Danny Miller has been in the I'm A Celebrity castle for a matter of hours, but has already fallen in love with campmate David Ginola.
Speaking on the ITV show, set in Gwrych Castle in Wales for the second year in a row, former Emmerdale actor Danny, 30, declared his admiration of the ex-footballer David, 54.
Set with the task of lighting a log fire, Danny and Richard Madeley were having no luck getting any flames, until the ex-Tottenham Hotspur legend saved the day (or evening). Danny was seen cheering on his former footballer campmate as if he was on the terraces himself.
After Danny joined the yellow team in the clink, he cried: "Get in there David. Go on David Ginola! Well done lads. Well done boys."
In classy style David, who had plenty of modelling shoots in his time as a footballer, coolly replied: "We got fire baby."
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After the log fire success Danny told the Castle's Bush Telegraph about his new man crush.
He swooned: "I feel like Richard Madeley has gone for the header, hit the post and David Ginola has just rifled it into the top left hand corner."
The Emmerdale star shared his love of his French 54 year old campmate. Danny said: "David Ginola is still a bit of an icon for me. He's just still so cool and just good looking, I hope I look like him at his age. Because he's just fit isn't he?"
Fans of the smooth operator headed to Twitter to agree with Danny as one tweeted: "Phwoaaaaar! He’s even a gorgeous old man #Ginola #ImACeleb."
Another added: "Woww Ginola is still a total babe."
The Frenchman may have removed his famous long locks, but fans believe he has kept his charisma and aged like a fine wine. As a third fan tweeted: "David Ginola is a silver fox. With an accent. PHWOR."
In an eventful first show of the series for Danny, he threw up in his mouth three times, bungee jumped off a cliff and was then voted to take part in The Castle’s Dreaded Diner challenge.
David on the other hand had fans in stitches as he joked with Arlene Phillips during their Hell Hole Challenge. David cheekily sang Come On Eileen and then declared that he "cannot find a hole" before celebrating with "I have my finger in the hole!"
Those antics meant the Frenchman became the joint favourite with Frankie Bridge to win the entire show as the first episode aired.
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