Published: Mon, December 10, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

John Barrowman places third on I'm A Celebrity

John Barrowman places third on I'm A Celebrity

Football manager Harry Redknapp has won the latest season of reality show "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here".

His son, footballer-turned-pundit Jamie Redknapp, wrote in the Daily Mail that Harry showed he was a "funny, down-to-earth man who loves his family".

As Piers and Kate scolded Harry for his comments, he quickly said: "I saw her with make-up in the hotel and she looked amazing.I didn't recognise her". The top people at ITV are now really keen to get her back next year. "He'll be begging to go back to the jungle!"

Atack said she was "honoured" to be in the final two with Redknapp.

Filling in for Ant McPartlin was never going to be an easy task for Holly Willoughby, and despite a shaky start in which some fans insisted her chemistry with Declan Donnelly wasn't up to scratch, viewers have now given their final verdict on Holly.

"And she also has her commitments at This Morning to think about", they added.

"I've learned I can survive in the jungle so I feel like I can do anything", she said.

After John left the jungle in third place, he broke down in tears as he told Holly and Dec of his relief at being out of camp.

"Oh don't, I hate rats, I'm scared of rats, don't let one go up my leg please, oh my God", said Redknapp. "I've just learned to accept who I am".

He said he "would be lifelong friends" with Atack, and that the experience had taught him a lot about himself.

The trio had to each carry out a final trial in order to win treats for their last supper together, after 23 days in the jungle.

Barrowman had to eat a series of jungle "delicacies" for the Bushtucker Bonanza.

Redknapp was handed his crown of twigs by previous winners Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash.

After the challenge the celebrities spoke of their best moments on the show, with East saying that her time in the Jungle Arms, and sharing music with her campmates, was her own personal highlight.

He told the Bush Telegraph of his attire: "To be honest with you, when I first married Sandra she had bigger knickers than this".

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