I’M A Celebrity’s voting figures reveal Jacqueline Jossa only just won the show over Andy Whyment.
The former EastEnders actress was crowned Queen of the Jungle on Sunday, but the result split fans down the middle as many wanted the Corrie star to win.
This is reflected in the voting figures as Jacqueline secured victory by a very small margin.
Released by ITV, the final results show the Lauren Branning actress won with 50.61% of the total vote, whereas Andy received 49.39%.
This means there is just 1.22% difference between the both of them.
The polls remained tight throughout the finale. When the vote was split between the final three, Roman received 29.15% against Jac’s 36.97% and Andy’s 33.89%.
This surge of popularity hasn’t gone to either star’s head, as they both have opened up about their excitement to get back to normality.
Jacqueline said being “back with [her] family is even better” than winning the show yesterday before her flight.
Her victory will be a bitter-sweet one, as she came out to the revelation her husband Dan Osborne cheated on her with his Celebrity Big Brother co-stars last year.
The couple have put on a united front despite HOAR revealing he bedded Chloe Ayling and Natalie Nunn – as well as fresh accusations he slept with Myles Stephenson’s ex, Gabby Allen.
The star has reportedly forgiven him and offered a fresh start, but warned: “One more strike and we’re over.”
Meanwhile, Andy Whyment has revealed he was desperate to get back to his “boring life” of sitting on the sofa and going to Asda.
The star even said he didn’t want to spend his big-money payout on anything other than his mortgage.
The Kirk Sutherland actor – who lives with wife Nichola and kids Tom, 10, and Hollie, eight, in Manchester – told theDaily Star: Im looking forward to getting back and just getting into my normal boring life of just getting home from work, closing the front door and sitting on the sofa and watching telly.”
The dad-of-two added: “I know my profile is probably going to be higher now. I didnt do [the show] for that reason.
“Ill still remain myself. Ill still go to Asda on a Friday and do the big shop with my wife.”