I'm A Celebrity 2014 double elimination results: Kendra Wilkinson, Tinchy Stryder out

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Kendra Wilkinson and Tinchy Stryder have become the fifth and sixth contestants to leave I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2014 in tonight's double elimination.

With six celebs in the running, tonight hosts Ant and Dec entered camp to inform Kendra and Tinchy that it 'might be them'.

However, the latest twist meant they both had to say their goodbyes, leaving Carl Fogarty, Edwina Currie, Jake Quickened and Melanie Sykes as the final four.

Kendra was the fifth eliminee, having received the least support in tonight's public vote.

The American reality TV star said of her jungle experience: "I thought I was walking in to a fake movie set, I was gonna put on an act and get fed under a table. Uh, no, that’s not how it worked!"

Kendra said being the repeated target of the Bushtucker Trial votes used up all her adrenalin, commenting: "I had no energy left. I feel like a zombie this week."

She also reflected on the row that ensued when Edwina took issue with her claim that 'you shouldn't live your life for other people'.

"I wanted to share my story with people, and here she is attacking me in my most vulnerable place," Kendra reflected. "I’m a young mum, I’m doing this for my kids, we’re all out here to feed her families. She just needed to back up and not judge."

Tinchy - the sixth person to get the boot - revealed that he "really enjoyed the experience", saying: "I expected it to be tough, but at the same time I’ve learned so much. I’m really proud of myself."

The rapped singled out Vile Vineyard as the worst trial he faced, claiming: "I don’t try things, but I did for the team, for the squad. The one in the tomb was scary, but I stayed calm."

He also said he'd meet up with Michael Buerk on the outside, having struck up an unlikely friendship with the veteran journalist.

I'm A Celebrity continues tomorrow at 9.30pm on ITV, when the remaining stars are expected to face the iconic 'Celebrity Cyclone' challenge.