Lynne Franks has become the latest I'm a Celebrity contestant to be thrown out of the Australian jungle.
Franks said she was looking forward to 'having a bath'
The public decided the PR guru should leave the ITV1 show ahead of former Catatonia singer Cerys Matthews.
Franks survived just 13 days in the jungle, which included being pecked by ostriches during a Bushtucker trial.
On her release, Franks said: "I had such a fantastic time but I was so ready to go... and I am going out on a high."
She added: "It's time to get clean - you know: clean hair, clean fingernails, clean underwear and have a bath."
Franks was close to tears when watching the highlights of her time in the jungle and said she hoped that former Hollyoaks star Gemma Atkinson, or "J" Brown would win.
She also branded fellow contestant Janice Dickinson "two faced" and called former footballer Rodney Marsh "a nasty piece of work".
Franks and Dickinson have been at each other's throats since the reality show began, and Franks said she was desperate for the 1970s supermodel to be voted out before the final.