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Ola Jordan bids farewell to the jungle

Published 29/11/2016

Ola Jordan
Ola Jordan

Ola Jordan followed in the footsteps of Danny Baker and Lisa Snowdon as she was voted off I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Ola Jordan was the third celebrity to be voted off I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on Monday night (28Nov16).

The former Strictly Come Dancing professional followed in the footsteps of previous evictees Danny Baker and Lisa Snowdon as she made her exit, but looked thrilled as she was greeted by husband James Jordan at the end of the drawbridge.

Speaking to hosts Ant and Dec after her exit, Ola opened up on why there has been little drama in the camp this year.

"Everyone is just so nice," she smiled. "I am so lucky because the girls were so lovely. I was with a such a nice bunch of people.

We all just got on really well!"

The closest the camp got to any disagreement was when Danny and Martin Roberts entered the camp as late arrivals.

"They stirred things up quite a bit! But once they climatised (sic), it was fine," Ola explained.

And the group's strong bond was back in place just days after Danny and Martin made their arrival. However, Ola told Ant and Dec the most difficult time was when the camp was divided into two as part of a Bushtucker Trial.

"It was hard when we had to compete against one another because we didn't want to," she said. "We didn't enjoy that at all. It was strange not being together.

"But the hardest thing was the fish guts - that was the worst thing ever! I can still taste them."

There's another thing that Ola isn't sad to see the back of following her departure - the toilet.

Speaking on Extra Camp after her exit, Ola laughed: "I’ll miss the toilet the least! People sitting and brushing your teeth while you’re trying to do a poo!”

Now she's out of the jungle, Ola has tipped Carol Vorderman to be named Queen of the Jungle, after forming a strong bond with the former Countdown star during their time in the outback.

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