I’m a Celebrity South Africa finale – live: Jordan, Myleene, Fatima and Phil compete to become the first ‘Legend’

Carol Vorderman and Myleene Klass please explain why they “thrown away” both bathroom scales

The grand finale of I’m a celebrity South Africa is on us.

After three weeks of camping and challenges, tonight (May 12), the all-stars spinoff will cap off its first-ever I’m a Celebrity Legend.

Singer Myleene Klassathlete Fatima Whitbreaddancer Jordan Banjo and cricketers Phil Tufnell make up the final four, but all of their former roommates are brought back for the final episode to complete the terrifying task of kicking one of them out.

Other celebrities set to appear in this series, which is made up of stars from across the history of the flagship show, These included Carol Vorderman, Shaun Ryder and Amir Khan.

Ant and Dec were busy with their presentation duties again.

There was no public vote in this series. because it is not filmed live.

In today’s finals, there will be two trials that will ultimately decide who will be named the first “Legend”.

Follow the finale updates below…


What will happen after last night’s cliffhanger?

Thursday’s penultimate episode brought a new twist as the celebrities who left the series earlier (including Andy Whyment, Janice Dickinson, Amir Khan, Georgia “Toff” Toffolo and Joe Swash) were brought back into the jungle and called out To decide which contestant would be kicked out, reducing the four remaining contestants to the “bottom three”.

At the end of the episode, they chose an unfortunate victim. But before the result was announced, the credits began to roll – meaning fans will have to tune in to the finals to find out who made it out of the semis…

Ellie HarrisonMay 12, 2023 12:01

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