It's been a busy weekend for our campmates, here what you missed over the last two days.
The fight for immunity is on, and the Celebs pay a visit to the Sickening Cinema. Head-to-head each pair of Celebs is tasked to down a milkshake of horrors including crocodile's penis and fish eyes, with the slowest drinkers facing the dreaded curse - and the possibility of being the first Celeb to leave the Jungle.
It's been a huge couple of weeks in the Jungle for Ian Wright, and as he opens up to best pal James he admits he's come to a few realisations since leaving his luxury lifestyle behind.
It's a bath full of horrors as the final six Celebs battle it out to win immunity from the first vote off. The Celebs are tasked to transfer water from their rancid tubs as quickly as possible, and it's Myles who susses out the champion tactics, seeing him soak up victory alongside James and Ian. That really took some guts...
With the day of reckoning upon them, the Celebs spend their last evening as a full Camp discussing their time in the Jungle and the friendships they've made as well as the challenges they've faced. Knowing that someone will soon be saying goodbye, it's a full Jungle love-fest *sobs*
She faced her fear of spiders on day 1 on the Pontoon of Doom, and ate everything from sheep's feet to camel's anus... and plenty of rice and beans of course. Radio 1 DJ Adele is the first Celeb to leave the Jungle! She chats to Ant & Dec about her Jungle journey.
It's a case of all the gear... and only a tiny bit of idea for Cliff and Myles in today's Bushtucker Trial. While their enthusiasm can't be faulted, the communication between the pair falls short - much to Ant & Dec's amusement. The hapless builders still manage to construct a fair effort and take home a solid eight stars for Camp.
Drinks are anything but free at the tropical Leaky Tiki Bar as Jacqueline and Myles are put to work as a pair of mixologists - with a twist.
It's all fun and games until hunger starts to bite in Camp. There are ice pops at stake and the mood suddenly gets very chilly as James reaches the end of his patience with his fellow Celebs during the Dingo Dollar deliberation...
Ian descends into a new level of chaos as he goes up against the clock in the Hell-evator. Full of snakes, toads, rats and a large angry crocodile, it was an unassuming knot (or 20) that got in the footballer's way. Despite getting in a tangle, Ian put on a solid performance and bagged himself a strong seven stars for Camp.
It's quite the opposite of a chilly December in Australia, but there's a break in the sunny Jungle weather as a tropical storm suddenly hits Camp, leaving the Celebs fleeing for cover. The poor throne turns into a soggy shadow of its former self, and the backpacks have to take shelter in the phonebox (just don't tell Kiosk Kev). The rain soon stops, but a leech gets left behind - on Andrew's leg.
Another day in Camp, another opportunity for Roman to ask a head-scratching question. Today the topic is love, and the Celebs discuss how soon is too soon to say I love you. Cue the discussion...
He’s kept the Camp laughing and survived the rough Camp as well as the Jungle Jailhouse, but after 16 days in Camp comedian Andrew and those fantastic stripy swim shorts leave the Jungle thanks to your votes! He walks over the bridge and straight into the arms of Ant & Dec to talk about his time in Camp.