Cheryl has sent a sweet message to Scarlett Moffatt after she was crowned queen of the jungle on Sunday night. The 33-year-old star – who, like Scarlett, hails from the North East – took to Twitter shortly after Scarlett won the 2016 series of I'm A Celebrity, writing: "Awwww bless her congratulations @ScarlettMoffatt." Cheryl also praised the comedian Joel Dommett, who came second, tweeting: "Joel was great too. Amazing final 3! #ImACeleb."
Cheryl wasn't the only one celebrating Scarlett's victory. Phillip Schofield also took to social media to show his support. "From the moment I read @ScarlettMoffatt was going into the #ImACeleb jungle, she was my winner, well done darlin'." Alan Carr, meanwhile, tweeted: "Loving @Scarlett Moffatt and the montage of #ImACeleb - #legend."
Cheryl has sent a message of congratulations to I'm A Celeb winner Scarlett Moffatt
Fans were equally thrilled by Scarlett's victory. "#ImACeleb delighted for Scarlett, never been a more deserving queen," one viewer wrote. Another added: "Actually cried a little when they announced Scarlett. So lovely to see it go to someone who wanted it so much."
Scarlett herself was visibly shocked when she was told she had won the 16th series of the show. The Gogglebox star, who started watching I'm A Celeb when she was just ten-years-old, struggled to contain her emotions as she sat down with host Ant and Dec.
Scarlett became the show's 16th winner on Sunday night
"I might be the only person who ever says this, but I wish I could do it all again," she said. "It's just amazing. I've never been so happy, which is weird because I hate camping! I'm not going to miss sleeping in a hammock, but I'm going to miss waking up and hearing everyone chatting. It's just been amazing."
The 26-year-old added: "It's been a massive learning curve; I feel like I need to have more confidence in myself because I doubt myself constantly. Doing the trials and stuff, I feel like a much more confidant person coming on here. I didn't expect it to have any life effects on me, I just thought it was going to be really fun."