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Atkinson voted out of TV jungle
Gemma Atkinson
Atkinson is the seventh celebrity to leave the show
Former Hollyoaks star Gemma Atkinson has become the latest contestant to be voted off ITV's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

The 23-year-old shouted "Yes!" and threw her arms in the air as the result was announced, before hugging her fellow campers.

Speaking afterwards she said: "I feel great. Thank you everyone for getting me out."

Panto star Christopher Biggins is favourite to win the ITV1 show.

The other remaining contestants are former model Janice Dickinson, singer Cerys Matthews, and ex-boyband member Jason "J" Brown.

Arguments

Speaking to presenters Ant and Dec, Atkinson said: "The whole thing's been great and I've enjoyed every minute of it. There's no stress, nothing... but you get used to it and you miss the hustle and bustle."

Asked about the explosive arguments that have characterised the reality show this year, she said: "I think it's just a clash of characters, it's weird because it was all the older people rowing. It was quite funny and you knew it was going to explode.

"I think Janice liked to wind people up, but it was kind of in a funny way."

Asked who she hoped would win the series, which ends on Friday, she replied "Biggins or J".

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