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Jungle exit for TV presenter Behr

Dani Behr
Dani Behr presented 1990s late-night TV show The Word

TV presenter Dani Behr has become the second contestant to be evicted from ITV'1's all-star jungle challenge I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The 38-year-old left the reality show after receiving the fewest public votes on Thursday evening.

Her eviction follows that of politician Robert Kilroy-Silk on Wednesday.

She tipped actor Joe Swash or singer Simon Webbe to win the show, which sees well-known faces spend three weeks in the Australian jungle.

Loud screeches

"Joe is a contender," she said. "Simon too - he's a nice, quiet guy."

But she criticised former children's TV presenter Timmy Mallett. The 53-year-old's loud screeches have irritated other contestants.

"It's funny every now and again. But hearing it all day was no fun for everyone," she said.

One celebrity will be evicted every night until the final show on 5 December.

Swash remains odds-on favourite with bookmakers to win the show, followed by ex-Star Trek actor George Takei, TV presenter Esther Rantzen and former tennis star Martina Navratilova.

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