Published Wednesday, 04 December 2013
Steve Davis leaves the jungle. (© ITV)
The snooker legend arrived in the studio to chat with hosts Ant and Dec, while his fellow campmates were left in shock that he had been evicted.
"It's a shock," Steve told the Geordie duo. "I can't believe I'm out in the real world."
"It was so much fun to be a part of - I never stopped laughing.
"The fun part for me for camp life, when it came to trials I was sadly lacking."
Steve was referring to his recent failed Bushtucker Trial in which he only managed to win three out of ten meals for the camp.
Thankfully for his last night in the jungle Kian Egan and Alfonso Ribeiro successfully completed 'The Planks of Peril' Trial winning all eight stars in the process.
The pair were suspended in the air and Alfonso was told to walk blindfolded onto a plank to retrieve each star.
With Kian's direction he managed to get to each star and throw it back to his partner with ease.
"It was nerve-racking not knowing, not seeing," said Alfonso, when they were safely back on the ground.
"I wanted to go the wrong direction, so it was kind of wild."
I was at risk from my own stupidity and my lack of common sense.
"At the end of the day, Fonzy was the right man to go out blindfolded. It was easy to listen to each other, talk to each other and it worked out," said Kian.
"The key thing for me was the fact that I had someone I trusted 100% and I knew that everything he was saying was accurate. His voice kept me centred and calm throughout the entire trial," Alfonso added.
They went back to camp and when their campmates asked how they did, Alfonso proudly replied: "All baby."
"I think we sent the right team. You guys are such a good team," said Rebecca Adlington.
After dinner it was an emotional time in camp as the celebrities received emails from home but not before another challenge.
The group had to randomly select a ball with a fellow campmate's name on it and they had to play 'Save or Delete' to win their email for them.
Each celebrity had 90 seconds to roll the ball along a giant keyboard and they had to roll the ball into the 'save' hole to win the email for their campmate.
If the ball went in the 'delete' hole the email would be deleted.
"It's scary because I know I'm doing it for someone else," said Amy.
All campmates felt the pressure, but everyone was successful and therefore all received their emails, leading to floods of tears in the jungle.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! returns to UTV on Thursday from 8.30pm.
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