Giovanna Fletcher wins I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here as the first queen of the castle
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After 21 days living in a Welsh castle it came down to Vernon Kay, Jordan North and Giovanna Fletcher fighting it out to be crowned the winner of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here.
With viewers voting in their droves for their favourite celeb to win it was Giovanna Fletcher who was named queen of the castle.
Jordan and Giovanna had been the bookies top tips to claim the crown after they both impressed fans of the show for different reasons.
Vernon was announced as the third placed celebrity as he skipped out of the castle to recap his journey with Ant and Dec.
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With Giovanna, who's rock star husband Tom Fletcher wants to renew their wedding vows, being the last woman standing on the show, many people wanted her to win.
Before naming the 2020 winner of the popular Ant and Dec hosted show, the three remaining campmates got to indulge their final meals.
After weeks of chowing down on beans and rice, it’s safe to say that the three finalists mouths were watering at the thought of a proper meal.
However, their choices surprised fans of the ITV show.
Cottage cheese, Angel Delight and bruschetta all featured – but, thankfully not all on the same plate. That really would have been quite odd.
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Vernon opted for peri peri chicken, cottage cheese, Marmite on toast and sticky toffee pudding and you could literally see his eyes light up when he was presented with the food.
Meanwhile, Giovanna tucked into a traditional Italian starter of bruschetta, a nod to her heritage, fish and chips for a main and an apple crumble for dessert.
Lastly, but by no means least, camp favourite Jordan dined on a prawn cocktail starter followed by a corned beef hash, topped off with a dessert of jelly and Angel Delight, all washed down with a pint of Guinness.
Due to COVID restrictions, this year’s series was forced to take place within the UK, rather than the usual jungle of Australia.
As a result, the series took place in a castle in Wales where temperatures are slightly lower than the warmer climate of the Outback.
However, the show has proved a massive success, with the opening night show pulling in the highest viewing figures in seven years.
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