I'M A CELEB 2022 RECAP: Scarlette Douglas is VOTED OUT of the jungle

I’M A CELEB 2022 RECAP: Scarlette Douglas is the second celebrity VOTED OUT of the jungle… after campmates became emotional with their touching letters from home

This is MailOnline’s live blog for episode 15 of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2022:

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Tune in again tomorrow evening for updates on the 16th episode of the 2022 series, which will see the THIRD celebrity voted from the jungle down under!

They have been expecting another eviction on the horizon since Charlene White was voted out of the jungle in the first eviction on Friday night.

But the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmates got the good news that they were all safe for another day on Sunday night’s episode.

Despite the stress-relieving update given from camp leader Mike, it was not exactly what Coronation Street star Sue Cleaver wanted to hear as she became emotional when reflecting on how much she missed home.

Mike Tindall joked that his royal wife Zara struggled to look at him in his pants after Sue Cleaver described the sight of him in his underwear as ‘f**king traumatic’ during Sunday’s episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

Coronation Street actress Sue, 59, was comforted by former rugby player Mike, 44, as she broke down into tears when she had a difficult morning after feeling overwhelmed in camp.

In the Bush Telegraph Sue said: ‘I should be really excited that no-one’s going home, I’m just feeling a little bit low. I’m homesick, I’m tired. I’ve hit a wall.’

Matt Hancock spoke about his relief at being told he was dyslexic while at university during Sunday’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

The former Health Secretary, 44, was quizzed by comedian Babatunde Aleshe, 34, on his talents after the West Suffolk MP recently revealed he’d trained as a jockey under the tuition of Frankie Dettori.

The conversation prompted Matt to explain how he struggled with his reading at school, so was glad to find out he was dyslexic, with the politician saying: ‘Instead of feeling I was just rubbish at something and useless, it was ah… so actually I am OK with language, it’s just my brain works differently and I can work on that.’  

Mike Tindall received his letter from home in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here jungle on Sunday night’s episode.

The campmates received the treats after successfully completing a series of challenges in teams.

Mike’s wife Zara sent him a sweet note from her and their three children Mia, eight, Lena, four, and baby boy Lucas, 21 months, which Coronation Street star Suce Cleaver read to him.

Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo said watching the politician on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! had been ‘quite the experience’ as the campmates received letters from their loved ones in Sunday’s episode.

The businesswoman, 45, landed in Australia earlier this week and has been spending time at the five-star JW Marriott hotel in Surfers Paradise, on Australia’s Gold Coast in anticipation of the former Health Secretary’s departure from the show.

And Matt heard from Gina for the first time this weekend since entering the camp earlier this month, with his partner telling him in her note: ‘Dear Matt, wow watching you in the jungle has been quite the experience.’

Scarlette Douglas was the second campmate to be evicted from the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here camp during Sunday’s episode of the show.

A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette, 35, was seen bursting into tears after the news was announced, prompting her fellow cast members to comfort her.

Heading into the jungle, series hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly told the campmates Scarlette and comedian Babatúndé Aléshé were in the bottom two after the public had cast their votes.

i need owen, babatunde or jill to win please i beg🙏🙏 #ImACeleb

whys scarlette gone I’m acc so sad she was my fav and i thought she’d at least be in top 3😭 #ImACeleb

Shocking decision … Sorry to see @scardoug leave #ImACeleb She has been a delight. Good luck with your next venture Scarlette. Sort yourself out @itvimacelebrity and The Great British Public … shame on you 🤦🏻‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/yaFIndG0OR

OH MY GOD WHATTT #imaceleb

Surprised it was Scarlett #ImaCeleb

WHO DIDNT SAVE SCARLETT !? #imacelebrity #ImaCeleb pic.twitter.com/LsIfEUI81w


She gets emotional saying goodbye to her fellow campmates

How am I more emotional hearing the letters than all the celebs together? 🧐 #imaceleb

#imaceleb Owen's letter got me good.

