David Ginola has become the eighth person to leave I’m A Celebrity, leaving behind Frankie Bridge, Simon Gregson and Danny Miller as the final three.
David's exit comes after Friday’s double elimination where Olympic diver Matty Lee and EastEnders veteran Adam Woodyatt were voted off.
Meanwhile,Louise Minchin exited the hit ITV show on Thursday, leaving Frankie as the last woman standing.
David lasted 19 days in the Welsh I'm A Celebrity Castle.
Speaking to Ant and Dec after his exit, David said that while the show surprised him in a good way, he's happy to be getting out of the Castle and that he can't wait to see his family.
"It's been an amazing journey," he said. "To be there stuck in that Castle and to see the gate when I came out (opening up for me) but seeing the three remaining there, I don't know what to feel. I feel half joy, half pleasure, half – I don't know. I need to step back a little bit."
Prior to David's elimination, he took part in theinfamous Celebrity Cylcone challengewhere the celebs were tasked with collecting stars for their final meal in camp, all while being hammered with water and wind.
David struggled to get up the ramp and took several attempts to reach the top.
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Despite it’s difficulty, Simon, Danny, David and Frankie still went on to win all four stars, and were awarded with pheasant as their prize meal.
Danny admitted it wasn’t too overjoyed by the prospect of eating pheasant, but French footballer David told him that it would be nice.
“I felt my face drop to be honest when I saw it was a pheasant, but David assured me it’ll be nice,” he said.
After eating the meal, Frankie insisted that the bird tasted like roast chicken.
During the foursome’s final dinner together, they raised a glass to their campmates Matty and Adam who left the show yesterday.
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