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I'M A Celeb fans are furious after Mike Tindall was dumped from the jungle over Matt Hancock – as Jill & Owen remain favourites to win.
The celebs dressed up in colourful outfits – finished with matching capes – in the Celebrity Cyclone, the legendary and slippery I'm A Celebrity obstacle course and won four stars for camp
But after the frolics were over, Ant & Dec later joined camp to reveal rubgy star Mike Tindall as the latest star to be leaving camp – meaning Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Matt Hancock have made it through to Sunday's grand final.
Fans went wild on social media with one saying: "A huge F*** YOU to whoever voted Matt instead of Mike," while another blasted: "OH MY GOD HOW IS MATT HANCOCK IN THE FINAL WHAT ARE YOU ALL DOING."
Meanwhile, England football legend Jill and actor Owen remain neck and neck with the bookies to be crowned ruler of the jungle in tonight's final.
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I'm a Celebrity has had some iconic winners over the years, but who sits atop the show's rich list?
Stacey Soloman, 33, won the show 12 years ago now and has become a British TV legend since.
Starring in the likes of The Jump, The Chase, Celebrity Juice and her own show Sort Your Life Out, Stacey is estimated to be worth £4.2million.
Matching Stacey is Geordie Shore star, Vicky Pattison.
She won the hit reality show in 2015 and has appeared in Ex on the Beach: Body SOS, Say Yes to the Dress: UK, Celebrity Hunted, Celebrity Masterchef and Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins.
She is thought to be worth £4.2million.
Read more here.
If you’ve missed an episode or two of the ITV show don’t panic – you can still catch up on all the latest jungle drama.
The shows that have already aired are available to watch on the ITV Hub.
Make sure to start binging now, as the final airs TONIGHT.
The first celeb to be dumped from the jungle this year has been enjoying her time with the I'm a Celeb friends and family.
According to one source, Charlene White has got along well with Matt Hancock's lover Gina Coladangelo, despite being reticent to befriend the former Health Secretary in the jungle.
A source said: “They’ve been laughing lots together and having a blast in Oz along with the others. There’s certainly no bad blood.”
Sharing a snap, Charlene said: “One of the best things about coming out first is getting to know everyone’s friends and family.”
Read more here.
Mike Tindall said there is "only one" winner for I'm a Celebrity this year, and that is lioness legend, Jill Scott.
The rugby icon also revealed he can't wait to have an ice-cold beer and share a meal with Friday's evictee Seann Walsh.
The I'm a Celeb final is live on ITV TONIGHT at 9pm.
What better way to celebrate than a big family hug 🐻❤️ Here are Mike's post-camp plans! #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/arK0TnbsQs
Speaking of his experience on I’m A Celebrity, Mike said: “It has been a lot of laughs.
“I mean that is the best thing you can get through anything when the humour is good and in all fairness to everyone, everyone has their distinct humour and Seann will always stick in my head.
“I just love that guy.”
Mike added: “Coming in I wasn’t worried about the stay, I wasn’t worried about the food, I sort of got myself in that place, my experience was going to be what happened in camp and the trials because I knew that Mia would want me to do trials with creepy crawlies because that is just how she likes it.”
The I’m A Celebrity final, hosted by Ant and Dec, will air tonight from 9pm.
Contestants Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Matt Hancock are through to the final three.
On the night, it will be down to the viewers to vote for their favourite campmate, out of the three remaining finalists.
After the votes have been counted, the Geordie duo will crown the new King or Queen of the Jungle.
Jill made it to her star marker but had dropped a star so had to go back.
Matt shocked everyone by diving into the first plunge pool.
He then strode confidently up the course, but he then dropped a star and on his return was pelted by yoga balls and water.
He then dropped another star so had to repeat his journey. 
Mike rugby tackled Matt to get hold of the stars he needed. Once in place, Owen tried walking up the course, but kept slipping over.
Eventually in place they were then all washed away back to the start, only to get back in position and be washed away again!
But when the final time was called, all four were in position and won four meals for camp. 
Last night Mike Tindall became the eighth celebrity to be eliminated from I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The ex-England rugby captain, 44, was greeted by his royal wife Zara Tindall, 41, who ran into his arms on the bridge after he spent 22 days in camp.
Hugging Zara, who is the King’s niece, he said: “I have missed you so much.”
After facing the challenge and being rugby tackled by Tindall in the process, Hancock said: "I just thought, walk straight up the middle.
"Give the people what they want, a big target, and they loved it. And then I got landed on by Mike Tindall.
"It was even more fun than it looks."
The contestants managed to secure all four stars
The celebrities took part in the much-loved Cyclone challenge, which saw them fight their way up a slippery, obstacle-ridden slope while trying to win stars for camp for one last time.
Hancock appeared delighted by the prospect of taking part, telling his campmates: "I never thought I'd make it to the Cyclone. It's going to be absolutely brilliant, I can't wait."
Hollyoaks actor Warner, 23, said: "I'm just absolutely buzzing, can't believe I'm here, can't believe I'm doing this. I'm speechless. I'm just literally speechless."
Former England footballer Scott, 35, added: "To get the opportunity to do this, honestly, it's like the icing on the cake."
The celebrities took part in the much-loved Cyclone challenge, which saw them fight their way up a slippery, obstacle-ridden slope while trying to win stars for camp for one last time.
