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Kate Garraway ‘favourite to leave in fourth-place’ after surprise double elimination

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There was a surprise double elimination on Friday night’s episode of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! as Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle both departed the jungle in sixth and fifth place respectively.

“Can you believe it? We came in together,” Jenner was heard saying to her camp-mates live on air.

It was a fitting end for two women who had given everything during their time in camp.

As Jenner referred to, they’d sky-dived from around 10,000 feet into the jungle together, with Coyle visibly distressed beforehand, and Jenner remaining typically ice-cool.

However, the reality TV star and former Olympic gold medalist revealed in her exit interview that she didn’t think she’d make it beyond the first night.

“I came here to kind of test myself… I knew it wasn’t going to be easy,” the 70-year-old told presenters Ant and Dec.

“The first night I didn’t think I’d make it to the next night. I can’t believe I made it all the way to three weeks.”

Earlier in the episode, we’d seen Roman Kemp and Andrew Whyment win four out of a possible six stars, as well as a cocktail each, in a bruising Bushtucker Trial.

The radio presenter and Coronation Street actor were placed within a rotating framework, which immersed itself beneath water, and were tasked with pairing up two words together.

‘The’ and ‘Body’ was one example, after Ant and Dec had asked for the famous Australian model Elle Macpherson’s nickname.

Kate Garraway, meanwhile, who is the odds-on 1/3 favourite to leave the show in fourth place on Saturday night, admitted she couldn’t help herself thinking about sex on the beach.

Ooh la la! The cocktail, of course.

Either way, that was certainly a less strange admission than revealing she “quite likes” and misses the smell of her husband’s farts.

Although Jacqueline Jossa, who is second-favourite to win the show behind Whyment at 9/2, revealed she loves her husband Dan Osborne’s morning breath.

Whatever floats your boat, eh?!

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