I'm A Celebrity 2017 results! Who left? Fourth celebrity is voted off!

Tonight's I'm A Celebrity results! Who was evicted?

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The fourth celebrity has left I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2017 in tonight's results.

After more than two weeks inside the jungle, tonight saw the next eviction of the series as the latest celebrity was voted out.


And it was Vanessa White we said goodbye to after she received the fewest votes to stay from viewers at home and was voted off next.

"I feel amazing, I'm so excited! I had the best time," Vanessa said to hosts Ant and Dec after her exit.

She added: "I had the time of my life in there. I had the best day yesterday, I was Prime Minister, we had a great fish and chip lunch and karaoke at the jungle arms.

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"It was the perfect way to end."

Vanessa follows Rebekah Vardy, Kezia Dugdale and Shappi Khorsandi out of the jungle since evictions started on Friday. There was no elimination on Saturday.


As always tonight, viewers voted for their favourite via the show's official app, mobile and phone lines over the past 24 hours. The one with the fewest votes got the boot.

Now after the four eliminations (and one walker), seven celebrities remain in camp ahead of the final on Sunday night.

They include Boxer Amir Khan, England footballer Dennis Wise and Radio host Iain Lee.

Alongside Amir, Dennis and Iain, the celebs in camp are Made In Chelsea's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo and Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas.

Also still in the jungle are Coronation Street actress Jennie McAlpine and Ex MP and father of Boris Johnson, Stanley Johnson.

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Are you happy with tonight's I'm A Celebrity results? Who do you want out next? Who are you backing to win? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @tellymix!


I'm A Celebrity continues nightly on ITV with evictions taking place live each evening.

Those that remain in camp will go forward to the final of I'm A Celebrity 2017 which takes place this Sunday night on December 10.

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