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I’m A Celebrity viewers are all asking what Arsenal legend Ian Wright is wearing on this year’s first episode of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!.

Wright was the first to appear on this year’s series as he was driven in a Ferrari down a red carpet before being escorted onto a yacht docked in the ocean.

As the cameras captured a full-body shot of Wright standing on the yacht, he could be seen wearing a knee-length robe.

Wright has been seen wearing exuberant outfits before while doing punditry work for BBC and ITV.

But this particular piece of attire has left viewers wondering just what he was thinking… especially since just minutes later he was asked by presenters Ant and Dec to get in the ocean and swim along with four other campmates.

One tweet read: “What on earth is Ian Wright wearing #ImACeleb.”

Another wrote: “Excuse me Ian Wright but what the f*** are you wearing mate.”

A third added: “What the fudge is Ian Wright wearing? #ImACeleb #IACGMOOH.”

A fourth watcher asked: “Ian wright wtf is that shirt you’re wearing pal.”

This tweeter asked a similar question: “What the hell is ian Wright wearing?!”

Another said: “What on earth is Ian Wright wearing #ImACeleb.”

Another went with: “I beg someone tell me wtf ian wright is wearing.”

While one tweeter pointed out the exact piece of clothing Wright had on: “My man ian wright is wearing a kurta in australia #ImACeleb,” he said.

Wright spoke before his appearance on the show and joked the main reason he’d signed up for the jungle-themed reality series was to lose weight.

He also confirmed that he’d been asked to go on the show in previous years but last season’s winner Harry Redknapp convinced Wright to finally say yes.

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