I’m A Celebrity fans gutted as Myles Stephenson is voted out

The camp is getting smaller

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Myles Stephenson has become the sixth celebrity to leave the I’m A Celebrity jungle.

The singer and Caitlyn Jenner were in the bottom two and it was revealed that Myles would be heading home.

Myles, 28, said: “I got to the Jungle Arms, I got my letter from my dad, my first ever letter from my father so I’m content.”

Myles was sent home (Credit: ITV)

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The Rak-Su singer continued: “I would have obviously liked to go the full way but the rest of the people in there deserve every last bit of it.”

Speaking about being the camp cook, Myles said: “The first day I was feeling the pressure but after that you get into the flow of it. I loved every second of it.”

Myles admitted he was even “debating doing the show” because his nan has been ill.

Gushing over his campmates, he added: “There were no bad eggs in the camp. Day after day, trial after trial, we had all confidence in each other. We became a family.”

Myles said he feels “content” about being out of the jungle (Credit: ITV)

Revealing who he would like to see win it, Myles said: “Roman is my brother, I love that guy, but it would also be very nice to see an all-women final.”

Viewers gutted to see Myles go and shared their thoughts on Twitter.

Nah I’m so gutted Myles is gone. Just want him BACK.

One person said: “Aww im gutted Myles is out he’s done so well.”

Another wrote: “WHO VOTED MYLES OFF NO.”

A third added: “Nah I’m so gutted Myles is gone. Just want him BACK.”

It comes after James Haskell and Ian Wright left the jungle this week.

During last night’s episode, former footballer Ian was voted out and he admitted it was his time.

He said: “I feel it’s time. It’s becoming more and more difficult trying to focus on being more positive.”

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He added: “I found towards the end, I wasn’t positive near the end. It’s been unbelievable. The mental side of me, I have a lot of work to do on it.”

Speaking about being “frustrated” in the jungle and during trials, Ian said: “It comes back down to the team and the fact that you just want to win stars for them.”

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