This year's I'm a Celebrity is really heating up, with now just four celebrities left in the jungle following Seann Walsh's surprise elimination.
The comedian and former Strictly Come Dancing star became the latest celebrity to leave the jungle on Friday night's episode, leaving Hollyoaks star Owen Warner, former footballer Jill Scott, Conservative MP Matt Hancock and Mike Tindall to battle it out to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle.
WATCH: Seann Walsh loses it as he greets Matt Hancock
Seann was against Owen in the bottom two, but was eliminated as he had received the fewest amount of votes to stay in.
As he left the jungle, Seann was greeted by his girlfriend Grace Adderley, who is pregnant with their first child.
Taking to social media after his exit, Seann reshared a touching photo of himself as he reunited after the show with fellow campmate Charlene White, who penned a heartfelt message for him and comedian campmate Babatunde.
Seann was reunited with girlfriend Grace Adderley
She penned: "Seann and Brother B are back *cue several tears*. As a camp we kept suggesting lots of new material for their upcoming stand-up shows, but even though they both kept refusing to use our HILARIOUS material, we all fully expect our jokes to be taken on the road soon.
Thanks for the belly laughs boys. We laughed til we cried and it was GLORIOUS.@seannwalsh @babatundecomedian."
The pair looked so happy to see eachother
The I'm a Celebrity Twitter account also marked his exit, posting: "He entered as a mole but is leaving as a legend. Seann is the seventh Celeb to leave the Jungle after keeping everyone entertained with his non-stop laughs and spot-on impressions!"
Speaking to hosts Ant and Dec following his elimination, Seann explained: "So many memories. So many amazing memories. I loved it. It is tough, and I don't know how that comes across on screen."
He added: "As soon as you said my name, all of the tough bit just goes, and now I'm left with absolutely incredible memories. I'm gonna need a long time to process."
Seann and Matt were late arrivals to the camp
Seann was one of the late arrivals to the jungle this year alongside former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, and they tasked with being 'moles'.
The duo had to complete certain tasks, like stealing a gilette and hat in order to win luxury items for their fellow campmates.
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