I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is dumping celebrities thick and fast as it speeds to its finale.
So far, eight campmates have been booted off the show. Find out who they are below...
Paralympian Hollie Arnold became the first celebrity to be eliminated from the competition on Friday (27 November), leaving her “devastated”.
“I’ve enjoyed every single moment,” Arnold told Ant and Dec. “Even eating the beans and rice!”
“I kind of had a feeling it might have been me,” she continued. “I’m slightly superstitious. But honestly, I love everybody in there and what their values are and what their friendships are and what they mean to me … I tried my best and loved every second of it. But my bra and knickers have to go in the bin.”
On Sunday (29 November), the West End star became the second campmate to be eliminated from the competition.
Henshall expressed excitement to get home and see her children, as well as to go back on her normal diet, adding: “I can already taste my hamburger.”
Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire
The Coronation Street actor and BBC journalist, respectively, were eliminated on Monday (30 November) in a shock double eviction.
“It’s been absolutely amazing,” Derbyshire said. “It was incredible. We had a scream, we laughed, we cried… I did not miss those luxuries.
Callard added: “We’re sad to go, but we’re happy to go as well … I still feel I’ve got no survival skills. You sort of just… do it, don’t you?”
Jessica Plummer and Russell Watson
In a second consecutive double eviction, classical singer Russell Watson, a late arrival to the castle, was eliminated alongside actor and singer Jessica Plummer.
“It’s been a very emotional rollercoaster,” said Plummer. “My main thing is I just never wanted to quit. I’m a bit of a scaredy cat, and I’m just really proud that I didn’t quit.”
AJ Pritchard and Mo Farah
In a shocking third consecutive double eviction during Wednesday night’s episode (2 December), professional dancer AJ Pritchard was sent packing alongside Olympic athlete Mo Farah. The pair became the seventh and eighth campmates to be eliminated from the competition.
Speaking to Ant and Dec after the eviction, Pritchard reflected on his time in the castle fondly. He said: “You don’t know what to expect after watching the show as a superfan, but it’s been so much better.”
When asked what Farah will miss the most about I’m a Celebrity, the Olympic athlete told the hosts: “I’ll miss having a laugh together.”
The next I’m a Celebrity elimination will happen tomorrow (3 December), with phone lines now open to vote for your favourite campmates. The celebrity with the fewest votes will be sent home.
I’m a Celebrity continues every night at 9pm on ITV.