Scarlette Douglas was the second campmate to be evicted from the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here camp during Sunday’s episode of the show.
A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette, 35, was seen bursting into tears after the news was announced, prompting her fellow cast members to comfort her.
Heading into the jungle, series hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly told the campmates Scarlette and comedian Babatúndé Aléshé were in the bottom two after the public had cast their votes.
Farewell: Scarlette Douglas was the second campmate to be evicted from the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here camp during Sunday’s episode of the show
During her exit chat with Ant and Dec, she said: ‘I’m absolutely gutted I’m not even going to lie about it.
‘I know that some people wanted to leave and I was like “I’m not ready to go yet”.
‘I wanted to stay for as long as possible because those people are amazing and the jungle is incredible.’
Reflecting on her jungle journey over a glass of champagne, Scarlette – who got to enjoy a VIP experience alongside Boy George upon entering the jungle and later took on the role of camp chef – explained that she is a ‘team player’.
The screen star added that she would like Celebrity Gogglebox star Babatúndé Aléshé to be crowned King of the Jungle.
She said: ‘Other than BG’s snoring, [the VIP experience] was fantastic. I really enjoyed it and I felt like that was me straight in.
‘I was a bit of a screamer! When you don’t know what was in there but then I thought “This is the first trial, you just need to get a grip”.
‘There was a point when there was a spider in the RV and I was gone, I was screaming. But there was another one and I was helping Mike [Tindall] get it out!’
She continuned: ‘I’m a team player and I love getting stuck in. My mum is Jamaican, obviously, and Charlene is a Jamaican mum as well we know what we’re doing, we’re just like “Stay out of my kitchen!”
‘It does get difficult, though – especially when people don’t really know how to cook!
‘I miss them already. It’s so tough but me and Baba had a really brother/sister bond so he’s got to do it for the two of us now!’