The I'm A Celebrity 2018 celebrities are said to have REALLY enjoyed themselves at this year's wrap party.
Football manager Harry Redknapp won the final in Sunday night's results over actress Emily Atack who finished as runner up, and third placed John Barrowman MBE.
Other celebs on this year's cast included TV presenter Nick Knowles, actor Hollyoaks star Malique Thompson-Dwyer and pop star James McVey
Joining them in the camp were actor Rita Simons, TV’s ‘The Governess’ Anne Hegerty Corrie star Sair Khan, and singer Fleur East.
After the live final, they enjoyed quite the after party and it seems some guests at the group's hotel were left rather unamused by the "rowdy" behaviour that took place.
"The wrap party went on for ages and it’s no secret that the cast got very rowdy with friends and family," a source claimed today. "Everyone was really excited to see each other and it was a really fun party.
"But a lot of the campmates hadn’t drunk any alcohol for ages and had been eating rice and beans, so some of them got really tipsy very quickly."
The insider shared with The Sun newspaper: "When they got back to the hotel, the staff had to remind them to keep the noise down so they didn’t disturb the other guests.
"It’s a really posh place and people pay a lot of money to stay there!"
Joining the celebs at the party was this year's guest co-host Holly Willoughby, who appeared live on This Morning to give the gossip.
But Extra Camp presenters Joel Dommett, Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash passed on the celebrations.
Joel explained: "We filmed the last Extra Camp of the series and then Scarlett, Joe and I went back to the hotel to watch a movie. And we fell asleep. We just slept. We were asleep."
Meanwhile, the morning after the party, the celebs enjoyed a final meal together before flying back to the UK.
In a group snap - pictured above - shared by Fleur East's sister Keshia announced: "The last supper."
I'm A Celebrity returns this evening (December 12) for the Coming Out special.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Coming Out follows this year’s celebrities from the moment they step foot off the legendary bridge, to the emotional reunions with their family and friends.
The show will also capture their reactions as they spend their first night back in luxury.
As they prepare to wash the jungle out of their hair, how will they cope getting back to life without the Jungle?