Lioness Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle in the 22nd series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
The final of the ITV show aired last night (November 27) and saw Hollyoaks' Owen Warner come runner up with MP Matt Hancock voted in third place.
Sunday's show saw the three finalists take on one last trial each in order to win their dream three-course meals, with the celebrities being able to watch each other's challenge for the first time.
Former professional football Jill took on the first trial Rat Race as she faced her fear of rats and won the maximum five stars to earn starters for each campmate.
Owen then took on Bushtucker Bonanza where he ate gruesome dishes such as a fermented duck egg and a camel's testicle to earn main courses for himself and his campmates.
Matt then took on Flood Your Face where he sat with his head in a tank filled with water and creatures for five minutes and won the camp desserts.
After the celebrities tucked into their delicious feast including Owen's huge quadruple-stacked burger, the final result was revealed.
Matt was the first campmate to be eliminated before Owen and Jill went head to head, with the public vote revealing the Lioness was the most popular contestant.
After winning former England and Manchester City footballer, 35, joked: "I just can't believe it. Honestly, I think I'm going to owe my grandma a lot of money for the 12 million votes she's done."
Following her win the Jungle Queen appeared on Good Morning Britain today (November 28) to chat with hosts Susanna Reid and Ed Balls.
The Lioness joined the studio live from the Gold Coast looking very glamorous with her hair in a ponytail, natural makeup and a black off-shoulder top.
During her interview the I'm A Celeb winner talked about her time in the jungle, which male footballer she'd like to see on the show next year, to which she said Jordan Henderson, and what it was like to be in there with Matt Hancock.
Speaking about Matt, Jill said: "When we got into that jungle and put on the jungle outfit, everybody was just equal and in there food is so important so for him to go on trials and smash them, as long as there was food I was happy."
Then, complimenting her 'different' look, Susanna Reid said: "Jill you are looking very different right now than when you were in the jungle. You're all over the papers of course, have you got plans now to go into TV presenting, do you want to do a stint on Good Morning Britain?.
"I can't deny you're looking very glam, I'm feeling a little bit at risk here."
Jill responded: "Well this has taken two showers and two baths just to smell half decent. I haven't got any plans, once I retired I should have really had a plan in place, I didn't have one and that's how I ended up in the jungle so to speak.
"I actually don't know what I'm going to do next, but I just feel like if you give everything every single day and just try to be a good person then I'll just see what happens. But I think your job is very safe."
Susanna reiterated: "Well you are very welcome to come and join us in the studio any time."
Commenting on Jill's new look, GMB viewer @CostaSmeralda2 tweeted: "The hair and makeup did their best Jill."
@domain_harry said: "Jill scrubs up pretty well when she makes an effort."
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