Celebrity Island 2017: TWO more celebrities quit after two weeks

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Two more celebrity contestants have quit the Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls 2017.

Olympian & TV presenter Sharron Davies and Actor & Rizzle Kicks singer Jordan Stephens requested to leave the island after two weeks on this evening’s show.


After 14 days, Sharron had enough and described the experience to living in a war zone.

Also missing her family, Sharron told the other celebs she was sure of her decision and called in Bear’s team to be evacuated.

The next day, after a failed fishing trip, Jordan also asked to leave before getting taken away off the island by Bear’s team.

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Last week saw Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte become the first to depart, saying: “I feel like everyone here is really disorganised, and, as a group, we’re very dysfunctional and I don’t see it changing.

“My only choice is to leave the island.”


He added: “I don’t feel like I can be a part of this group. In a real survival situation, some of them would’ve been eaten.”

Celebs left living on The Island after the two weeks are Olympian & broadcaster Iwan Thomas, comedian Mark Watson and Actor Ryan Thomas.

They’re joined by Former TOWIE star Lucy Mecklenburgh, Former Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton, Comedian & writer Shazia Mirza and TV doctor Sara Kayat.

In this evening’s episode, ravaged by hunger, mosquitoes and sandflies, tensions were building in the camp. Musician Jordan was attracting the ire of the other celebrities, who felt he was not pulling his weight.

Later, things took a turn for the worst for one of the group before Sharon’s departure.

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Comedian Shazia threw every ounce of energy into finding food but exhausted from relentless hours of fishing, she fell on the rocks.


Medics from Bear team rushed to the island where, after a check up, they gave her the all clear to continue.

Celebrity Island 2017 continues Tuesday nights on Channel 4 at 9:15PM.

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