I’m A Celebrity 2018 – The Best Bits

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Having entertained viewers – and campmates – like few others in the show’s history, Harry Redknapp has been crowned King of the Jungle, bringing the latest series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! to a close. As the camp empties out, we’re looking back at some of the highlights of the past few weeks that had us roaring with laughter, squirming with awkwardness, and sometimes simply speechless…

Christmas TV 2019


The campmates were just getting comfy when they were given a new leader – all rise for Emperor Edmunds! Yes, the Deal Or No Deal host (and Mr Blobby’s best mate) shocked everyone when he appeared on a gloriously OTT Roman balcony, ready to join the fray…


Emotional moments aren’t what immediately jumps to mind when it comes to I’m A Celeb, but there’s never a dry eye left when family reunions are involved. The remaining contestants were surprised by their loved ones in the last week, and it seemed to hit everyone right in the feels!



He thought there’d be a caravan hidden away from the camera to serve bacon sandwiches. He reckoned his “time in the SAS” would mean he’d manage everything no problem. And what he wouldn’t do for a jam roly poly! Yes, our eventual winner looked to be onto a good thing from the get-go!


The celebs’ reactions to real food is always gas – see Emily losing her mind over a plate of chips, for example – but gathering around to lick Fleur when she returned from the baking trial was a new level. She described it as “the weirdest thing ever,” and it’s pretty hard to disagree…



It’s always difficult to pick out the ultimate test the campmates went through; from the stomach-churning Nero to Hero to the surreal sight of a blindfolded reindeer catching stars in mid-air, they’re certainly never short of interesting! Perhaps the most fun, however, was seeing new host Holly Willoughby’s reactions. Dec might be used to the chaos, but Holly was representing us throughout; worried, horrified, and frequently in fits of giggles, it was a nice reminder of just how mad the whole thing really is!