Life After The Jungle: I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here: The Coming Out Show!

And so now here is my final I’m A Celeb blog of the season guys and gals! 🙂 The traditional coming out show where we see all the campmates leave the jungle and see all their families and friends again. Tissues at the ready! Here is my five highlights from the show!:

Tinchy’s Exit

I love Tinchy! And I was looking forward to seeing Man Like Tinchy’s exit from the jungle. It was brilliant seeing him meet up with his mate Michael Bell and them stopping off for a KFC on their way to the hotel where he met up again with Michael. Fabulous campmate! Love him!

Jimmy massages Edwina and Comes Up Behind Michaela on This Morning

Jimmy wasn’t my favourite campmate this year but these two moments were priceless TV. They were very funny. And Edwina’s first masseur. Swoon! 🙂

Foggy With His Family

Seeing Foggy with his family was very emotional. It reminded me of me with my mum, sister and my late dad. They seem a lovely family.

Michael’s Exit

It was really sweet seeing Michael with his wife Chris. They seem such a lovely couple.

The Party

The party looked fun and there was no rows at it like last year’s. And Foggy’s speech was fab!

Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty Wins I’m A Celebrity 2014!

Last night Lancashire-born and four-time World Superbike champion Carl ‘Foggy’ Fogarty won the fourteenth series of ITV’s I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here!

The star beat off stiff competition in the final from former X Factor contestant Jake Quickenden who was second and presenter Mel Sykes who was third. Fogarty was presented with the crown and staff by last year’s king of the jungle former Westlife star and Voice of Ireland coach Kian Egan after the result was announced by Ant & Dec and was met by his wife Michaela at the end of the bridge in excited and adorable circumstances where his crown fell off at one stage and an excited Michaela put it back on his head.

Foggy said of his time in the jungle,

‘Nobody thought they were up themselves and everybody was lovely. Ten really nice people – and I’m not a people person. Everyone was easy-going.’

And said of his win that it was ‘the best thing that’s ever happened to me’.

Very well deserved Foggy! 🙂