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!
Nadine Dorries says she will learn next week whether the Conservative Party whip would be restored following her appearance on 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here'.
She said she was "confident" that her suspension would be lifted after her meeting this morning with the Chief Whip Sir George Young.
MP Nadine Dorries has told me she is confident her suspension from the Tory Party will be lifted after her meeting this morning with the Chief Whip.
She said it was a lovely chat and they had agreed to meet again to discuss her future next week.
She was summoned to see Sir George Young to explain her decision to go on 'I'm a Celebrity'.
Former Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan has become the latest person to be voted out of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
Flanagan, who was put up for almost every bushtucker trial this series, exclaimed "Oh My God" when he heard the results of the public vote.
After leaving her camp mates, Flanagan told hosts Ant and Dec her failure to collect stars on a number of occasions was not a "game plan".
"Oh my God, I completely wish, because honestly, ever since I've been here", she I've just been absolutely cringing about how bad I'm going to look in these trials, thinking this is so humiliating - I will never be able to live this down," she said.
Despite failing to succeed in many of the trials, Flanagan said she was still "proud" of how she coped.
"When I first came into the show I was thinking 'Yeah, I'm really strong-minded, I'll be able to do all the trials and things'", she said. "I didn't think they were going to be as hard".
"Even though some of the trials were quite bad, I'm proud of myself because I feel like I did my best", she added.
The Mid-Bedfordshire MP Nadine Dorries has revealed to ITV Anglia she is meeting the Government Chief Whip tomorrow at 10am to explain her participation in the ITV show I'm A Celebrity.
She returned from Australia this morning.
She insisted: "I have not had the whip withdrawn - the whip has temporarily been suspended while I was abroad. And I hope that will be fully reinstated tomorrow."
Nadine Dorries has defended her appearance on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, after arriving back in the UK.
Speaking to reporters at Heathrow Airport, she said:
I've had three sitting days away from Parliament. The rest has been over half-term.
There are still MPs who have been away for two weeks and still haven't returned. I've had three sitting days away. I think that is an important thing to remember.
When asked about the reaction of some of her constituents in Mid Bedfordshire, she replied: "What they are angry about is what they have read in the newspapers, which is not the truth."
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has arrived back in Britain after her appearance on ITV'1's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
The backbench MP has been heavily criticised for travelling to Australia to take part in the ITV jungle survival show while the Commons was sitting.
She is now expected to meet with Tory Chief Whip Sir George Young who suspended the party whip, and summoned her to explain her actions.
But Ms Dorries denied she was about to have such a meeting, and added: "The Press are giving the impression the whip has been withdrawn. It hasn't."
A source close to Sir George told the Press Association that Ms Dorries had been "very clearly" informed in a letter that she was suspended pending their meeting.
That meeting is expected to happen "soon", according to the source.
A Conservative MP has made a dig at Nadine Dorries and her stint on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
MP for Chatham and Aylesford Tracey Crouch wrote on the Conservativehome website that the Tories will be re-elected at the next General Election if they "get the country out of the economic mess, not get themselves into the jungle".
Ms Crouch wrote, "I am paid by the taxpayer to represent the people who elected me to Parliament".
"I bet no-one will vote for me at the next election because I am 'normal' or whether I did a bush tucker trial but on my record and what I, and the Government, have done to help improve their lives, their communities and the country", she added.
Comedian and actor Brian Conley has told ITV1's Daybreak that upon entering the 'Im A Celebrity' jungle, he decided to stop taking anti-depressant medication he had been prescribed for the past 15 years.
Show bosses asked Conley to continue to take the medication, while in jungle. When he refused, he left the show. He says he has continued to refrain from taking the medication since his jungle exit and believes he is "a stronger man" for the incident.
I'm A Celebrity contestant Brian Conley has told ITV1's Daybreak he stopped taking the anti-depressants that he had been prescribed for 15 years while he was in the jungle.
The comedian and actor said he had been suffering from malnutrition and exhaustion but the show's bosses, worried about his well-being, insisted he keep taking the medication - which he refused.
He said: "ITV is a big huge company, they have got to do it right and if I've bought these tablets in, I've got to take them."
Brian left the show after ten days in the jungle.
He added that he has not taken anti-depressant medication since leaving the show and he believes the incident has made him a "much stronger man".
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