Hancock appeared delighted by the prospect of taking part, telling his campmates: "I never thought I'd make it to the Cyclone. It's going to be absolutely brilliant, I can't wait."
Hollyoaks actor Warner, 23, said: "I'm just absolutely buzzing, can't believe I'm here, can't believe I'm doing this. I'm speechless. I'm just literally speechless."
Former England footballer Scott, 35, added: "To get the opportunity to do this, honestly, it's like the icing on the cake."
Ant and Dec mocked Matt Hancock's attempts to win as many public votes as possible to gain a place in the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! finale.
Dec said: "Matt Hancock showed off his new morning routine: shower, shave and show everyone the number on the back of your gilet."
Mike Tindall has suggested the former health secretary, 44, is specifically positioning the gilet marked with his name and the phone number needed to vote for him in front of the cameras in camp.
After sabotaging Hancock's efforts, the former England rugby player, 44, said: "Once a politician, always a politician. Always polling for votes."

Matt Hancock has secured a place in the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! final after Mike Tindall became the eighth contestant to be eliminated.
The former England rugby player, 44, missed out on a place in Sunday's finale to the former health secretary, 44, Jill Scott and Owen Warner, who will vie to be crowned the winner of the ITV reality show.
After leaving the celebrity camp, Tindall was greeted by his wife, the Princess Royal's daughter Zara Tindall.
He told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly: "I'm pretty comfortable with it. It's been an amazing journey. I think we've been very lucky with everyone that's been in there and how the camp has worked together.
"Being in a team for long period of my life, I didn't expect it to work as well as it did."
Earlier in the series Mike Tindall, who shares children Mia, eight, Lena, four, and Lucas, one, with Zara, was nicknamed “Magic Mike” after he lit the campfire and removed a huge spider from the RV.
It comes after Friday evening’s episode saw Seann Walsh, 36, leave the camp following Chris Moyles, 48, Babatúndé Aléshe, 36, Boy George, 61, Coronation Street’s Sue Cleaver, 59, presenter Scarlette Douglas, 35, and ITV newsreader Charlene White, 42, who was the first to be evicted.
The series will end tonight when one of the remaining stars, politician Matt Hancock, 44, former footballer Jill Scott, 35, or Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, will be crowned King or Queen of the jungle.
The final kicks off at 9pm on ITV1.
Speaking of his experience on I'm A Celebrity, Mike said: “It has been a lot of laughs.
"I mean that is the best thing you can get through anything when the humour is good and in all fairness to everyone, everyone has their distinct humour and Seann will always stick in my head.
"I just love that guy.”
Mike added: "Coming in I wasn’t worried about the stay, I wasn’t worried about the food, I sort of got myself in that place, my experience was going to be what happened in camp and the trials because I knew that Mia would want me to do trials with creepy crawlies because that is just how she likes it.”

Mike Tindall has become the eighth celebrity to be eliminated from I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The ex-England rugby captain, 44, was greeted by his royal wife Zara Tindall, 41, who ran into his arms on the bridge after spending 22 days in camp.
Hugging Zara, who is the King’s niece, he said: “I have missed you so much.”
The I'm A Celebrity final, hosted by Ant and Dec, will air tomorrow night from 9pm.
Contestants Jill Scott, Owen Warner and Matt Hancock have made it to the final three.
On the night, it will be down to the viewers to vote for their favourite campmate, out of the three remaining finalists.
After the votes have been counted, the Geordie duo will crown the new King or Queen of the Jungle.
No way! Zara Tindall is waiting for Mike at the other side of the bridge.
The couple always looks so loved up – I also think Mike is crying.
What an emotional reunion!
Olivia Attwood was the first celeb to leave the jungle – but not in the public vote.
She was forced to withdraw on medical grounds after just 24 hours.
As the show got closer to the final, Ant and Dec entered camp each day to reveal who the public have voted to save – and which one was from the jungle.
The celebrities who have left so far are:
Fans are up in arms over Mike Tindall's shock eviction.
One disgruntled viewer wrote: "OH MY GOD HOW IS MATT HANCOCK IN THE FINAL WHAT ARE YOU ALL DOING."
Another said: "FFS WHO VOTED MATT OVER MIKE."
OH MY GOD HOW IS MATT HANCOCK IN THE FINAL WHAT ARE YOU ALL DOING #IMACELEB pic.twitter.com/C1HLI8VV8r
FFS WHO VOTED MATT OVER MIKE #ImACeleb #ImACelebrity pic.twitter.com/ZjADfVLF89
WHAT DO YOU MEAN MIKE IS OUT AND MATT IS STILL THERE?? #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/RYd0ZuANYI
Mike seems like he's lost his rag with the constant ribbing and jokes.
He's not impressed with being made to endure his best bits.
Nevermind mate, it's all over now!
The person with the fewest votes will leave the jungle immediately.
And that person is Mike Tindall!
The big man looks like he's close to tears!
Former rugby union player Mike Tindall will be "very sad" about Doddie Weir's death, the team running his Twitter account said.
Tindall is in the Australian jungle for the latest series of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! but Weir is "someone who meant a lot to him".
"We know Mike will be very sad about the passing of Doddie Weir. Someone who meant a lot to him," they wrote.
"On behalf of us all we would like to pass on our condolences to the Weir family."
Owen, always positive, says the camp "basically has fish and chips" together.
Matt said the fish was a "joy to cook".
And Jill said the experience was "a 10/10".
But come on now – WHO IS GOING??
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