LAST night’s I’m a Celebrity episode ended in tears as the first 2020 contestant was voted off the show.
In the end, the public vote came down to West End Star Ruthie Henshall, 53, and Paralympian Hollie Arnold, 26.
Who left I’m A Celebrity 2020 last night?
Last night saw members of the public vote for the first time on who they wanted to stay in the camp.
Hollie Arnold became the first star to be voted off I’m A Celeb, after she got the least votes from the public.
The Paralympian was up against Ruthie Henshall after Ant and Dec read out the rest of the camp’s names and told them they were safe.
After the news was announced, Hollie broke down in tears.
Hollie later told Ant and Dec: “I’m devastated but someone has to go right.
“You have just got to be prepared for if it’s you but it’s the best experience I’ve ever had, I didn’t want to leave.”
Hollie also admitted she had a feeling she would leave the camp first.
She said: “I kind of had a feeling it was going to be me, I’m slightly superstitious.”
The remaining camp mates rallied round, sharing a big hug with the emotional Hollie before she left.
Who is still on I’m A Celebrity 2020?
With I’m a Celebrity heading into its final week on Monday, December 30, there are 11 stars left in the running to become King or Queen of the Castle.
Radio 1 DJ Jordan North is still the favourite to win the hit reality show, with 5/4 odds, although last night’s episode saw AJ Pritchard complain about Jordan’s toilet habits.
Here’s the list of celebs still left in the camp:
- Shane Richie – Soap star and comedian
- Jordan North – Radio 1 DJ
- Victoria Derbyshire – BBC broadcaster
- Vernon Kay – TV and radio star
- Sir Mo Farah – Olympic gold medallist
- Jessica Plummer – Former EastEnders star
- Beverley Callard – Coronation Street star
- AJ Pritchard – Former Strictly Come Dancing pro
- Giovanna Fletcher – Best-selling author
- Ruthie Henshall – West End star
- Russell Watson – World-renowned tenor
When does I’m A Celebrity 2020 finish?
The latest series of I’m A Celebrity, set in Gwyrch Castle, Wales, will run for just under three weeks.
The finale will air on Friday, December 4 at 9pm.
Fans will be able to get stuck into the last episode, with the finale lasting one hour and 35 minutes.
Unlike previous series, this year’s I’m a Celeb has been cut short by two days, ending on a Friday rather than a Sunday.
ITV hasn’t confirmed why the hit series is ending early, but it’s thought it may be due to the colder weather conditions in North Wales this time of the year.