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I'm A Celebrity 2023 live: Marvin Humes is sixth star voted out as final four revealed

Nigel Farage has made the final four

I'm A Celebrity's Marvin Humes has got a spot in the Oz jungle (ITV)
I'm A Celebrity's Marvin Humes is the latest to leave. (ITV) (ITV)

I'm A Celebrity's Marvin Humes was the sixth voted out of the jungle and the final four have been revealed.

The four celebrities who remain in the running to win the reality series are: Sam Thompson, Josie Gibson, Tony Bellew and Nigel Farage. Giving them that big push before the final, they were given pep talks by their closest relatives who visited them in camp.

In his exit interview, Humes looked back on his jungle experience with Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly. Absence certainly makes the heart grow fonder as Humes admitted he was left breathless by seeing his wife Rochelle in the jungle. Of the moment, he said: "She was sat there. It just took my breath away. My kids. It's the people you love and the people who love you. This experience will stay with me forever." Humes felt the experience has been life changing for him, "one million percent."

Elsewhere in the chat, the JLS star and dad-of-three said singing helped keep the morale up. He said: "Everybody In Love back in the charts. Sam has got to come on a performance with me and the lads." McPartlin said: "Are you ready for that?" And in a sweet moment, Humes gave a sweet shout out to his family on the TV.

After seeing everyone leaving camp, he said there had been a change of pace in jungle life. He said: "It feels weird. When there was 12 of us, the place was chaos. Last night was so calm. Feels like we've been living together for months."

It was an emotional night all round as campmates were left in tears when they got a surprise visit from their nearest and dearest in camp tonight. Nigel Farage was wiping tears from his eyes when he was reunited with one of his daughters.

Asked if he was surprised still to be there, he said: "Very... Didn't expect this at all. Good." In a heartwarming moment, she told him: "Dad you've done so well. It's so refreshing to see you as you. Everyone at home is amazed, shocked but in the best way."

I'm A Celebrity's Nigel Farage sang Christmas songs while doing the trial with Marvin Humes. (ITV)
I'm A Celebrity's Nigel Farage sang Christmas songs while doing the trial with Marvin Humes. (ITV) (ITV screengrab)

Farage was singing Xmas songs to himself while being covered in Christmas dinner in a gruesome Bushtucker trial alongside Humes. McPartlin and Donnelly couldn't resist joining in with some singing as they laughed watching the jungle stars take part in Have Yourself a Grotty Little Christmas. Farage and Humes were covered in all the ingredients that make up the festive meal.

It comes as each night this week has seen a star say goodbye to jungle life and racing jockey Frankie Dettori was the first voted out by viewers. Nella Rose, Fred Sirieix, Nick Pickard and Danielle Harold have all made jungle exits this week after the public vote.

MasterChef star Grace Dent and Britney Spears' little sister Jamie Lynn Spears made early exits from the jungle, leaving the ITV show on medical grounds. The sixth celebrity will be voted out of the jungle camp. Follow the latest from the jungle in our blog below...

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  • Lily Waddell

    Marvin Humes gushes over wife Rochelle

    In his exit interview, Marvin Humes looked back on his jungle experience with Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly. Absence certainly makes the heart grow fonder as Humes admitted he was left breathless by seeing his wife Rochelle in the jungle. Of the moment, he said: "She was sat there. It just took my breath away. My kids. It's the people you love and the people who love you. This experience will stay with me forever." Humes felt the experience has been life changing for him, "one million percent."

    Elsewhere in the chat, the JLS star and dad-of-three said singing helped keep the morale up. He said: "Everybody In Love back in the charts. Sam has got to come on a performance with me and the lads." McPartlin said: "Are you ready for that?" And in a sweet moment, Humes gave a sweet shout out to his family on the TV.

    After seeing everyone leaving camp, he said there had been a change of pace in jungle life. He said: "It feels weird. When there was 12 of us, the place was chaos. Last night was so calm. Feels like we've been living together for months."

  • Lily Waddell

    Marvin Humes is the sixth celebrity to be voted out

    Marvin Humes is the sixth celebrity to be evicted by the public. It was close between Humes and Josie Gibson. The final four in the competition are Nigel Farage, Sam Thompson, Tony Bellew and Gibson.

