I am a Celebrity winner
Last night, Jacqueline Jossa, a former EastEnders star, was crowned Queen of the Jungle.After taking part in the Bushtucker Trials for I am a Celebrity winner.Get me Out of Here!, Roman Kemp, a radio host, and Andy Whyment from Coronation Street won the title. 2019.
The trio were then treated to a final meal before Ant McPartlin, Declan Donnelly and Declan Donnelly announced the winner. Jossa, who portrayed Lauren Branning in EastEnders 2010-2018, said, “I have no words” as her victory was clear.
She joins an extensive list of past queens, kings, and kings of jungle. Do you all remember them?
Tony Blackburn (2002)
Tony Blackburn, a veteran DJ, won over his campmates and the nation by his quirky humour. He narrowly beat out Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, the bookies’ favorite to be the King of the Jungle 2002. Blackburn attributes his win to his ability not to get in the way of other contestants’ squabbling.
Phil Tufnell (2003)
Former England spin bowler Phil Tufnell was a laid-back and wise-cracked his path to the title in 2003. His triumph in the jungle provided an opportunity to transition from professional athlete to television personality. He was a contestant in series seven of Strictly come Dancing in 2009 and has been a captain of A Question of Sport since 2008.
Kerry Katona (2004)
Kerry Katona, a former Atomic Kitten member, was crowned I’m A Celebrity’s Queen of the Jungle 2004. The main story was the hilariously cringeworthy affair between Peter Andre (and Katie Price) who were married in 2009.
Joe Pasquale (2004)
Pasquale, a squeaky-voiced comedian, won the fourth series. His combination of warmth and humour proved to be a winning formula. Paul Burrell was the show’s most memorable moment. He became a blubbering wreck in a Bushtucker trial, which required him to stick his hand into a hole stuffed with creepy crawlies.
Carol Thatcher, (2005)
Carol Thatcher, a journalist, was crowned Queen of Jungle over Sid Owen. Thatcher said that Margaret Thatcher, her mother, was not able to tune in, missing the opportunity to watch her daughter consume kangaroo testsicles in a Bushtucker trial.
What does I am a Celebrity winner get?
Well, nothing. It doesn’t end with a prize. Instead, ITV pays the fee agreed to with the celebrity. But just because the next King and Queen of the jungle doesn’t receive a surprise gift doesn’t mean it’s over.
It’s clear that I’m A Celebrity has a positive impact on the lives of its winners.
I’m A Celeb: Where are the winners?
I am a Celebrity winner Tony Blackburn (2002)
When he won the first series on ITV’s King of the Jungle, the broadcaster became the first to be crowned King of the Jungle.
Blackburn left the Australian outback to continue his radio career at a variety of stations, including BBC Radio 2.
I am a Celebrity winner Phil Tufnell (2003)
After his return from the jungle, the former player cricketer was elected team captain of the quiz show They Think It’s All Over in 2005. He also led a team on BBC’s sports quiz show A Question Of Sport.
Tufnell can also be seen on Strictly Come Dancing 2009, reporting on a variety of topics.
I am a Celebrity winner Kerry Katona (2004)
In 2004, Katona was made the first Queen of Jungle.
She was offered lucrative deals, including the role of Iceland’s face. She then went on to host a series of reality TV shows and made an appearance on Celebrity Big Brother in 2011 and Dancing On Ice.
Kerry was in a well-publicized and widely publicized battle with drug addiction. She spent some time off the camera before returning to a variety of shows, including Loose Women. Kerry also gave advice and shared her opinions during appearances on Good Morning Britain and This Morning.