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RECAP | JACK VIDGEN is the first to be Ejected from I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

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It was a nice day for a white wedding, but an even better day for an electric shock to ward off the cold feet.

Blushing bride Toni, gallant groom Colin, meticulous maid of honour Alli, boisterous best man Jess and charming celebrant Dipper, completed a series of wedding formalities while wired up to electrodes.

The five celebrities gracefully ran through the gauntlet of marital celebrations at today’s trial and earned an impressive 10 stars for the wedding after party at camp.

Looming later that evening was the very first I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! elimination. The Rat Run required our celebrities to estimate their walking distance, with the three celebrities that were furthest off the mark through to the dreaded Hell Hole of Destiny.

Jack, Travis and Ash were the furthest off the 200m mark, and therefore had to move through to the second round, which required bravery and brains as they attempted to guess how many rats were in the Hell Hole of Destiny.

Jack couldn’t quite claw back a win, and before he could even let the news sink in, he was rapidly ejected out of his seat and into the swamp.

While Jack may be the first to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, he will long be remembered for being one half of #JABBIE, for that enviable pink onesie, for being equal parts vulnerable and sassy, and for that time he crushed this season’s hardest trial yet, Ice Ice Baby.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues Monday at 7.30pm on the 10 and WIN Networks.

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