Who left me a celebrity tonight?

Holly Arnold became the first camp player to be expelled I am a celebrity… Get me out of here! 2020, 12 nights when the series started.

Tonight (November 27) saw the first-ever public vote for this year’s winner, with the Paralympian finally receiving the lowest number of votes.

Arnold said he was “devastated” by the decision, but he trained himself to be disappointed.

“If you’re the one you have to prepare for, that’s the best experience I’ll ever have,” he said of providers And & De.

On the way to the show tonight, bookmakers Arnold and dancer A.J. Pritchard, broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire and West End star Ruthie Henshall are more likely to vote.

“I enjoyed every moment,” Arnold said. “Even eating beans and rice!”

“I had a feeling this might have been me,” he continued. “I am a bit superstitious. But honestly, I love everyone out there, what their values ​​are, what their friendship is, what they mean to me. ”

Holly Arnold After I was told I was a celebrity

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“I tried my best and loved every second of it,” Arnold said. “But my bra and knickers have to go in the tub.”

Finally, Arnold, D.J. Jordan North said he hopes to be crowned the show’s winner in the end because “he’s so beautiful.

Taking home the title North is currently a favorite I am a celebrityThe first King of the castle, but Giovanna Fletcher’s odds have improved in recent days.

“Jordan is moving like a barrage, and it’s a matter of time before camp leader Giovana takes over as a favorite,” says Jessica O’Reilly of Latbrook.

I am a celebrity It airs every night at 9pm on ITV.

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