I'm A Celebrity 2019 voting figures: Jacqueline Jossa won by just 1%

I'm A Celebrity 2019 voting percentages, figures and stats!

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The I'm A Celebrity 2019 voting percentages for this year's final have been revealed.

And they reveal a shockingly close result.


Soap actress Jacqueline Jossa won I'm A Celebrity on Sunday over fellow soap star Andy Whyment who finished as runner up, and third placed Radio 1 DJ Roman Kemp.

The stars joining the final three in camp this year included Olympian turned TV personality Caitlyn Jenner, Rak-Su singer Myles Stephenson, Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts and TV and radio presenter Kate Garraway.

Also on the line up were former footballer and pundit Ian Wright MBE, Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle, stand up Andrew Maxwell, ex-England rugby player James Haskell and actor Cliff Parisi.

Adele was first to go before Andrew waved goodbye to the camp. Cliff and James were then next to go, before Ian, Myles, Nadine and Caitlyn left. Kate finished fourth in Saturday's show.

Over 11 million votes were cast in the final alone and here's just how all the final voting figures worked out.

Unlike last year - where Harry Redknapp won with over 70% of the vote in the final - 2019 saw a much closer fight.


In fact, just 1.2% split Jacqueline and Andy in the final vote - see the full stats from the final below...

Final I'm A Celebrity 2019 voting figures and percentages

Third place freeze
Jacqueline 36.97%
Andy 33.89%
Roman 29.15%

Final vote
Jacqueline 50.61%
Andy 49.39%

> I'm A Celebrity 2019 results! Who won and who was voted off revealed - all the results.

Although the series is now over, there's one more slice of jungle action to enjoy.


You can see how this year's celebs settled back in to life in the outside world in I'm A Celebrity's 'Coming Out' special tonight (Thursday December 12) at 9.00pm on ITV.

The show follows this year’s celebs from the moment they step off the bridge into the arms of their waiting family and friends.

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