Burnley Football Club unveil 'happy place' t-shirts in honour of 'Im A Celebrity' star Jordan North

Burnley Football Club has produced two new t-shirts as a thank you for 'I'm A Celebrity..' star Jordan North, whose appearance on the show has made sure it is the talk of the nation.

Radio One DJ Jordan,who grew up in Burnley and is a mad keen Claret ,became the star of the show after he kept repeating the phrase 'Happy place, happy place, Turf Moor' during a bushtucker trial.

Proceeds from the sale of the two t-shirts, which both feature the catchphrase, will go towards Burnley Community Kitchen and Pendleside Hospice, where Jordan is an ambassador.

And it looks like viewers of the hit reality show will be hearing the phrase again tonight as Jordan has been voted to take part in his fourth bush tucker trial.

Fellow celebrities surround Jordan after it was announced he was to face his fourth bush tucker trial

The 30-year-old, who grew up in Harle Syke, looked crestfallen when presenters Ant and Dec revealed at the end of the show that Jordan had been voted to face the challenge, Trap Door.

As fellow contestants gathered round him to offer support and hugs Corrie star Bev Callard told Jordan he was going to be a 'mega star' telling him: "They like you, the want to see more of you."

Burnley captain Ben Mee recorded a special message of support for Jordan on behalf of all the players for Jordan who is definitely stealing most of the limelight in the show. Last night viewers watched him being teased by former Eastenders star Shane Richie.

Richie was helpless with laughter as he threw stones at the outdoor loo, referred to by the campers as the 'privy' while Jordan was inside.

Jordan forces a smile after it was revealed he will face the bush tucker trial Trap Door
The 'happy place' t shirts that have been produced by Burnley Football Club in honour of 'I'm A Celebrity' star Jordan North