ITV has today released full details of the percentage splits in the I'm A Celebrity 2012 public votes - revealing that Charlie Brooks beat Ashley Roberts to win by a little over 1%.
According to the stats, former Pussycat Dolls member Ashley finished top consecutively in the last five elimination votes leading up to the final.
However, Eastenders actress Charlie eventually snatched the crown with 50.56% of the poll for the winner, with Ashley on 49.44% - meaning there was a difference of only 1.12%.
Presenters Ant and Dec stated that the lead had changed at least once while the lines were open during Saturday's final.
Meanwhile it's emerged that Eric Bristow (9.54%) beat Colin Baker (5.66%) in the vote for the head-to-head elimination trial. Therefore, the Doctor Who star would have been booted out even if he hadn't lost the challenge.
Nadine Dorries also narrowly missed out on topping the third Bushtucker Trial vote - the first for the united camp - with 26.63%, just very slightly behind Helen Flanagan's winning 26.95%.
Helen's highest Trial percentage came during the sixth vote, when she scored 46.07% - with her nearest rival David Haye on 15.34%.
The full list of figures can be read on the I'm A Celebrity website.