I'm a Celebrity reveals third star to leave the jungle

I’m a Celebrity continues to lose fan-favourite campers as the jungle evictions carry on.

The third live vote-off took place on Monday night (December 3) after James McVey and Rita Simons battled the horror Stars of the Silver Scream trial, with Dec Donnelly and Holly Willoughby revealing the news that Sair Khan would be leaving.

The vote came down to Sair and Emily Atack in the bottom two, with Sair receiving the lowest total of public votes. When she reached the studio with Dec and Holly, she assured them she felt “really good” about leaving the jungle at this stage.

“I felt like I was in the telly, watching I’m a Celebrity,” she quipped. “Everyone’s just a laugh-a-minute.”

Admitting she was never the biggest character in camp, Sair remains particularly proud of the relationships that the ladies built over the last few weeks.

“There’s no divas in there. No-one’s bitchy… and I hope that came across on screen,” she said. “I think everyone’s had a moment in there. When I had mine, Rita and Fleur held me and helped me.”

As for who she’d like to see win, Sair revealed: “I feel like Harry might win… but I also want John to win. I want Emily to win!”

Sair left in the same episode as she revealed during a round of Snog, Marry, Cliff that she’d like to snog Noel Edmonds, to the surprise of pretty much everyone.

The Coronation Street star follows in the footsteps of previously-evicted campers Noel Edmonds and Malique Thompson-Dwyer, who have both left the jungle to considerable controversy over the last few days.

Noel has frequently been dogged by talk of a feud with I’m a Celebrity presenter Holly Willoughby, while fans questioned if Malique Thompson-Dwyer was warned ahead of time about his eviction since he was already dressed to leave camp before the result was revealed. Dec made light of the latter in Monday’s show.

I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! continues on Tuesday (December 4) at 9pm on ITV, followed directly after by Extra Camp over on ITV2.

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