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'Struggling' Zucker leaves jungle

Carly Zucker
Carly Zucker is the third celebrity to be evicted from the jungle

Carly Zucker is the latest contestant to be evicted from I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here! after receiving the fewest votes.

England footballer Joe Cole's fiancee is the third to leave the jungle, after TV presenter Dani Behr and politician Robert Kilroy-Silk were sent packing.

The personal trainer said she had been unhappy for several days and had "really struggled".

She tipped glamour model Nicola McLean to win the ITV1 show.

True friends'

She told presenters Ant and Dec: "It wasn't how I imagined it would be."

But she claimed she had made some good friends following her experience on the show.

"Me and Nicola are going to be true friends when we're out of here. The next few days, she's probably going to be like a dog pining for its owner, " she said.

The model criticised fellow contestant singer David Van Day and described him as "very selfish".

She said: "He says things with a smug look on his face - he loves winding people up."

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

Actor Joe Swash is the bookmakers' favourite to win, followed by Esther Rantzen.



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