The latest series of Channel 4’s popular Celebrity Hunted is back on our screens – and there’s a familiar area a pair are currently hiding.
Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke and his husband Gareth are among fugitive celebrity pairs on the run from a team of experts trying to find them.
The latest episode, which aired tonight, showed the couple on the run in Padstow.
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But some people are furious because people didn’t recognize the location.
One person tweeted: ‘Like people can’t recognize Padstow! Give your face a wobbling cocky g** #CelebrityHunted’
Another said: “Why the hell didn’t they post their Padstow video after going somewhere else??! #CelebrityHunted”
But it’s no surprise the pair were in Padstow as they were spotted in Cornwall during filming last summer.
Anyone who spotted the celebrity couple has been urged to call out with a potential reward for anyone who can provide information that led to their capture – although obviously some fans are hoping they win the contest they have. therefore may have chosen to remain silent on the observations. .
Hunted HQ posted a “WANTED” poster on Twitter that morning featuring the faces of Ollie and Gareth, and information on who to contact if anyone spots them.
Although the team were actively looking for the pair, Hunted HQ explained that they were fugitives on the run from the Channel 4 series and therefore there was no need to approach them or attempt to find them. apprehend.
A post on Twitter said the Made in Chelsea star and her husband were spotted at Foxhole, near St Austell, around 9.30am on September 16.
Previous seasons of Celebrity Hunted have seen Georgia Toffolo and Stanley Johnson – originally from Penzance – paired up with Plymouth MP Johnny Mercer, who was paired with Sky News’ Kay Burley.
Mercer actually won and managed to evade capture, despite capturing Burley. Other celebrities such as Spencer Matthews and Jamie Laing, Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay, AJ Pritchard are among those who have taken up the challenge for charity.
The aim of the show is to remain hidden for 14 days, and much like the regular Hunted show with unknown civilians vying for prize money – famous faces film themselves as they go to extreme lengths in an attempt to escape capture from expert hunters – who have an array of methods and technologies.
For celebrities raising money for Stand Up To Cancer instead of pocketing a potentially split pot – it’s all about keeping a low profile, avoiding social media and cellphones and making sure they have always one step ahead of the hunting team.
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