I’m A Celeb: Stephen K Amos kicked out of jungle in record-breaking vote


The latest celebrity has been evicted from the I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Australia jungle.

Stephen K Amos received the lowest public votes on Wednesday night and was booted from the jungle after saying goodbye to the rest of the camp.

“It has been so great to get to know you all,” he gushed as he hugged everyone farewell.

After heading out of the jungle to chat with Julia Morris and Rob Irwin, Amos reflected on his time in camp.

He told the hosting duo: “So close, yet so far. And what an, completely enjoyable time it was. Thank you so much. Bu do you know what, the hardest thing I found was not having an audience to perform to for just me. And to allow myself just to be myself. And not to be the funny guy 24/7. It is irritating.”

The comedian went on to reveal that he’s “learned a lot” about himself while spending time in the jungle.

“Which I was not expecting,” he confessed. “I have learnt patience, solace. I have learnt how to live without any mobile phone. The rat race … I have taught myself it is always important now, whoever you are, whatever you are doing in your life, to take some time out for yourself. A couple of days a week to recharge, refocus, reenergyise and move on.”

It comes after Frankie Muniz revealed he could soon call Australia home.

The Hollywood star, who voluntarily left I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! Sunday night, started looking at real estate in Sydney once he was handed his phone back at the weekend.

Muniz, 38, who lives in the US state of Arizona, unexpectedly tapped out of the South African jungle after a three-week stint.

He explained that he was overcome with guilt for not being present enough with his family, including wife Paige Price and their three-year-old son, Mauz.

While he’s not sure what the future holds just yet, Muniz wants to take a step back from work as a professional race car driver so he can focus on his loved ones, and is considering a potential move to Australia, which he last visited back in 2002.

“I was already looking at real estate last night,” Muniz told news.com.au.

“I was just checking it out. But I have more friends now that live in Sydney than in the States.”

He continued, “I definitely plan on taking a step back. I have worked basically every day since I was eight, so for 30 years.

“What I want to do is just ask my wife what she wants to do, and do that, because for eight years that we’ve been together, she’s really just done what I’m doing.

“She helps me with everything, even while I was gone. She was selling sponsorship for my races this year, and she’s doing contracts, and it’s not what she signed up for. She does it because she loves me. So I just want to say, ‘But wait, what do you want to do? Let’s do it.’”