Sair Khan

Sair leaves the Jungle!

From the cobbles to the Camp… soapstar Sair has had a fantastic fortnight in the Jungle, but thanks to your votes her Jungle journey is now over! She joins Dec and Holly to reflect on the friendships she made, frustrations she felt and fears she overcame (camel’s hoof, anyone?!) during her time in Camp.

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In Pictures: Sair's Outback Adventure

She swapped the cobbles for Camp and kept her fellow Celebs fed despite some err… - challenging -ingredients, but your votes mean Sair is the third Celebrity to leave the Jungle! The soapstar arrived in style but the glamour soon gave way to terror as Sair faced The Edge and adjusted to that rice and beans life. But she’s made of strong stuff, smashing The Sickening Sewer and stomaching a camel’s hoof in the Bushtucker Trials. Check out her Jungle journey in pictures.

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The girls play Snog, Marry, Push Off A Cliff

An innocent trip to wash the pots in the creek takes a brutal turn when the girls play a game of Snog, Marry, Push Off A Cliff (as you do). Sair goes for a snog from Noel, and Fleur opts to marry James, but poor Rita gets a rough time of it - until Emily decides that she’d quite like a marriage full of mischief with the soapstar.

In Pictures: Kup-Cake Dingo Dollar Challenge

Sick-toria Sponge Cake and Key Lime Fly - just a piece of cake, right? Not when it's a Dingo Dollar Challenge, as wannabe bakers Fleur and Sair found out when made a right mess of their mixtures trying to win a treat for Camp. Although Sair seemed to escape lightly compared to Fleur, who got absolutely covered while Sair escaped with just a light dusting. Take a look at how the duo got dunked.

A sweet sweet Dingo Dollar dunking for Fleur and Sair

This is a cook off with a difference! Fleur and Sair get more than a little stuck into the mixture as they attempt to bake Sick-toria Sponge Cake and Key Lime Fly in a bid to win those Dingo Dollars and a treat for Camp. And it’s Fleur that rises to the baking challenge - getting more than a little covered in the ingredients, while Sair escapes with just a light dusting. The proof is in the pudding!