Guy Sebastian trolls Shannon Noll on I’m A Celebrity


He’s the affable Aussie rocker who was named as runner up on Monday’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! grand finale.

And Shannon Noll was the subject of some gentle ribbing from his Australian Idol rival Guy Sebastian this Monday. 

In a video message sent to the star prior to the grand finale announcement, Guy took the opportunity to remind Shannon about his narrow Australian Idol loss, in a video message sent to the star prior to the grand finale announcement.

Cheeky: Shannon Noll was the subject of some gentle ribbing from his Australian Idol rival Guy Sebastian on Monday's I'm A Celebrity grand final

Cheeky: Shannon Noll was the subject of some gentle ribbing from his Australian Idol rival Guy Sebastian on Monday's I'm A Celebrity grand final

Cheeky: Shannon Noll was the subject of some gentle ribbing from his Australian Idol rival Guy Sebastian on Monday’s I’m A Celebrity grand final

Taking a break from a round of golf to film his video message, Guy was full of well wishes, initially, for Shannon.

‘G’day, Shannon,’ Guy began. ‘Wishing you luck, mate. Almost at the pointy end. We are doing it tough for you in solidarity, mate.’

Continuing, Guy rubbed some salt in the wounds, reminding Shannon of his Australian Idol silver.

Burned: 'Last time I wished you luck, it was on the Idol stage,' Guy said to Shannon in a video message. 'That didn't pan out very well. Hopefully, it will pan out better this time. Good luck.'

Burned: 'Last time I wished you luck, it was on the Idol stage,' Guy said to Shannon in a video message. 'That didn't pan out very well. Hopefully, it will pan out better this time. Good luck.'

Burned: ‘Last time I wished you luck, it was on the Idol stage,’ Guy said to Shannon in a video message. ‘That didn’t pan out very well. Hopefully, it will pan out better this time. Good luck.’

‘Last time I wished you luck, it was on the Idol stage,’ he said. ‘That didn’t pan out very well. Hopefully, it will pan out better this time. Good luck.’

Fellow grand finalists Fiona O’Loughlin, who was eventually crowned winner, and Danny Green also received words of encouragement from famous friends.

Referencing the Grandmaster Flash hip hop classic The Message, iconic songwriter Paul Kelly wished Fiona well while hoping for a safe return.

Famous pals: Winner Fiona O'Loughlin was given some extra encouragement from iconic songwriter Paul Kelly

Famous pals: Winner Fiona O'Loughlin was given some extra encouragement from iconic songwriter Paul Kelly

Famous pals: Winner Fiona O’Loughlin was given some extra encouragement from iconic songwriter Paul Kelly

‘It is a jungle out there. Makes me wonder how you keep from going under,’ he said. ‘Good luck, Fiona. Hope you make it through. Come home safe. See ya.’

Former professional surfer Mick Fanning shared similarly encouraging words to mate Danny Green.

‘I want to wish you all the best,’ Mick said. ‘I hope the people are voting for you so you can win that money and donate it to Coward Punch Campaign. A great cause and wish you all the best, mate. I will be voting for you. Cheers.’

Shannon, best known on the show for his rendition of the Moving Pictured classic What About Me, famously lost out to Guy in the inaugural series of Australian Idol in 2003.

Runner up: Shannon, best known on the show for his rendition of the Moving Pictured classic What About Me, famously lost out to Guy in the inaugural series of Australian Idol in 2003

Runner up: Shannon, best known on the show for his rendition of the Moving Pictured classic What About Me, famously lost out to Guy in the inaugural series of Australian Idol in 2003

Runner up: Shannon, best known on the show for his rendition of the Moving Pictured classic What About Me, famously lost out to Guy in the inaugural series of Australian Idol in 2003





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