ITV’s all-star edition of I’m A Celebrity has reached the final hurdle, with the final campmates on a mission to be named the first I’m A Celebrity legend on Friday May 12.
Myleene Klass, Jordan Banjo, Fatima Whitbread and Phil Tufnell made it into the top 4 after Thursday night’s show, but the final immediately began with an elimination.
The show saw the foursome reduced to a top three by the campmates who left the show, and it was revealed that the person they chose to leave was Phil.
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Once that was revealed, the three remaining celebrities tackled another gruesome trial, the Critter Countdown, which saw them put their hands and feet in boxes covered in critters, and a helmet that was later filled of snakes.
Myleene, Jordan and Fatima had to try to press a buzzer as close to six minutes as possible, and in the end Myleene and Jordan passed after Fatima didn’t push the buzzer until the end of 15 minutes. Now, the first 2 are ready to face the last test that awaits them to be crowned at the end of the show.
With Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly presiding over the competition, things heated up in the race to the finish line.
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Jordan and Myleene faced off in a final food trial, in which the duo were presented with nine dishes, each with a more gruesome element than the last. In order to earn the point, the person who declared the highest number would have to try to eat that exact number of items in five minutes.
With food like mouse tails, impala eyes and pig snouts to eat, Jordan and Myleene gave it their all and went neck and neck until Myleene chose to switch tactics with three courses. to take away by writing bigger and bigger numbers for her chance to win.
Her tactic turned out to be the right thing to do as she got ahead after she managed to eat 60 mouse tails and then 40 spoonfuls of stinky tofu. At the end, she was crowned the winner of I’m a Celebrity.
After passing, Myleene opened up about how her second time on the show was different from her first and how being a mother gave her “a superpower.”
As she sat on her throne, Myleene added: “They say lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice but it does, it was all magic.”
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