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After just over a fortnight in the jungle Nadine Dorries - MP for Mid Bedfordshire - was the first to be voted off.
Her trip to Australia may have caused controversy but she says she has no regrets:
"What I know is that 12 million people watch this programme and I reckon out of those people a handful are probably MPs and people in the Lords and it really is important, I think, that what MPs realise is that you need to go where people go and understand why they go there."
It's caused plenty of controversy, and certainly made the headlines, but Nadine Dorries's stay in the jungle has proved to be shortlived.
The Mid-Bedfordshire MP was tonight the first contestant to be voted off this year's 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here' after just over a fortnight.
But despite being criticised for taking part in the show, she said she had no regrets.