Soap star Charlie Brooks has gone from the Queen Vic to being named the new Queen of the Jungle as the latest I'm A Celebrity series winner.
Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts and soap star Charlie Brooks will fight for the I'm A Celebrity title after boxer David Haye was knocked out.
MP Nadine Dorries has officially landed in the jungle tonight for her time on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!
David Davis is hosting a 'return of the prodigal daughter party' on Monday. whips only allowed if accompanied by responsible adult.From @NadineDorriesMP on Twitter:
Ofcom has launched an investigation into I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! after the seven-year-old daughter of Eastenders star Charlie Brooks was involved in a stunt on the show.
Brooks, who was later crowned Queen of the Jungle, and darts player Eric Bristow were tasked with choosing between doors that either had a treat behind them or a "game over" sign.
What Brooks didn't know is that her daughter Kiki - who she had not seen for 18 days - was standing a few feet away from her behind one of the doors.
When the door with the "game over" sign was picked, Brooks returned to camp without being reunited.
Television regulator Ofcom received 66 complaints, while Brooks later called it "heartbreaking".
She said, "I signed up for this show, but Kiki didn't. I didn't want her to be so upset. I had no idea this was happening. It was my lowest point".
Ofcom will investigate whether ITV took due care to protect Kiki's welfare and whether the potential for offence caused by scenes of Brooks appearing distressed following the stunt were justified by the context.
A spokesman for I'm a Celebrity said at the time that a senior producer had seen "Kiki afterwards and she was fine", adding, "Kiki and her grandma come to the jungle every day with the other friends and family, so the experience wasn't as out of the ordinary as it might look".
ITV said that the I'm A Celebrity final had a peak audience of 10.6 million last night, which was a 47% share of TV viewers.
The final show averaged 9.8 million, which was up 200,000 viewers on the audience for last year's final.
Overall series 12 of the show averaged 9.2 million viewers, making it the fourth most watched series ever, up on last year's series average of 8.9 million viewers, ITV said.
The X Factor drew a peak audience of 8.9 million viewers last night, and averaged 8 million viewers across the 90 minute show.
ITV1 said it was the most watched channel in prime time last night by more than a million viewers.
Ashley Roberts said she delighted to finish runner up behind Charlie Brooks in the final of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! as she never expected to get so far.
The former Pussycat Doll told hosts Ant and Dec: "I have gone beyond what I ever expected to get through in this competition, I'm so proud of myself."
Brooks was crowned Queen of the Jungle in the first ever all-female final.
Former Eastenders star Charlie Brooks has won I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here Now!
When asked by hosts Ant and Dec how she felt about being crowned Queen of the Jungle, Brooks responded with a smile, "Silly!"
Brooks said "not in a million years" would she have envisaged winning the reality show.
Former Eastenders actress Charlie Brooks has won I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Here!
Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts came in second on the show.
Chef Rosemary Shrager has become the latest contestant to be voted off I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Shrager, who spent 13 days in the jungle, said she "absolutely loved" the experience after losing out in the public vote.
She told Ant and Dec after leaving the camp, "It feels amazing, amazing. Oh, what an experience. I have absolutely loved it".
"If anybody had told me it would be that hard, I might have thought twice about it", she added.
Her departure from the jungle leaves just five celebrities to fight for the title of King or Queen of the Jungle.
Only Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, EastEnders star Charlie Brooks, Boxing champ David Haye, darts legend Eric Bristow and Made in Chelsea star Hugo Taylor remain.
The Chief Whip's spokesman says Nadine Dorries won't have the whip restored until she can prove she can rebuild bridges with her constituents, her local association and her Parliamentary colleagues. She has 14 days to prove that.
There appears to be a battle of wills between Number 10 and Dorries, who came out of her meeting confident the whip would be restored straight away.