We've waited, we've watched and now we are finally down to the last three contestants of I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. Scarlett Moffatt, Joel Dommett and Adam Thomas will battle it out to become King or Queen of the jungle, but who will take home that coveted crown?
Sam Quek reached fourth place in the reality TV show competition on Saturday night after the group took part in a fan favourite Buck Tucker trial – the Celebrity Cyclone. For the challenge, the celebrities must battle obstacles including strong wind, water and inflatables in order to place their stars onto the right sections within ten minutes. Viewers took to Twitter to discuss the hilarious challenge, with famous faces also tuning in so they can watch the action. Fleur East wrote: "Is anyone watching @imacelebrity?? This cyclone is hilarious!! ha ha! Love it!" while Phillip Schofield tweeted that the challenge was "brilliant".
The group took part in celebrity cyclone
As a long time viewer of the show, Scarlett was particularly excited to do the trial. She said: "Anyone who knows me knows how much I bang on about this every year and now I’m going to be doing it in real life." Following the trial she said: "The cyclone was better than I ever could imagine and I’m not kidding I've literally imagined it for about ten years now."
The final four dressed as superheroes for the challenge
Already reminiscing about their time in the jungle, the final four contestants discussed their best and worst moments from the last few weeks, with Joel admitted he especially hated his first challenge – the plank walk. "I was so close to saying I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here," he admitted. "So close, I've never been that scared in all my life. This has by far been the most amazing thing I’ve ever done and by far the hardest thing I've ever done, I thought it would be a lot easier." Adam revealed how much he hated the spider challenges, saying: "It was one of the worst nights of my life, I was so scared of the spiders, I was a nervous wreck but I went from that to putting a spider in my mouth. I didn't think I had it in me, I really didn't."