The EastEnders actress received the least amount of public votes during Monday's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! after finally getting to complete her first Bushtucker Trial.
Speaking to hosts Ant and Dec following her exit, she said: "I'm disappointed really, but I could do with a nice hot bath.
"I've enjoyed the experience; it's something no-one can explain unless you have done it.
"I think it has made me a better person and I'm glad I've done it."
Laila's departure comes after she successfully completing the latest Bushtucker Trial - Who Dares Wins Stars.
Once again the camp were asked to nominate one celebrity to take part in the challenge in hopes of winning food for the camp and Laila immediately put herself forward.
"I'm up for anything, I'm a bit different," she said.
The Trial involved The Wheel of Misfortune being spun and each time it stopped Laila would be dared to do something with the critter that's on it.
The first dare was called Don't Be Crabby and Laila was dared to have soldier crabs crawl over her face for one minute.
"It's quite a nice feeling, as it happens," she said coolly as they crawled over her.
I wanna do it again now
Laila Morse following her Trial
The second dare was called Trouser Snake and Laila was dared to put on a pair of see-through trousers and hold a snake in them for 30 seconds.
The third dare was called Ant Eater and Laila had to put her face in two boxes filled with green ants.
Each box contained a star on a screw and she had to unscrew the stars using just her tongue, but unfortunately Laila only got one of the two stars.
The fourth dare was called Croc Your Body and Laila was dared to lie on her back and let a crocodile lie on her for one minute.
"Can I cuddle it?" she said.
Despite Ant warning her it weighed about 30 kilos the star wasn't in the slightest bit nervous and she easily won the stars saying, "It's quite cold. It's quite nice."
The fifth dare was called Bird Brain and Laila was dared to enter a pen with an Ostrich that had four stars around its neck.
She had to get the stars off the ostrich and the twist was that she would have to wear a roll neck - a top with bread rolls attached to it.
After she won ten out of eleven stars in total, she said: "I wanna do it again now."
Meanwhile tensions between model Amy Willerton and some of her fellow campmates were put to rest on Monday after
Amy decided to have a chat with Emmerdale actress Lucy Pargeter.
The Celebrities had expressed concern and resentment that Amy could be putting the group's dinner allowances into jeopardy if she had been caught with contraband, namely a concealer, however on the advice of Alfonso Ribeiro, Amy had given it up in the Bush Telegraph.
I'm not having that going on and I'm going to be saying something.
Rebecca took Amy to one side and said to a tearful Amy: "Everyone was really annoyed you didn't come forward with the concealer but I have no right to tell you what to do with the thing that you bought and smuggled in here."
Amy said she was upset that everyone had said nasty things about her when she wasn't around rather than discuss it directly with her.
Rebecca advised her to go and chat with them and said that in life not everyone gets on.
Amy admitted to Lucy that she had handed in her contraband and said: "The way it was put to me yesterday was that you were leading a campaign of hate against me."
"Who said that?" asked Lucy, "Was it Al? That is twisting sh**, it wasn't a hatred campaign, and it was the fact that everyone felt the same, things are being twisted here.
"I'm always girls stick together and a couple of days you were lounging around and doing nothing. We all stink and look like shit and when I feel someone is keeping something from the team, I get pissed off. I'm not having that going on and I'm going to be saying something."
Amy protested that every time she offered to help out in the camp she was pushed out and pleaded for Lucy not to take it further.
The two girls then hugged it out. "We've cleared the air," Lucy said to Laila. "But it was very interesting what she said, everyone likes to get the spoon out don't they?"
She then whispered to Laila: "How dare he say that it was me, it was everybody, and he said it as well. I'm apparently the ring leader and running a hate campaign against her."