Westlife singer Kian Egan has been crowned king of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!.
Alfonso has been holding out admirably, but he finally relented in last night's I'm A Celebrity and taught everyone the 'Carlton' dance.
Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington put in a gold medal performance as she finally did her first Bush Tucker Trial in the jungle.
I'm a Celebrity has won best Entertainment Programme at this year's National Television Awards.
Westlife's Kian Egan, who won the last series of the show, thanked the viewers for voting as he accepted the award.
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A teenager who ran-up an shocking £1,158 phone bill voting on TV show I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! has had to forfeit a chunk of her Christmas money to help pay the cost.
College student Nicole Hassall was unaware she was incurring charges when she repeatedly rang the ITV show's voting line on her mobile with the enormous bill only becoming apparent when her telephone operator sent her mother a warning by text message.
The 18-year-old's mother, Eileen Hassall, who is also the bill-payer, said she wanted people to be aware how quickly charges can build up, after now facing the prospect of paying a huge bill at Christmas time.
Westlife's Kian Egan has been crowned King of the Jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of here.
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! star Joey Essex has been learning a lot in the jungle and was stunned to learn that stick insects - look like sticks.
The reality TV star could not believe his eyes and thought the insect was a spider when he first spotted one during a jungle challenge.
Essex, who has previously stunned viewers by saying that he does not know how to blow his nose or read the time, came face to face with the stick insects during the Dingo Dollar Challenge.
"I've never seen one of those in my life, it actually looks like a stick, it's a ringer if you compared it to some sticks, you'd never tell the difference," Essex told Olympic star Rebecca Adlington.
"It is a stick with legs that moves and now I've seen two of them it's like stick insect city here."
Fans of The X Factor and I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here have reacted angrily to a transmission problem on ITV, with some viewers reporting a blank screen.
Having to ring my sister to get updates on the xfactor cause @itv is useless.
An attempted strike organised by campmates in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has been reportedly undermined by one of the contestants.
Westlife's Kian Egan was labelled a "scab" by talk show host Matthew Wright after breaking Wright's proposed protest of silence.
"If we all take our mikes off, we'll soon find the canopy will come down pretty quick," Wright had betted, before rallying his troops: "Are you with me fellows, revolution aye?"
But the plan was scuppered when Emmerdale star Lucy Pargeter came back into the camp after her Bushtucker Trial and Egan persisted in asking her about it.
The Westlife star told Wright: "You are the only person who wants to do it! Lucy has just come back from the trial - we should listen to her speak! Let her talk about it. Your attitude is unnecessary."
I'm A Celebrity... star Matthew Wright donned a white bikini to recreate former contestant Myleene Klass' famous shower scene in the Jungle.
The talkshow host told fellow contestant Joey Essex: "The papers always want to know who's going to do the Myleene white bikini moment and maybe wondering if it's going to be Amy or Lucy, but I can let you into a little secret, Joey, that this year's white bikini moment is coming from a fella".
He then stripped off to reveal he was wearing a white Myleene-style bikini, saying: "I soaped up and did my very best to recreate those magic Myleene moments. At one point the bloody things (bikini bottoms) came undone".
He added: "I think it's good sometimes to turn these things on their head. It shouldn't just be every year people waiting to see the girl with the big knockers, prancing around, because ultimately that is sexist and so I'm standing up to strike a blow to even the pitch."