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Everyone who has left the I'm A Celeb 2024 jungle so far.

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! has us glued to our TV screens, as we watch our favourite celebs battle it out in the jungle. 

This year is shaping up to be the most challenging yet as contestants are confronted by their biggest fears in the hopes of winning $100,000 for their chosen charity

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From creepy crawlies to having snakes wrapped around their faces, the challenges this season are spine-tingling, resulting in some celebs choosing to bow out early.

Sportsbet, a gambling site famous for predicting winners of reality competitions, has already provided insight into who fans think will take home the crown.

After putting on a brave face throughout the season's most difficult tasks, viewers believe that social media influencer Skye Wheatley is going to win I'm A Celeb 2024, with her odds currently sitting at $1.44. Following close behind is former Love Island Australia star Callum Hale, with odds of $2.87.

Tristan MacManus, also in Sunday's grand finale with Skye and Callum, is predicted to secure third place with odds of $6.50.


As with any competition, however, there can only be one winner. So as we wait and see who will be crowned the king or queen of the jungle, here's who has left so far.

Who has left I'm A Celeb Australia 2024 so far?

Denise Drysdale.

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Denise Drysdale was the first contestant to exit I'm A Celeb this year.

Despite her brief stint on the show, Denise left a lasting impression on her fellow contestants and viewers alike. Whether playing 'Ding or Dong' or forming an unexpected bond with Love Island alum Callum Hole, she was beloved and brought joy and laughter to the jungle.


Candice Warner.

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Candice Warner became the second contestant to be eliminated from the competition.

Upon entering the jungle, she confessed to being "afraid of everything," yet she courageously confronted snakes and fearlessly tackled daunting heights.


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Frankie Muniz.

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Frankie Muniz became the sixth celeb to voluntarily bow out of the competition in the ten seasons of I'm A Celeb Australia

"It was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do," he told host Julia Morris

"This has been one of the most amazing, positive experiences [that] I've ever been a part of."


Frankie wanted to spend more time with his wife and son, admitting that he was going to try and be a more present parent.

Michelle Bridges.

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The fourth celebrity to exit the jungle was Michelle Bridges

Despite being a fierce competitor, viewers decided it was time for the fitness trainer to go home. During her short stint on the show, the 53-year-old shared heartfelt anecdotes about her life and gave it her all in every bushtucker trial.


Peter Daicos.

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Throughout his time in the competition, AFL legend Peter Daicos remained composed and cool. Regardless of the challenge's difficulty, the sporting star never showed signs of stress.

Unfortunately, he was the fifth celebrity to depart from the jungle.

Khanh Ong.

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Khanh Ong made sure his fellow contestants were well fed despite living deep in the jungle. 

His bubbly personality boosted morale even in the toughest moments, and his fellow contestants were gutted to see him go. 

Stephen K Amos.

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Comedian Stephen K Amos brought plenty of laughs to the jungle while also opening up about his personal life and overcoming his fear of swimming.

He was the seventh celebrity to be eliminated from the competition.

Ellie Cole and Brittany Hockley.

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In a surprising turn of events, Ellie Cole and Brittany Hockley bid farewell to the jungle in an unexpected double elimination.

Throughout their time on the show, both women showcased their competitive spirit, with Brittany enduring a hit to the face with a canon and Ellie grappling with rat bites.

Who is still left on I'm A Celeb Australia 2024?

The following contestants are still battling it out in the jungle.

When is the grand finale of I'm A Celeb Australia 2024?

Catch the grand finale of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! on Sunday, April 21 at 7.30pm on Channel 10 and 10Play

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