1. Kerri-Anne Kennerley
While the African jungle can be tough, it is likely going to be tougher for those who have a make-up rider written into their contract.
This certainly proved to be the case for Kerri-Anne Kennerley, who sent herself home after less than a week in the wilderness.
Kerri-Anne is the first celeb to leave the show, surprising contestants and fans alike.
KAK's reluctance to participate drew the ire of her teammate Dom, who said she'd "never met anyone so selfish in all my life".
"If you don’t even try and (eat this), I tell you what, we’re gonna be like ‘we’ll evict Kerri-Anne,’ legit,” Dom told KAK.
"Trust me, I’ll evict myself. Don’t you tell me what I need to do," Kerri-Anne returned. And that is precisely what happened!
Kerri-Anne is the first contestant out of the jungle, opting to evict herself and head on home after only four days.
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After failing to participate in any of the trials for which she was nominated, Kerri-Anne and Domenica came to blows over a shared eating challenge.
"I don't see any point in eating a ball that could never have a result," Kerrie-Anne told her fellow celebs back at camp.
"The abuse was quite overwhelming. To be called 'the most self-centred bitch she's ever met' and 'the contract queen' time and time again... I would have finished if she would have finished, and it was never going to happen.
"That said, I've made a choice, and it was a hard choice because I would love to stay, but it's never going to work."
Kerri-Anne also added that she thought it was unfair that she'd been nominated for three trials in a row.
KAK's chosen charity was Spinal Cure Australia, chosen for its connection to her late husband, John Kennerley who suffered a spinal injury.
2. Anna Polyviou
"Thank you so much for voting me. I'm actually so glad to be out of the jungle but I'm also missing the jungle and the camp mates as well. Either way, thank you so much, I had a great time. See you soon!" Polyviou said in a clip after leaving the jungle.
Polyviou's charity was Dress For Success, which improves employment outcomes for disadvantaged women.
Anna, a pastry chef and occasional guest judge on Masterchef Australia said she chose the charity after experience professional hardships recently, and experiencing subsequent thoughts of suicide.
"I never asked for help, and I should have,” she shared at the camp. “I feel like I have a second chance. It’s OK to ask for help, and these women are asking for help."
3. Bianca Hunt
"It is actually pretty amazing to be out of the jungle, we're going to have some nice, hot showers tonight," Bianca shared on Instagram after the elimination. "I am missing everyone already in camp but I can't wait to come back home."
During her time in the jungle, Bianca shared her experience of growing up Indigenous in Australia.
Hunt's charity was the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, which helps provide access to educational resources for indigenous kids, especially in remote communities.
"If it wasn't for education for me and my family, we wouldn't be where we are," the TV host said of her choice. "So, I want to make sure that opportunity is shared with more First Nations kids."
4. Ian 'Dicko' Dickson
Ian 'Dicko' Dickson was eliminated after receiving the least votes from the public.
"It's good, I've loved it and it's time to go. It's been really really special," he shared with his fellow castmates as he left.
He later told the hosts he was "really grateful" for the experience. "I wasn't expecting the lessons I was going to get out of this experience and I really was not expecting to fall in love with strangers like I did. I feel really grateful."
5. Nick "Honey Badger" Cummins
We didn't see that one coming! Bachelor star Nick Cummins was the latest contestant to be eliminated and fans were shocked, to say the least.
Despite being a late-intruder, arriving at camp after everyone else, The Honey Badger had his fair share of wild jungle experiences - including getting bit by a snake!
6. Debra Lawrance
Fans were outraged when fan-favourite Debra Lawrance was eliminated. The former Home And Away star was a popular contestant on this year's season and fans were more than surprised to see her leave.
7. Domenica Calarco
Many fans expected Dom to win this year's season of I'm A Celeb - but instead, the Ex-MAFS star and podcast host was booted out of the jungle in a move that shocked fans.
“Weirdly, today I had a feeling my time was over," she later explained to Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris. "I think yesterday conquering a huge fear of mine I felt, ‘OK my time here is done, I’ll be happy to leave whenever I do.’”
“Of course I would have loved to have won and have that money for my charity.”
“I am a completely different woman. I am leaving the jungle just a better person. Maybe a few kilos lighter. I have learnt so many lessons. I have met incredible people that I will call my friends for life."
“I just think, I know in myself now I am so much stronger than what I thought I was. That is a huge lesson. For that I will be eternally grateful.”
8. Peter Helliar
Fans were more than surprised when former Project co-host Peter Hellier left the competition. Pete was pegged to win the series but was voted out less than a week before the show's grand final.
9. Woody Whitelaw
Beloved radio host Woody Whitelaw was the latest to be booted from the jungle, in a move that surprised fans who thought he would make the final three.
"It was a completely life-changing experience. I didn’t expect it to be so life-changing," he told 10Play.
10. Adam Cooney and Nathan Henry
Sadly for Adam and Nathan, it was the end of their time in the jungle following a semi-final double elimination.
Stay tuned to find out who else leaves the jungle on this season of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!