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Jill Scott wins ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’

OHMYGOSSIP — Jill Scott has won ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!’
The 35-year-old footballer survived 23 days in the Australian outback while competing on the ITV reality show and was crowned Queen of the Jungle on Sunday (27.11.22), beating ‘Hollyoaks’ star Owen Warner, 23, to the winning title and was shocked upon hearing the result.
She said: “I can’t believe this. I just can’t believe it. Honestly, I’m gonna owe my, grandma, a lot of money for the 12 million votes that came in. It’s definitely hard to take in. These guys have been incredible, there shouldn’t be just one winner, we couldn’t have got through it without each other.”
The Lioness was then crowned by fourth-placed campmate Mike Tindall and could be heard crying “Oh my God, wow!” as she walked across the bridge on her way out of the jungle as she was hugged by her partner Shelly Unnit.
Following the result, soap actor Owen was pleased for his co-star and claimed that no-one deserved the victory more before running off to be hugged by his mum Polly.
He said: “I’m so gassed for Jill, I think everyone agrees. No one deserves it more than Jill!”
Just moments before hearing of her victory, Jill – who was part of the England team when they won the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 – urged children to go into the sport as she explained her experience as part of her team had helped her with her time on the show.
She said: “I always say that’s why kids need to go into sport – it’s not about going to the highest level or anything. It’s about supporting, winning, losing, and hard work. I think, you dunno how you’re gonna react to rats but I think all those years playing for incredible teams helped me. . I was trying to tone it down at first thinking ‘Come On Jill, you’re live on ITV, your grandma is watching, your nieces are watching’, but then as it went on you just forgot you were on a TV show. ”
Earlier in the show, MP Matt Hancock finished in third place and explained upon leaving the show that he wanted to “be himself” for the public.
He said: “I remember all those things but I was like ‘Oh God did I really say all that?’ I just wanted to show what I’m like as a person. Lots of people come to me with preconceived ideas for obvious reasons and I just wanted to be myself. I strongly believe that politicians as a whole don’t come across as human.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online




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