  • Lily Waddell

    Sam Thompson jests 'I pulled rank on Nigel Farage'

    Head chef Sam Thompson ignored Nigel Farage's cooking advice as he celebrated: "I pulled rank on Nigel Farage." The camp was delighted with the goat leg that was cooked by the pair. The former Made In Chelsea star and the former politician proved they were well and truly over their cooking row following the burnt rice debacle and the cooking went down a treat. Thompson did the dinner dance and he said the mood in camp was the best it has been. "We are finishing on the biggest high," he said. The reality star said he was trying to bottle all the happy memories.

  • Lily Waddell

    Cyclone returns

    I'm A Celebrity's famous trial Cyclone returns tomorrow - much to the excitement of Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly. The trial has become a fan favourite and a must-have in the reality show where the celebrities battle high winds and water to get the stars. The final four will be the ones to take on the challenge which will air in tomorrow's episode.

  • Lily Waddell

    Tony Bellew showers his wife with kisses

    Tony Bellew couldn't stop kissing his wife Rachael when they met in the jungle for the first time in three weeks. "This is the longest we have been without contact, I cannot put this into words for how much this means," she said. Feeling the romance of the moment, the boxer revealed: "This will stick with me more than any moment I've had in the jungle, ever."

  • Lily Waddell

    Marvin Humes cries as he reunites with wife Rochelle

    Marvin Humes sobbed and said "oh my god" as he hugged his wife Rochelle Humes in a huge jungle surprise. "Sorry I stink," he admitted, laughing. "Everyone is so proud," she told him. Her words gave him the "boost" he needed. Emotional scenes saw the pair kiss and cuddle as they enjoyed each other's company for the first time in three weeks. "It took my breath away, I was so shocked," he said of the moment later.

  • Lily Waddell

    Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks' bromance

    Sam Thompson jumped on his friend Pete Wicks and gave him a huge hug when they had a surprise reunion in the jungle. “Yes,” he screamed. “I love you so much,” Wicks told him. “I’ve got a few things to discuss. Tony and Marv." He joked over Thompson forming new bromances in the jungle. Plus, Pete had a sweet message from Thompson's girlfriend, saying: "Zara asked me to give this to you." Thompson was delighted to hear his mum was watching the series back home. Wicks and Thompson joked about sounding like a couple. "Well we are," Thompson laughed.

  • Lily Waddell

    Nigel Farage in tears over emotional reunion with daughter

    Nigel Farage was left crying when he had a sweet meeting with one of his daughters. Asked if he was surprised still to be there, he said: "Very... Didn't expect this at all. Good." In a heartwarming moment, she told him: "Dad you've done so well. It's so refreshing to see you as you. Everyone at home is amazed, shocked but in the best way." Farage wiped the tears from his eyes as they discussed how his jungle experience. Cheekily his daughter said everyone had enjoyed laughing at his bare bottom antics too.

  • Lily Waddell

    Josie Gibson cries after getting sweet update about her son

    Josie Gibson broke down in tears when she was reunited with her best friend Mia in the jungle. The ITV presenter was screaming when she was surprised seeing her pal in the setting. Mia gave her an update on her five-year-old son Reggie. "He loves seeing you with spiders," she joked.

  • Lily Waddell

    Nigel Farage relives plane crash horror

    Nigel Farage confessed in the moments as the plane was crashing he thought about women - and his children too of course. He confided in Josie Gibson: "Do you know what I thought about? Women. All that stuff. Children obviously, I just thought: 'I hope this is over quickly.'" Gibson responded: "All you think about is love." The former politician also talked about the injury to his right hand he suffered in the plane crash that had impacted him. He said his right hand was injured because the spinal cord was "bruised".

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When is the I'm A Celebrity 2023 final?

The I'm A Celebrity final airs on ITV1 at 9pm on Sunday. Everyone can't wait to tune in to see who will be crowned king or queen of the jungle. There have been some strong contenders from the campmates this year but bookies believe Thompson is most likely to win the show.

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