Who left “I’m a Celebrity” on Saturday night?

Charlene White is the first person to leave this i am a celebrity Jungle.

Fans of the ITV survival show had been voting for the famous face they would most like to save since Thursday (17 November).

In the program on Friday (11/18), Ant and Dec announced that the newscaster had received the fewest votes and would leave the jungle immediately after 14 days.

She hugged the celebrities in tears and made her way out of the camp.

Owen Warner, Sue Cleaver and Scarlette Douglas all looked particularly disappointed to see them leave.

At the beginning of the episode, Boy George and White took part in a bushtucker process called “Watery Grave,” where they had to climb underwater graves to recover stars.

Since she had a documented fear of underground spaces and spiders, the Easy woman admitted that she would struggle with the task.

At the end she said the sentence “I’m a celebrity, get me out of here!” and finished the challenge with two stars collected.


Visibly upset by her limited success on the task, White was comforted by the housemates when she and Boy George told them what had happened.

Elsewhere in the episode, she admitted that the reason she chose not to sleep in the RV with Matt Hancock was because she didn’t want to compromise her journalistic impartiality in the future.

Later, Mike Tindall was elected camp manager and he chose Sue Cleaver as his deputy. Neither of them can lift a finger until further notice.

Now Seann Walsh and Scarlette Douglas are in charge of the dishes, while Owen Warner and Babatúndé Aléshé are in charge of the water in the camp. Matt Hancock has been moved to Dunny duty and Boy George is in charge of camp maintenance with Chris Moyles.

i am a celebrity continues every night on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/who-left-im-a-celebrity-evicted-b2229266.html Who left “I’m a Celebrity” on Saturday night?


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