Letters from home#imaceleb pic.twitter.com/jFL5pW7JJK

Seann read Babatúndé’s letter from his wife Leonie: ‘Dear babe, Me and Judah are lost without you. From the moment you decided you’re not hanging off the side of that building to the moment you decided you’d take on Horrifying Heights and absolutely smashed it!

‘You really are amazing. I’m glad the world gets to see that. Judah said to tell you he’s so excited and proud of you. He keeps shouting, ‘Come on Dad, you can do it.’ Team Baba all the way xxx.’

Scarlette read Owen’s letter: ‘Our dearest Owen, we can’t help but think back to us all watching I’m A Celeb together, so many years ago. When you were all legs and arms squeezing in next to mum to watch your favourite duo.

‘Son it fills us with bear pride watching you – your kindness, your consideration towards others and we know those no longer with us will be looking down with overwhelming pride too. With all our love mum-a-la and fath-a-la xxx P.S. feel free to eat this letter once you’ve read it.’

Mike read Sue’s letter from her family: ‘Hi Sue, Mum, Nonna, we are amazed, but not surprised, how fantastic you’re doing in camp… We are all so proud of you and what you’ve achieved so far in this adventure.

‘Just keep being your lovely honest self. Oh, and one last thing from Brian… where are the dishwasher tablets?’

Sue read Mike’s letter: ‘Hi my love, we are missing you so much and really needing some papa hugs, but glad you’re sharing them with your campmates. The girls are enjoying sports and throwing themselves into everything at the moment and the little man is loving life, smashing it up, learning some new words. Z, M, L and L. x’

Jill read out Matt’s letter from Gina: ‘Dear Matt, wow watching you in the jungle has been quite the experience. We are particularly impressed that you conquered your fear of snakes. We are less sure about the dancing. Although we saw that you almost got the electric slide thanks to Scarlette. Gina xxxxx’

Matt read Seann’s letter from Grace: ‘Hello bebe, I miss you a silly amount, but watching you makes me feel so much better. 

‘Considering you once fell against the kitchen wall clutching your heart because Mildred brought in a wet leaf that you thought was a mouse, I was so impressed you did actually sort of put your hand in a box of rats, even if your hand was guided by Matt.

‘The baby is kicking loads and sometimes I can see the bump moving around, which is such a surreal feeling. Love you, love you more, Grace.’

Boy George read Chris’s letter from girlfriend Tiffany: ‘To my best friend, my baby, my future, my everything Chris. I’m so proud of you. I know everyone says that but you have faced your biggest fears and given us so many laughs at the same time.

‘In other news, I thought you might like to know I put the house on the market…See you at the end of the bridge whenever that may be. Keep smiling, keep laughing and have so much fun. Me, Chewie and Leia.’

Chris read Boy George’s letter from his sister: ‘George, each night we watch with such anticipation to see how your journey is unfolding, it’s on a little late for mum so she watches on catch up in the mornings.

‘We found it hilarious when you told all the camp about your weekly grooming routine and exposing Hamilton. We are all very much behind you, whatever the outcome, you are our George of the Jungle. All our love, Shiv, mum and all the family, God bless.’ 

Owen read Jill’s letter: ‘Hi Jill it’s Shelly, I love you and miss you so much. There isn’t a minute that goes by where you’re not on my mind. I love you so much and now the rest of the world does too.

‘This is because you’re such a great person with your positive, kind and encouraging self. I’ll have a flat white waiting for you, love your biggest fans, Shelly, Evie and Hattie.’ 

Babatúndé read Scarlette’s letter from her mum: ‘G’day Scarlette, I am so proud of you doing your Trial, while encouraging your jungle buddies, especially Baba. Real teamwork. The kids are loving watching their Aunty Shar in the jungle and we are obviously all sooooo proud of you.’

