Tiffany first to be voted out of TEN jungle
Not a quitter but '80s US singer Tiffany is alone now after the public finally have their say.
’80s US singer Tiffany is alone now after being the first contestant to be voted out of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here by the viewing public.
Tiffany, who was unable to complete a previous challenge involving heights, left the show after scoring lowest along with Simone Holtznagel and Kerry Armstrong.
“’It is so hard in there. It’s harder than I thought. I will be honest,” she told hosts Julia Morris & Chris Brown.
“I was rocked to my core and of course, you stepped up and helped me, thank you. You saved the day. Again my forever hero,” she told Brown.
Her departure follows the sudden exit of Bernard Tomic & Anthony Mundine, both quitting the show before public votes.
Last night Jackie Gillies also gave a psychic reading to Simone telling her former Australia’s Next Top Model judge Charlotte Dawson was watching over her.
“She is sorry with the way she left,” Gillies said.
“She’s come to you in a dream, times 10. She says she doesn’t want to see you cry in the bed any more.
“She says when you do, she says that this is her touching her head, she loves you have much. I feel like I am going to cry. She says she misses you very much and she is sorry.”
Gillies last night also said the words I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here to avoid a hot air balloon challenge.
Two new celebs enter the series tonight, tipped to be former Royal butler Paul Burrell and Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison both of whom appeared in the UK version.
This journalist did not fly to South Africa as a guest of Network TEN. So there.