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Who Has Left the I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here 2024 Jungle?

Find out who has left camp.
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I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is back for 2024 and although the competition may still be in its early stages, it’s definitely shaping up to be one of the most action-packed seasons to date. 

Guiding the 12 star-studded contestants through their jungle journey is beloved co-host Julia Morris and I’m a Celebrity newcomer Robert Irwin. While both hosts are no strangers to the gruesome tucker trials, the latest group of celebrity campers will certainly be confronted by the array of creepy crawlies and campfire delicacies. 

Watch Below: I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia 2024 Trailer.

Forming new friendships and experiencing the beauty of the African jungle may be one perk of camp life, but unfortunately for our favourite stars, it won’t guarantee you a final place on the I’m a Celebrity throne. 

As the celebrities count down the hours until their next challenge, we take a look back on who has left I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 2024 so far.

Who has left I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia 2024? 

Brittany Hockley. (Credit: Ten)

Brittany Hockley

Throughout her time in the jungle, Brittany Hockley overcame some of the season’s most intense challenges with her tenacity and positivity. 

Speaking to WHO following her elimination, Brittany shared that while the lack of food and physical challenges may have been more intense than anticipated, the bond she shared with her campmates was key to thriving in the jungle. 

“You’ve only got each other. Everyone goes through their down days, but it’s good because it’s at different points to everyone else. You do rely on each other a lot.” 

Although she may not have made it to the final three, Brittany’s appearance on I’m a Celebrity raised valuable awareness and support for RizeUp.

Ellie Cole. (Credit: Ten)

Ellie Cole

As a long-time fan of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here, Paralympian Ellie Cole embraced any challenge thrown her way. 

Whether she was submerged in a train carriage or overcoming being nibbled by rats, Ellie continued to tackle the jungle’s antics while simultaneously taking up the mantle of camp swim coach.

While she sadly did not make it to the grand finale, Ellie’s time in camp raised awareness for the work of her chosen charity Challenge. 

Stephen K. Amos. (Credit: Ten)

Stephen K. Amos

Comedian Stephen K. Amos’ journey through the I’m a Celebrity jungle saw him become a fan-favourite contestant. 

Whether he was battling alongside his campmates in a number of gruesome tucker trials or strengthening his swimming muscles alongside Ellie Cole, Stephen continued to rise to the challenge of camp life. 

Unfortunately, his time on the show was cut short, however, Stephen’s appearance brought some much-needed attention to the Banksia Palliative Care Service. 

Khanh Ong. (Credit: Ten)

Khanh Ong

After overcoming one of the season’s most intense solo challenges, MasterChef star Khanh Ong sadly became the sixth celebrity to depart the I’m a Celebrity jungle. 

Reflecting on his experience with hosts Robert Irwin and Julia Morris, Khanh quipped, “Look, I still love screaming. I still hate frogs, but I’m actually a lot better with bugs now!… I’ve loved the entire experience. My campmates have been amazing and they’re going to be my friends for life now.” 

Khanh’s time in the jungle also raised valuable awareness for Minus18 – a charity that provides LGBTQIA+ youth much-needed support, safe spaces, education, and community.

Peter Daicos. (Credit: Ten)

Peter Daicos

Following a shock double elimination, Collingwood legend Peter Daicos became the fifth celebrity to leave the I’m a Celebrity Australia camp. 

While he may not have made it to the final stages of the competition, Peter’s time on the show raised some valuable awareness for the Flicker of Hope Foundation – dedicated to raising funds and supporting those diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis. 

Frankie Muniz. (Credit: Ten)

Frankie Muniz

While he may have risen to each of the jungle challenges, Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz became the first celebrity to voluntarily withdraw from the 2024 season of I’m a Celebrity.

Speaking around the campfire, Frankie shared that he had been struggling with being away from his family and after receiving a heartwarming letter from home, he decided that he needed to be with his wife and son. 

Although he may have exited the jungle, the actor still brought much-needed awareness to the work of Dementia Australia. 

Michelle Bridges. (Credit: Ten)

Michelle Bridges

After a tough week in camp, Michelle Bridges became the third celebrity to be voted out of the South African jungle. 

Conquering some of I’m a Celebrity’s most gruesome challenges, the reality TV veteran was a key player in helping her fellow campmates take home as many gold stars as possible, with her standout performance undoubtedly being at the jungle food feast. 

Throughout her time in the jungle and beyond, Michelle raised awareness and encouraged audiences to support her chosen charity, Women’s Community Shelters. 

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Candice Warner. (Credit: Ten)

Candice Warner

Candice Warner was the second contestant to be eliminated from I’m A Celebrity. The former Ironwoman had an eventful and memorable time in camp – braving terrifying trials that saw her brave creepy crawlies, terrifying heights, snakes, and icy cold plunges. 

Despite her time on the show being cut short, Candice used her opportunity to highlight the importance of protecting our youth from bullying with her chosen charity, Dolly’s Dream.

Denise Drysdale. (Credit: Ten)

Denise Drysdale

Despite being the last celebrity to enter the camp, Australian TV legend Denise Drysdale was the first star eliminated from I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

While many of the celebs, including her newfound jungle bestie Callum Hole, were sad to see her depart the jungle, Denise shared a contrasting sentiment, joking, “Can I thank people who voted me out? If I see you anywhere, come up and say hello. I’ll buy you a drink!”

Although her stint on the show may have been cut short, the 75-year-old raised valuable awareness for her nominated charity, Gotcha4Life.

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