Lady Colin Campbell leaves the jungle 'on medical grounds' and Twitter is delighted
Lady Colin Campbell, arguably the most annoying yet most watchable of the I'm A Celebrity contestants, has left the jungle.
According to ITV she was forced to leave "on medical grounds" just four days before Sunday's big final.
The 66-year-old's departure came just hours after he biggest ally in the camp, Chris Eubank, was voted off the show.
Of Lady C he said, "She's a mother figure, so naturally I gravitated towards her. And she's wise, and she's experienced and knowledgeable, and all of that I am attracted to... Her conversation was invigorating and surprising."
However, Lady C clashed constantly with other camp mates, particularly singer Tony Hadley. She also irked camp mates by refusing to take part in a dish-washing task and refusing to do a Bushtucker Trial which involved being underground because she said her cousin had been buried alive.
She did, however, take part in two other trials but caused controversy again when she witheld a can of tomato soup from hungry came mates.
Twitter was jubilant following her exit, although things are likely to be a lot quieter and a lot less entertaining for the next few days...
SO glad Lady C has left the jungle #ImACeleb - can finally start enjoying the show!!— Roxanna Budd-Lambert (@Roxannanananana) December 2, 2015
Lady C left camp! I'm sad because there will be less drama but happy because she was an annoying rat. #imaceleb— شبانة (@Shabxana) December 2, 2015
The jungle is gonna be boring now lady c walked ffs #ImACeleb— Behlul (@behlul_official) December 2, 2015
LADY C LEFT THE JUNGLE CAUSE OF MEDICAL GROUNDS HALLELUJAH THANK GOD FOR THAT #imaceleb— cora| missing jacks (@johnsonshugs) December 2, 2015
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