Myleene Klass throws I’m A Celeb finale party with huge outdoor cinema screen and surprise guest | The Sun

MYLEENE Klass threw an amazing I'm A Celebrity finale party with a huge outdoor screen cinema – featuring a surprise guest.

The 45-year-old singer and TV personality was crowned the first ever 'Legend' of the jungle as I'm A Celeb came to an end on Friday.

Having filmed the all-stars series back in October last year, Myleene and the rest of her campmates have had to keep the result a secret.

But throwing a huge outdoor party to celebrate the finale, Klass surprised her guests when she was crowned the winner.

She invited her family and friends over and put on an event in her back garden that included a large projector screen so everyone could watch the finale.

Myleene was dressed in her camp outfit as she had a roaring open fire pit for her guests to stay warm and get into the jungle spirit.

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TalkTV's Vanessa Feltz also made a surprise appearance and posed with the Smooth Radio presenter for a picture.

Vanessa, 61, captured the moment Myleene sprung up in front of her guests as they watch Ant and Dec reveal she was the champion.

An amazing cake was also baked for the occasion, featuring Myleene in her iconic white bikini.

The tense I'm A Celebrity finale came down to Myleene and Jordan Banjo.

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The two finalists had been faced with a vile menu, including dishes such as fermented eggs and mice tails.

Myleene and Jordan were cheered on by their former All Stars campmates as they gagged and gulped their way through the gruesome task.

But it was Myleene who triumphed – barely flinching when faced with every single piece of gross foodstuff.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun following her win, Myleene said: “The first time round, I wasn’t a mum so there was no jeopardy if I ran around the jungle for a few weeks in a white bikini. I had a ball the first time.

“They say don’t go back to an ex and don’t go back to a reheated dinner.

“The jungle back in Australia gave me my family, gave me my work, gave me my career.

“I wanted to go to the bush as I wanted to say thank you for what the jungle has given me.”

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