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Myles Stephenson eliminated from I’m A Celeb

OHMYGOSSIP — Myles Stephenson has been eliminated from ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’.
The RakSu singer has become the sixth contestant to get axed from the reality TV show, shot in Australia, after the British public failed to save him on Thursday (05.12.19) night’s show.
Myles follows Adele Roberts, Andrew Maxwell, Cliff Parisi, James Haskell and Ian Wright out of the jungle and he admitted he would have loved to have made it into the final.
He told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly: “I would have loved to go the full way but the rest of the people in there deserve it so hats off to them.
“I met the most amazing people I have ever met in my life, I’ve enjoyed every second of it. Two years ago, I could never have dreamed of this. I’m glad I got this far.”
Myles, 28, took on the role of camp chef and revealed he was nervous at first about cooking for his fellow celebrities.
He quipped: “I was nervous the first night, I didn’t want to kill Ian Wright on TV.”
Myles also spoke about how close he was to all of the other campmates.
He said: “I don’t call them campmates and friends, I call them family. There were no bad eggs in the camp, everyone was there for each other. We had full confidence in each other.
“You spend three weeks in camp together, you’re going to know everything about each other.”
And Myles said he hopes one of the female campmates wins.
He explained: “I would love everyone to win it but it would be nice to see an all-women final.”
While Myles loved his time in the jungle, Ian previously admitted he found it tedious at times.
Speaking after his elimination, Ian told Ant and Dec: “I won’t miss the boredom… that’s when things start to fester… I will definitely miss the campmates.
“I feel it’s time [to leave]. It’s becoming more and more difficult to focus on being positive and you’ve got people around you who need you to be positive. I found towards the end, especially young people, you need to be positive. My time has come.”
However, Ian said he found the jungle a great learning experience.
He explained: “I needed a new challenge and the challenge I got wasn’t what I was expecting … It was a more mental thing. I found the mental side of me, I’ve got a lot of work to do… I can’t express enough how incredible the people are in there. I’ve got to be a little bit calmer … I lose it too quickly …”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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