FOOTBALL legend David Ginola led the charge as I’m A Celebrity’s final four partied until 5am after the show.
He was joined by Danny Miller, Frankie Bridge and Simon Gregson in a knees up at posh hotel Palé Hall in Gwynedd until the small hours.
And king of the castle Danny looked worse for wear the next day as he conducted interviews following his win.
The former Emmerdale star, 30, admitted he’d had no sleep and said: “Blame David Ginola.”
Later, runner-up Simon Gregson, 47, added: “We celebrated in style, we had a very fine red wine of course.”
A show source said: “The final four more than made up for lost time enjoying food and drink.
“It was a proper knees-up. They all had to stick around until lunchtime the next day to speak to TV shows like Good Morning Britain and This Morning, then Frankie was due on Loose Women.
“So as reunions with family had to wait, they decided to make the most of their last night together.”
Palé Hall is the luxury country house retreat where the celebs have all stayed after leaving Gwrych Castle, Abergele.
The wine list features £400 bottles of Champagne and a 2004 vintage red wine at £400 a bottle.
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The hotel’s restaurant kitchen has been awarded a special Michelin star for its tasting menus.
And rooms cost as much as £561.
The source added: “Palé Hall is super luxurious. I’m sure David especially would have tucked into some of those French wines.”
It comes after Danny was crowned winner, with Simon as runner-up and Frankie, 32, in third place.
David Ginola was odds-on favourite to win throughout the series but shocked when he left in fourth place on Saturday.