BG defending matt??!? #ImACeleb

Bloody hell boy george is defending matt #ImaCeleb

Well done Scarlett , jill and owen. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Boy george take note.#ImACeleb

Dream team right there with Scarlette, Jill and Owen #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/DGvFO76FHR

The youngens done the group proud #ImACeleb

Chris Moyles didn’t even try.. #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/ZHZp5AcZAJ

No way he gave up after 2 seconds… #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/kHO83SFcNo

George just gives up! What a horrible man! Get him out #ImACeleb

This is so unfair. #ImACeleb

Chris being strong and trying his best to help get Matt’s letter… #ImaCeleb pic.twitter.com/ATT0UOA2nl

They all try it. Chris admitted: ‘It was ridiculously hard, like crazy hard.’

Boy George said: ‘I’m giving up.’

Arriving at the challenge, Chris read out a laminate of instructions: ‘The aim of the game is for all three teams to balance their blocks on the beam within 60 minutes. 

‘The celebrities whose blocks are balanced at the end of that time will win a letter from home.

‘As the first team you only need to balance your three blocks. However, even if you’ve placed your block, it is still hanging in the balance because the other celebrities might knock it off when they are placing theirs.’ 

Delivering news from a laminate, Scarlette told camp: ‘Celebrities, today you’ll be playing for each other’s letters from home.’

Owen admitted: ‘I need a letter from my mum so bad, I’m gagging for it.’

Scarlette continued: ‘In this box are 10 blocks, each representing a letter for one celebrity. You should now decide which celebrity you wish to play for. Once decided you will then take on the challenge in three teams.’

She added: ‘Select carefully as the challenge will get progressively harder. Good luck, as your letters are hanging in the balance.’

Watching the eating/drinking challenges on this makes me feel so sick and dizzy. Absolutely feral 😅🫠😵‍💫🤮 #imaceleb

Jill is just hilarious. The one liners in that trial 🤣👌🏼 @JillScottJS8 #ImaCeleb

jill and mike doing this trial like #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/breXhQGnsP

Mike & Jill for the rest of the evening #imaceleb pic.twitter.com/YRTgnDPAI2

On offer is: Crack Daniels, Grim Bean and Bar-Curd-I. Mixers are Lemon Slime and Soda, Minge-er Beer and Colonic Water.

Mike is going for Minger beer – blended sheep’s vagina, and Grim Bean, blended pig’s uterus.

Next up for Mike, blended vomit fruit.

So it's @miketindall13 & @JillScottJS8 for the latest trial? Absolute dream team. Totally gona smash it clearly, hopefully. Meanwhile where the hell is @scardoug yet again? Literally all of 2 seconds screentime tonight (So far) #ImACeleb ❤️

In camp, the celebrities learned it was up to them to choose which two campmates did today’s Bushtucker Trial, The Speak Uneasy.

Jill said: ‘I wouldn’t mind doing it. I haven’t been and got a star yet.’

Mike said: ‘I will happily do it and would give it my all.’

Mike in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘At the moment I am leader of the camp, but at the moment I haven’t done any Trials and I feel that I want to contribute a bit more.’

Chris said: ‘I’m not massively keen.’

Seann said: ‘Absolutely not. No way, count me out.’

Seann in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘I want nothing to do with it.’

Owen in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘These are two of our finest former athletes, we’ve got 10 stars baby, I’m already celebrating.’

Babatúndé said: ‘I love that. I really love that. I felt the same but in a different way. Not to make it too deep but when it comes to race. I remember when I went to drama school I didn’t feel seen.

‘I was the only black person in my class. Everything was so British and I felt so out of place. Everybody was always like, “Why don’t you know this?” and “Why don’t you know that about where you’re born?”

‘My world is totally different to both of yours. Totally. And so that’s why I love your story because you felt seen. When I have the liberty to be like, this is who I am, Tottenham born, Nigerian raised in Britain, living in Stevenage, middle class life now, that is just me. The middle class Baba started to… ‘Oh, ok pâté… alright.’ 

Matt said: ‘I desperately wanted to learn. One side on maths I could and on English I couldn’t.’

Seann asked: ‘Are you talking about reading specifically?’

Matt said: ‘Yeah. And then the moment I was identified as dyslexic at university suddenly instead of feeling I was just rubbish at something and useless, it was ahhhh… so actually I am OK with language, it’s just my brain works differently and I can work on that.’

