Chaos as I’m A Celeb star walks out

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I’m A Celebrity has been thrown into chaos after one of his year’s stars of the show decided to walk out of the jungle.

Speculation is rife as to who the star might be after Channel 10 revealed the shock news on Friday.

With an episode now due to air until Sunday, fans may have to wait until then to find out which star decided to quit.

However, beloved Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz has been hinting for the last few days that he wants to be reunited with his wife after she was forced to go on holiday solo without him.

“If I leave sooner than later, it might be better,” admitted the actor.

However, he’s not the only one to have been buckling under the pressure in recent days.

Skye Wheatley, who previously rowed with Candice Warner in camp, burst into tears after revealing that she’s “struggling”.

“I’m just missing home a lot and I’m struggling and I don’t want to,” she said tearfully.

Meanwhile, the walk out comes after Denise Drysdale was booted out earlier this week, followed by Candice Warner on Thursday night.

Channel 10 viewers voted to remove Candice Warner from the jungle in what was revealed to be one of the tightest races in the show’s history.

Julia Morris and Rob Irwin revealed to the stars that the result had been so neck and neck that it was only confirmed seconds before the announcement was made on live TV.

It was so tight,” said Morris. “The result was unconfirmed until seconds before the voting closed. Someone has only just survived by the skin of their teeth and someone else has fallen sadly just short of survival.”

When Warner was revealed as the one leaving, she told the rest of her campmates: “It is all good. It is all good. It is all good! I’m so excited for you guys. I’m going to see my beautiful family and I’m going to see Denise on the other side.”

When chatting with Morris and Irwin when she was out the jungle, Warner confessed that she struggled a bit with having so much free time to herself without her family.

“I think that’s what I struggled with the most as a mum of three,” she explained. “I’m always busy and making sure that everyone is OK and then you come into the jungle and if you’re not going off for a trial, there is a lot of time spent on your own, time to reflect and time you have to fill in that time. I tried to make a routine and wake up and make the bed, put the sleeping bag in the cover and wash my clothes. What do I do for the rest of the day? I did struggle with that and missing my family terribly.”