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Danielle Harold is fifth star to be voted off ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’

Danielle Harold is the fifth star to be voted off ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ credit:Bang Showbiz
Danielle Harold is the fifth star to be voted off ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ credit:Bang Showbiz

Danielle Harold is the fifth star to be voted off ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’

The ‘EastEnders’ actress, 31, who played Lola Pearce on the BBC soap, got the boot from the ITV jungle when she ended up in the bottom two of a public vote with Tony Bellew.

Hosts Ant and Dec revealed she was leaving, with the star then telling the pair her campmates “got her through” the challenges of jungle life.

Asked who was the better chef between her campmates Josie Gibson and Fred Sirieix, the actress had a dig at the French ‘First Dates’ star, saying: “I am going to go with Josie. I prefer the home cooking.”

Danielle was described as a “sister” by her campmate Sam Thompson as she walked out of the camp, and she said: “He has literally become a little brother to me.

Her exit comes after actor Nick Pickard became the fourth star to be given his marching orders from ‘IAC’ on Wednesday after 19 days in the jungle – after Fred, Nella Rose and jockey Frankie Dettori were dumped from the show.

Restaurant critic Grace Dent and Britney Spear’s younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears both left the show before the eliminations on medical grounds.

Nick’s exit left fans devastated as they hailed him a “nice guy” on social media after he was dumped from the series.

The ‘Hollyoaks’ actor, who plays Tony Hutchison on the long-running Channel 4 soap, was eliminated from the ITV jungle show on Wednesday (06.12.23) night’s episode of the series, after he lost out to Josie Gibson in the public vote after they both came “bottom two” in the latest elimination.

He said during his exit chat his family who persuaded him to go on the show, adding: “I’ve never been asked before, it was an honour to be asked... it was great, it was so much fun.”

Nick also said he is rooting for ‘Made In Chelsea’ regular Sam to win the 2023 series, gushing about his former campmate: “(He) deserves it. Well, they all deserve it, but he does and I think he really wants to... he’s the lifeblood of that camp.”