Culture Club singer Boy George believed he could have won ITV's hit reality show, I'm A Celerity…Get Me Out of Here!, despite saying that he was "ready" to go home, an expert has confirmed.
The 61 year old hitmaker became the latest celeb to leave the famous Australian jungle on Tuesday night (November 22), after receiving the fewest number of votes from the public.
But from analysing his response to his abrupt eviction, body language expert and celebrity psychic Inbaal Honigman is convinced that there is more than meets the eye regarding his behaviour.
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Although Boy George remained positive during his exit, Inbaal believes he showed signs of nervousness, uncertainty and shock.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, Inbaal said: "George is a positive person through and through, and he focuses often on remaining positive – we've seen him in the jungle removing himself from negative situations, stepping away from confrontation, meditating, using 'EFT' tapping to calm his emotions.
"He's shown his commitment to being truthful and happy throughout, so why is he coming out of the experience a little shaky? He may have been expecting to win it.
"All the uncertainty that his body language is showing us, may well amount to the one thing that shocks him – that he's out, not as the winner, but as a participant."
Inbaal also believes George demonstrated uncertainty when he crossed over the bridge to meet presenters Ant and Dec for his exit interview.
She said: "Crossing over the bridge, George seems to be feeling uncertain. He touches the rope railings all the way across the bridge, as if he's feeling a bit wobbly – emotionally rather than physically.
Even before he's off the bridge, he emits a little nervous giggle and starts chatting, which demonstrates that he's a little on edge, and uses his voice to soothe him.
The body language expert also believes makes the choice to be happy once he steps off the bridge.
She continued: "His head lowers down for a moment, in contemplation – then up with a positive look ahead, and it is thus, with his chin up, that he steps off the bridge, and it seems that he has decided to be happy, and he expresses his happiness with open arm gestures, broad and demonstrative."
Sharing her thoughts on his interview, Inbaal explained: "He's decided to be happy, judging by his broad gestures and genuine smile at the start of the interview, but he's also in shock, showing us he wasn't expecting to leave when he did.
"He nods his head when he says he's ready, kind of trying to convince himself. But even he's not sure if he's telling the truth. His gaze is unsteady, his voice stops and starts.
"He's truthful, but surprised. His uneven body language tells us that he's taking a moment to regulate his emotions and adjust himself to the situation."
The news comes after Boy George became the first I'm A Celeb evictee to snub press interviews following his departure from this year's series.
The Culture Club singer was scheduled to appear on ITV's Good Morning Britain via video link but failed to do so.
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