I’m A Celebrity 2019: Winner revealed

We have our new queen of the jungle 👑

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!'s Jacqueline Jossa, Andy Whyment and Roman Kemp

by Carl Smith |
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It doesn't feel like five minutes since Caitlyn Jenner was chucked out of a plane over Australia, but after three weeks of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! shenanigans Ant McPartin and Declan Donnelly crowned _f_ormer EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa queen of the jungle.

After all the fun, frolics and more fish eyes than you can shake a didgeridoo at, Jacqueline beat off stiff competition from Coronation Street's Andy Whyment and radio DJ Roman Kemp; who nabbed the second and third place spots respectively.

Coming third on the show following Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway's departure on Saturday night (7th December), Roman said: "That was the best thing of my life. I've never had more fun, I've never had an experience like that.

"I couldn't be more grateful."

I'm A Celeb final results:


I'm A Celebrity 2019 winner

EastEnders' Jacqueline Jossa I'm A Celeb1 of 3

WINNER: Jacqueline Jossa

Coronation Street Andy Whyment I'm A Celeb2 of 3

2nd PLACE: Andy Whyment

Capital FM Roman Kemp I'm A Celeb3 of 3

3rd PLACE: Roman Kemp

Just before the result was announced, Andy said: "To know that people have got behind me, after playing a character for so long...to know that people have got behind Andy Whyment rather than [Coronation Street character] Kirk Sutherland is amazing."

Jacqueline echoed Andy's point, adding: "I've always been known as Lauren from EastEnders or a doormat."

She also thanked husband Dan Osborne following her win.

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Jacqueline joins the likes of 2018 winner Harry Redknapp, Kerry Katona and OG Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison in the I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! winners' hall of fame.

This all comes after show bosses recently denied a 'boring line-up' had caused them to 'lose viewers' this year.

A spokesperson explained: "I'm A Celebrity is the most watched programme of the year. It is also the most watched programme for 16-34s (3.5m and 71% share) and 16-24s (1.4m and 74% share).

"On a TV set the first eight episodes are consolidating with 11.2m viewers with a 44% share. If you include viewing on a Non TV device it takes the total average audience up to 11.7m viewers."

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