posted, before adding: ‘You need a VPN to trick the app you’re in the UK.’
While using a VPN service isn’t illegal in the UK or the US, and they can be used to overcome geographical restrictions online.
But using them in this way is illegal and the I’m A Celebrity app states this in the terms and conditions.
The I’m A Celebrity voting system has already come under fire once this series and caused backlash when Adele Roberts was eliminated.
Last week, the wording on the app led to issues as fans didn’t know whether they were selecting their favourite campmate to stay or to leave the show.
As a result, presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly revealed that the app results had been disregarded and that only the phone votes were taken into consideration.
Adele was kicked out of the jungle and later addressed the technical mishap.
‘Maybe it counted against me but I kinda feel whatever will be will be,’ she said.
‘I have made peace with that and all I wanted to do was make sure I stayed for the 14 days and I said last night if I got to stay it was a bonus.’
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV.
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