Vicky Pattison rules out doing I’m A Celebrity for third time


She headed into the Aussie series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here after winning the 15th UK series of the show in 2015.

But Vicky Pattison has insisted she is finally turning her back on the jungle for good as she insisted she can’t leave her fiancé John Noble’s side.

The jungle reject, 30, professed her love for her lover in a dramatic fashion as she declared she couldn’t be apart from him ever again.

'I will never do another jungle': Vicky Pattison ruled out doing I'm A Celebrity for third time as she can't leave her fiancé John Noble's side (pictured together)

'I will never do another jungle': Vicky Pattison ruled out doing I'm A Celebrity for third time as she can't leave her fiancé John Noble's side (pictured together)

‘I will never do another jungle’: Vicky Pattison ruled out doing I’m A Celebrity for third time as she can’t leave her fiancé John Noble’s side (pictured together)

She told Now To Love magazine :’I will never do another jungle. Now that he’s in my life, I can’t be absent from him again. I would lie awake thinking why am I not with him.

‘I’ve spent 30 years of my life looking for him… And you left him for the jungle! I’m such a creep I’ve been attached to him like a koala.’

It is no surprise The Ex On The Beach star dropped 10 pounds as stars often leave the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here jungle lighter thanks to the tough challenges and change of diet.

She explained to the magazine: ‘Apparently I lost 10 pounds! I’m sure I’ve put it all back on after this breakfast. 

So nice do it twice: She headed into the Aussie series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here after winning the 15th UK series of the show in 2015 (pictured in Australia, December 2015)

So nice do it twice: She headed into the Aussie series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here after winning the 15th UK series of the show in 2015 (pictured in Australia, December 2015)

So nice do it twice: She headed into the Aussie series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here after winning the 15th UK series of the show in 2015 (pictured in Australia, December 2015)

The Geordie Shore star was sent packing on Sunday as she narrowly missed out on the show’s hotly anticipated final on Monday.

Vicky, who had an emotional reunion with her fiancé hours early, appeared happy to leave the series before the grand finale.

Host Dr Chris Brown announced there was a record-breaking amount of votes to tally, but the English star had not secured enough to stay.

He announced that boxer Danny Green was safe first, while co-host Julia Morris revealed singer Shannon Noll was also safe. 

‘The celebrity that must now leave is… Vicky,’ Julia announced as the former reality star grabbed her rucksack and hurried out of the camp site with a spring in her step.

Danny was noticeably shocked out of the final three, claiming he truly thought he was going to be leaving during the elimination. 

Saying her goodbyes! Host Dr Chris Brown announced there was a record-breaking amount of votes to tally, but the English star had not secured enough to stay

Saying her goodbyes! Host Dr Chris Brown announced there was a record-breaking amount of votes to tally, but the English star had not secured enough to stay

Saying her goodbyes! Host Dr Chris Brown announced there was a record-breaking amount of votes to tally, but the English star had not secured enough to stay

'I was so ready to grab that red bag!' Danny was noticeably shocked out of the final three, claiming he truly thought he was going to be leaving during the elimination

'I was so ready to grab that red bag!' Danny was noticeably shocked out of the final three, claiming he truly thought he was going to be leaving during the elimination

‘I was so ready to grab that red bag!’ Danny was noticeably shocked out of the final three, claiming he truly thought he was going to be leaving during the elimination

‘Thanks so much guys,’ Vicky said as she hugged her celebrity camp mates for the last time. Arriving into the jungle tree house for her exit interview, she said: ‘I just feel really lucky to be here.’

She said it was ‘a foolish mistake’ to think it would be the same to the English version of the show that she appeared on previously.

Vicky said she ‘couldn’t ask for a better bunch’ as she praised Australians for being ‘hardworking, nice and love a good laugh.’

'I just feel really lucky to be here': Arriving into the jungle treehouse for her exit interview with hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown, she said she enjoyed her time with her Aussie co-stars

'I just feel really lucky to be here': Arriving into the jungle treehouse for her exit interview with hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown, she said she enjoyed her time with her Aussie co-stars

‘I just feel really lucky to be here’: Arriving into the jungle treehouse for her exit interview with hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown, she said she enjoyed her time with her Aussie co-stars

Tougher Down Under! She said it was 'a foolish mistake' to think it would be the same to the English version of the show that she appeared on previously

Tougher Down Under! She said it was 'a foolish mistake' to think it would be the same to the English version of the show that she appeared on previously

Tougher Down Under! She said it was ‘a foolish mistake’ to think it would be the same to the English version of the show that she appeared on previously

She laughed while watching archival footage of her time in the jungle during the various challenges and tucker trials.

When asked if Vicky had plans to visit Australia, she admitted she wanted to live Down Under in the near future.

‘He’s the best,’ she said of Shannon Noll, while admitted said Danny Green scares her sometimes.

'If anyone deserves it, it should be her!' Vicky backed pal Fiona for the win as she said she was a beautiful person who was her favourite in the jungle

'If anyone deserves it, it should be her!' Vicky backed pal Fiona for the win as she said she was a beautiful person who was her favourite in the jungle

‘If anyone deserves it, it should be her!’ Vicky backed pal Fiona for the win as she said she was a beautiful person who was her favourite in the jungle

Pucker up! Vicky left the series with a spring in her step, knowing she could see her fiancé John again

Pucker up! Vicky left the series with a spring in her step, knowing she could see her fiancé John again

Pucker up! Vicky left the series with a spring in her step, knowing she could see her fiancé John again

‘I feel like sometimes I’m looking at him and I’m like, ‘Do you hate me?’ Other times, we have the biggest laugh ever and I’m like,’ I’m one of your pals!’ He keeps us on my toes,’ she joked.

However, she backed pal Fiona for the win as she said she was a beautiful person who was her favourite in the jungle: ‘I just think, if anyone deserves it, it should be her.’

The grand finale will air on Monday night, with the winner being crowned the queen or king of the jungle and taking home $100,000 for their chosen charity.

Who will win? The grand finale will air on Monday night, with the winner being crowned the queen or king of the jungle and taking home $100,000 for their chosen charity 

Who will win? The grand finale will air on Monday night, with the winner being crowned the queen or king of the jungle and taking home $100,000 for their chosen charity 

Who will win? The grand finale will air on Monday night, with the winner being crowned the queen or king of the jungle and taking home $100,000 for their chosen charity 

 





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