I'm A Celebrity: Who do you want to win?

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After winning, Harry said: "I'm amazed".

He then amusingly added: 'I went, "Who are you?" and she said, "I was in the jungle with you".

"It's like being in prison and you've given me a prison visit", he said (via Hello!).

Ant's break from presenting work saw him replaced by close friend Holly Willoughby on I'm A Celebrity.

Actor and entertainer John Barrowman MBE, football manager Harry Redknapp, and comedy actor Emily Atack made it to the final this evening after X Factor's Fluer East got the axe in the last elimination on Saturday.

Prior to the winning announcement, the final three took part in a series of Bushtucker Trials in order to win a final slap-up meal in camp.

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The football world was furious at the incident, on what should have been an empowering event for women in the sport. On social networks, reactions were sharp, like that of the ex-world number 1 tennis Andy Murray .

Redknapp's trial saw him lying down in an underground chamber while creepy crawlies and rats ran all over him. "It was harder than I ever thought".

Redknapp also spoke of his own appearance, and laughed off his new sex symbol status amongst some of his fans: "I don't think so".

I honestly find it disgusting that Harry Redknapp said on GMB that Emily Atack had no chance with his son Jamie because of what she looked like without makeup, but now he's seen her with it on she looks "useful".

Earlier in the series Emily had asked Harry if Jamie was single, which he confirmed and she had a cheeky moment of addressing the camera, and Jamie, saying: "Jamie, call me".

"When your life is going to shit but someone asks if everything's good", wrote one user alongside the picture, a tweet which has been liked almost 7,000 times.

"This place has given me so much self acceptance".

She also shared a photograph of herself seated in the jungle camp with her children, Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and Chester, four, and captioned it: "Thank you for having us..." I can count it in the top five of things I've done in my career. "I've just learned to accept who I am".