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Tinchy and Kendra leave the jungle

Rap star Tinchy Stryder and Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson were voted out of the jungle in a shock double eviction.

Their fellow campmates were left open mouthed in shock when presenters Ant and Dec revealed that two of their number were leaving I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!

Stryder, 28, told the presenters about his unlikely friendship with veteran BBC reporter Michael Buerk and revealed he plans to go head to head at table tennis with his new best friend out of the jungle.

"Michael definitely was my right hand in there," the singer said, and joked that the pair would be releasing an album.

He added: "We are going to meet up again - I love table tennis and he says he is good at it so we will see how that goes."

Meanwhile Wilkinson, 29, revealed that she got more than she bargained for when she entered the jungle.

The model, who had to endure more dreaded Bushtucker trials than any other contestant on this year's series, said she thought the show would be part "faked", and that ITV producers would secretly feed the camp-mates.

She said: "I thought I would come in and act and get food under the table. But no, that is not how it works around here."

Discussing her argument with former Conservative minister Edwina Currie, she accused the politician of rounding on her when she was baring her soul and talking about her family.

She said: "It came from a really bad place. I wanted to share my story with people and get to know my heart and she is attacking me while I'm in my most vulnerable place."

Last night's double eviction leaves just four stars to battle it out to be crowned king or queen of the jungle.

The remaining celebrities are Currie, TV presenter Mel Sykes, X Factor reject Jake Quickenden, and superbike champion Carl Fogarty.

But tensions are brewing as Sykes accused Currie of picking on her.

She said: "I respect her for all that she has done but she ... I don't know why, but I feel like she is on me a little bit."

She told Quickenden: "I hate being told: 'You're like this, you're like that,' by somebody who's known me for about three seconds."


From Belfast Telegraph