Babatúndé joked of his own achievements: ‘Staying alive living in Tottenham… that’s the biggest achievement I’ve ever had.’

He added: ‘I went to a terrible school… in Tottenham, not only were the students bad, the teachers were also gangsta… you couldn’t mess with the teachers like that. We were just disruptive children.’

Babatúndé, Matt and Seann had a chat at the creek about their achievements in life.

Seann said to Matt: ‘Yesterday you said you were a jockey?’

Matt said: ‘I rode in a race, yeah.’

Seann laughed: ‘You’re up for anything!’

Matt explained the race to them and said: ‘Two furlongs to go, pulled out, kicked on, won the race… it was absolutely brilliant.’

Babatúndé joked: ‘What can’t you do, bruv?’

Matt said: ‘There’s lots of things I can’t do. I can’t tell jokes.’

Babatúndé playfully teased: ‘You can’t dance… we tried to teach you.’

Matt concurred: ‘I can’t dance, I can’t sing and I can’t read very well very quickly.’

Babatúndé said: ‘But all your achievements are like massive.’

Camp leader Mike then updated camp that no-one would be leaving that morning.

Chris said: ‘It’s great news that no-one’s leaving today.’

Boy George added: ‘Takes a little bit of stress out of the morning.’

In the Bush Telegraph Sue said: ‘I should be really excited that no-one’s going home, I’m just feeling a little bit low. I’m homesick, I’m tired. I’ve hit a wall.’

Sue had a little cry in the RV. Mike went in and gave her a hug.

Sue told him: ‘I’m just having a moment, that’s all. Just one of those mornings, I don’t want to do a Trial, I don’t want to do a challenge, I don’t want to eat the s***. I don’t want to sleep with you.’

Mike laughed: ‘Agh, I get that. Just think how Zara feels.’

Mike in the Bush Telegraph said of Sue: ‘She’s tough inside, she just had a little moment today. Hey, everyone, in this environment, completely expected.’

Mike told Sue: ‘I’ll look after you. I just didn’t think it was that traumatic seeing me in my pants…’

Sue laughed: ‘It’s f***ing traumatic.’

In the morning, Seann got a fright when using the dunny.

Seann explained in the Bush Telegraph: ‘Woke up, go for a wee, and there is a massive spider on the wall.’

Seann called Chris for help.

Chris in the Bush Telegraph said: ‘I had a little look at this spider. With my vast jungle experience I said, ‘Absolutely fine, totally safe.’

When Seann explained it to camp and mimed how big it was, Chris joked: ‘You know how some exaggerate about size…’

I’m excited to see Owen returning to my screen. Highlight to my day tbh🫠🫶🏽 pic.twitter.com/T3jhtwWNvq

seann walsh listening to boy george complain about every slight inconvenience he experiences @imacelebrity #ImACeleb #imacelebrity pic.twitter.com/H0VDnezfLR

10 mins until meditation #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/inCqHk5kcq

Matt Hancock’s girlfriend Gina Coladangelo is understood to be keeping her distance from other travelling family members as she waits for the MP to leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The businesswoman, 45, landed in Australia earlier this week and has been spending her time alone at the five-star JW Marriott hotel in Surfers Paradise, on Australia’s Gold Coast.

But she is said to be spending her time sunbathing away from the others families while they all get to know each another.

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He’s reportedly the highest-paid I’m a Celebrity contestant in the show’s history.

But Boy George’s goddaughter Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is not surprised as she reveals the hitmaker is in the jungle just for the money.

The Big Brother contestant said the singer, 61, was worth the whopping £500,000 he’s allegedly being paid because ‘he’s an artist’.

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Mike Tindall and Jill Scott are the two contestants braving the drinking challenge during this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The former rugby pro, 44, braves a stomach-churning vomit fruit smoothie during the challenge in sickening scenes which will air on Sunday evening.

A teaser clip for the episode shows the moment Mike downs a glass of the  nauseating concoction as he jokes he ‘can’t smell anything through his nose anyway’, after breaking it eight times during his professional career.

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