Who left the jungle tonight Saturday
Matt Hancock was the ninth contestant to leave the jungle, leaving them in third place over all in the competition for 2022. Ant and Dec confirmed the news.
Who went out of the jungle last night
Chris Moyles has become the sixth contestant to be eliminated from I’m A CelebrityGet Me Out Of Here!, The 48-year-old DJ received the fewest votes from the public and left the ITV reality show after 19 days in the Australian jungle.
Who got voted off last night I’m a celeb?
Mike Tindall – eighth out – Mike Tindall (Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock) Mike Tindall became the eighth celebrity to have been voted out by the public, leaving Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Matt Hancock to battle it out for the crown of Jungle King or Queen.
Who was the fourth person out of the jungle
Fourth contestant eliminated from I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! Cast of I’m A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here! 23/11/2022 | 06:26 AM By Connie Evans, PA Entertainment Reporter
- Boy George has become the fourth contestant to be eliminated from I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!
- The Culture Club singer, 61, was announced as the celebrity with the fewest votes during Tuesday’s show by hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
- After leaving the Australian jungle, Boy George told the Geordie duo: “I am sort of ready, I’ve had an amazing time, I’ve done a lot of things I never thought I’d do.”
He’s the king of calm, but ‘s *mostly* zen time in Camp has come to an end. 🧘♂️🪲 He’s the fourth Celebrity to leave the Jungle this year. — I’m A Celebrity. (@imacelebrity) He added: “I had to forget who I was for the whole time I was in here, I had to let it go. It was quite interesting to get over it. To just go ‘I’m in the jungle, I have no control.’
- “I’m so looking forward to getting back in control.
- “It wasn’t easy at all but after a while you kind of just float into it.”
- Reflecting on his campmate and former UK health secretary Matt Hancock, Boy George said: “Having Matt in here was really challenging for a lot of reasons
“By the way, he’s just a person. In here he’s just a person, he mucked in, he was really really doing a lot to help everyone, so I can’t judge him on that.” Elsewhere in the episode, Hancock, 44, spoke about his childhood during a conversation with some of his campmates.
- During a discussion about generational differences, the MP for West Suffolk spoke about difficulties faced by his family after his parents’ business ran into financial problems when he was a teenager.
- When the wolf is at the door, I know how that feels!” — I’m A Celebrity.
- Imacelebrity) He was asked by comedian Seann Walsh: “Did you have the bailiffs round yours Matt?” Hancock replied: “When the business nearly went bust we nearly lost everything.
“You know when you type your postcode into the internet and it brings up your address? My stepdad wrote that software. The business started in 88 and in the early 90s is when it nearly went bust. Because he had to write the software so that took ages.” He continued: “We were going to lose the house, both my stepdad and mum were going to lose their jobs.
- To which Walsh, 36, said: “Bloody hell, kill the vibe Matt.”
- Hancock said: “Well you said have you ever had the bailiffs round.”
- The conversation started at the creek after actor and comedian Babatunde Aleshe asked Boy George: “What was your dad’s reaction when you made it?”
Boy George replied: “I was playing at the Albert Hall and it was kind of a big gig, it was kind of early on and my sister’s best friend’s husband said to my dad, ‘You must be really proud of him?’ My dad goes, ‘Yeah, he does what he does and I do what I do’.”
- He added: “Or my mum used to say, ‘You never say you love me’ and he’d say, ‘I’m here aren’t I?'”
- Speaking in the Bush Telegraph, Boy George continued: “I think that comment was about, ‘Don’t blow smoke up his arse because it’s not good for him’.”
- Aleshe said: “This generation, all we do is tell our children that we love them.”
😭😭😭 — I’m A Celebrity. (@imacelebrity) He added: “I smother my son. We’re soft but that’s a good thing.” Lioness Jill Scott said: “It’s so different There was a generation of ‘don’t show any weakness’.” Boy George continued: “My dad was a builder, owned his own firm. He was a gambler. He would take £10,000 and put it on a dog.”
- He added: “Dad would say, ‘Don’t answer the door, the bailiffs, or the gas man was coming’.”
- Elsewhere in Tuesday’s episode, the celebrities were also treated to an evening at the Jungle Arms – a pub in the jungle where they were served alcoholic drinks and bar snacks while they gave karaoke their best shot.
- Hancock offered a rendition of I Want To Break Free by Queen, much to the delight of his campmates and Boy George got the celebrities dancing with a performance of his band’s 1983 hit Karma Chameleon.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! continues at 9pm on Virgin Media One. Topics