I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! fans are saying goodbye to the popular TV series for another year – and with fans expecting a return to Australia in 2022, there is a lot to look forward to already.
The ITV show has always been a smash success with its array of awkward moments and cringe scenes, but which remain a top favourite?
Who could ever forget Gillian McKeith's fainting or Katie Price's wild break-up on air? Viewers certainly can't.
To celebrate the end of another smashing series, Daily Star has looked back at some of the most memorable moments ever since the show first launched – but which is your favourite?
Steve Davis' awkward river fall
Snooker player Steve Davis gave the viewers and Ant and Dec a good chuckle, when he fell over even before the challenge had begun in 2013.
Before preparing to jump over rocks in a lake as part of the Scares Rock trial, Steve decided to prepare himself and get his energy going.
It seems he built up too much energy though and as he prepared to start, he slipped and fell straight into the river instead. Talk about an awkward fall…
Lady C refusing to complete the dish washing challenge
There was tension in the I'm a Celeb camp after Lady C refused to complete one of the challenges in the camp.
When she was asked to take part in a dish-washing task after Tony Hadley named her the least hardworking camp mate, she refused to do so.
She became one of the series' most talked about celebrities, and tension grew between her and some of the camp mates, who would often become involved in heated exchanges.
Lady C later left the jungle, with an ITV spokesman saying: "Lady C has left the jungle on medical grounds."
Vicky Pattison's 'frosty' reception to Scarlett Moffatt
Some viewers picked up on Vicky Pattison's frosty reception towards Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, when she was crowned Queen of the Jungle in 2016.
One user tweeted: "Has Scarlett Moffatt said something against Vicky Pattison on Gogglebox. Not a lot of love from the latter."
However, Vicky later addressed claims of a feud between the two, saying that she had to be an objective member of the team as a presenter on Extra Camp.
Following the feud rumours, she told Metro: "Subsequently there were negative rumours about how I felt towards her.
"Let me set the record completely straight: I love Scarlett Moffatt and I’m so proud of everything she’s manage to achieve."
Katie Price breaks up with Alex Reid live on air
Katie Price has appeared on I'm a Celeb both in 2004 and 2009, having met Peter Andre during her first stint in the jungle.
However, by 2009 she was with Alex Reid, and Alex even flew out to Australia to propose to the star.
It wasn't meant to be though, and Katie broke up with Alex live on air, telling Ant and Dec: "I've done a lot of reflecting and I think it's best that I'm on my own. I just don't want to be in a relationship. I'm not with him, no. I cannot live my life by anyone else."
Stacey Solomon throws a stone in Dom Joly's face
In a moment that seems it could have been scripted in a comedy programme, Stacey Solomon tried to catch Dom Joly's attention, but it didn't go to plan.
Both she and Dom had been tasked to carry out secret tasks in the I'm a Celeb camp, so Stacey tried to catch his attention without alerting the other campers by throwing a stone at him
It certainly did catch his attention to, as the stone hit him straight in the face. It wasn't quite the reaction she was hoping for…
Gillian McKeith 'faints'
Gillian McKeith fainting is one of the most talked about I'm a Celeb moments in history – and also one that received complaints from viewers.
After being picked for the live trial, the TV nutritionist and presenter 'fainted' on air at the shock of being chosen.
Viewers were not best pleased, with multiple complaints sent to OfCom as they had voted for her to do the trial, but she was later ruled out of taking part.
Gillian was the fifth person to be eliminated from her series in 2010.
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