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Myles Stephenson becomes the sixth star voted off I'm a Celebrity 2019

The day after his dramatic exit from the ITV reality contest, the former X Factor winner reflected on his time spent on the series in an interview with Good Morning Britain

Myles Stephenson
Published: Friday, 6th December 2019 at 11:14 am

Myles Stephenson has spoken out after being kicked out of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! last night. The Rak-Su singer was evicted from the jungle during Thursday's episode, four days before the grand final.


Appearing on Good Morning Britain just hours after his exit was revealed to the public, Stephenson seemed surprisingly upbeat.

"Honestly, it's been the most beautiful, amazing, most memorable experience I think I've ever had in my life," he said. "I've got to know all of these people that are so iconic in what they do."

He continued, "At the start I was taken back by it. Face value, you think, for instance Caitlyn Jenner, she's arguably the biggest name in the world at the moment. She's doing so much motivational, inspirational stuff for the world and the trans community. It's beautiful to see. I can't fault any one of them."

Asked who he wanted to emerge from the series victorious, the singer hedged his bets. "I would love every single one of them to win," he said. "Although I love Roman and I adore Andy, I would love an all-female final."

Stephenson rose to fame as part of the boy band Rak-Su, who won the 14th series of The X Factor in 2017 – the first all-male group to do so.

Last night's I'm A Celebrity also featured a bushtucker trial for contestant Kate Garraway, in which the GMB presenter took home four stars for the camp.

With the final just around the corner, the remaining contestants - Andy Whyment, Jenner, Jacqueline Jossa, Garraway, Nadine Coyle and Roman Kemp - are starting to feel the squeeze.


I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! continues on ITV this week


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