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Vicki in goodbye to Celebrity camp

Former 'Allo 'Allo actress Vicki Michelle has said goodbye goodbye to her time in the jungle when she became the latest star to be booted out of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!

The 63-year-old celebrated her first moments of freedom by taking a sip of champagne and revealed that she would "miss the eye candy" of seeing Jake Quickenden and Carl Fogarty half naked.

The glamorous star of stage and screen said: "It feels fabulous that I'm going to be out in the real world.

"I'm not sure how I'm going to cope with it, it is like I have been with all these people in this bl***y commune forever.

"I'm going to miss the eye candy. I'm going to miss Foggy's pants and Jake's pants early in the morning. But I'm excited at being out, it has been a fabulous experience."

Vicki plucked up the courage to face her fair share of the dreaded bushtucker trials while in the jungle.

And despite being doused in cockroaches during her three-week stint on the show, the star revealed she was itching to have another trial.

She said: "I wanted another one - beat those b******s. I mean the critters."

She admitted the show was "much harder than I thought it was going to be" but in a "weird, sadistic, masochistic sort of fun way".

Tensions heated up at dinner time when Melanie Sykes's controlling ways left some campmates simmering, Vicki revealed.

But she said campmates were biting their tongues to keep the peace.

She said: "I bl***y bit my tongue, which is difficult for me, but to save the peace. Otherwise it would have been confrontational."

Producers on the ITV programme have added a twist to the next show and revealed that two celebrities will be shown the door in a shock double eviction.

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