I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here's Coming Out show had 4.6 million viewers in last night's TV ratings.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Coming Out followed this year’s celebrities from the moment they stepped foot off the legendary bridge, to the emotional reunions with their family and friends.
There was plenty of drama as the topic of 'bullying' in camp got everyone talking - and even crying.
The one-hour special was the night's most watched TV show outside of the soaps, where Coronation Street topped the night.
Its latest two episodes averaged 6.4 million and 5.9 million viewers at 7:30PM and 8:30PM respectively.
Earlier on ITV, Emmerdale had 5.7 million viewers while over on BBC One, EastEnders had 5.5 million.
Elsewhere on Friday night, Have I Got News for You had 3.8 million viewers against I'm A Celeb in the 9PM hour on BBC One.
And finally, Judge Rinder's Crown Court concluded its two-part special with 2.3 million viewers on ITV at 8PM.
The show was a revived version of the old daytime classic which originally ran for over 800 episodes between October 1972 and March 1984.
The court was sworn-in again, Judge Rinder presiding over a shocking new two-part murder trial inspired by a real-life arsenic poisoning.