I'm a Celebrity is over and Jacqueline Jossa has won the 2019 series. Andy Whyment came second and Roman Kemp was third. "It's been a turning point in life for me. I feel like I've grown in confidence and found out who I am as a person a little more," Jacqueline said just before she was crowned Queen. "It's so easy to care so much about what other people think, like trolls. But in here you have no choice, you have to be you. I can't really work out what's happening, but I feel I have actaully proved myself."
"I've never had more fun, I've never been more grateful. It's been an absolute dream," Roman said as he chatted to Ant and Dec after the show. "I've never had so much emotion in my life - it forms a family in three weeks." A tearful Andy admitted it was "much harder" than he thought it would be. "What means so much is that people got behind me as me. That people got behind Andy Whyment not Kirk means everything."
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The stars' fellow campmates were on hand backstage, ready to wish whoever won a huge congratulations, with former campmates including Adele Roberts, Myles Stephenson and Cliff Parisi hanging out in the jungle, preparing for the exciting news.
Roman Kemp has been voted third in the final show
During the final episode Jacqueline manged to score maximum stars by managing to survive her solo challenge, lying still in a box of creepy crawlies with a giant spider in her mouth. Her campate Andy was given a disgusting Bush Tucker Trial to endure, but also managed to knock back raw, live grubs - refusing to fall at the final hurdle. "It tastes like ready salted crisps," he joked as he ate an insect.
Roman was sent to a terror pit, and he was appropriately terrified. He was joined in his pit by enless snakes but the DJ manage to rise above it and also came away with his full collection of stars.
This year's exciting series has been one of the best yet after it saw Ant reunite with Dec for the first time since 2017, after taking a year out to focus on his recovery from alcohol addiction, where he was temporarily replaced by Holly Willoughby. Speaking about returning to the jungle to The Sun ahead of the series, Ant said: "I’m very, very excited about getting back on the show. It’s a brilliant place to work and a brilliant part of the world to be in. Plus, I’m back with my best friend. I can’t wait."
Speaking about his favourite moments in the jungle, he added: "There are so, so many. We could never pick just one. Dean Gaffney’s live trial, Gillian McKeith fainting, Anthony Worrall Thompson leading the breakout across the bridges because they didn’t get enough sausages in their tucker bag."