Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah will get special halal food while I am in a celebrity castle.
But he is taking part in food and beverage trials – which usually involve scary food – because Muslim law does not prohibit it.
Sir Mo, 37, will not have the same tingle as his other campmates did, as champion boxer Aamir Khan returned in 2017.
A source said: “I told the producers a long time ago about my food preferences, so they were prepared.
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“He cannot eat anything unless it is properly prepared according to his religion.”
“To be honest, I’m not a big eater,” Moe told The Sun.
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