Here's a recap of who won I'm A Celebrity 2018 and who left with a recap of all the results.
As the winner of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2018 is crowned, we round up all the results of the series.
This year's show saw a total of eleven stars appearing in the jungle, swapping their life of luxury for three weeks in the Australian bush.
After two weeks inside the jungle, the first evictions of the series began.
Eliminations then continued each night with viewers voting to save their favourite celebrities. The one with the fewest votes got the boot each evening.
That left just the three for the final...
Latest I'm A Celebrity 2018 results
Friday, November 30 - TV legend Noel Edmonds voted off.
Saturday, December 1 - No elimination.
Sunday, December 2 - Hollyoaks' Malique Thompson-Dwyer eliminated.
Monday, December 3 - Corrie star Sair Khan voted off.
Tuesday, December 4 - Soap actress Rita Simons voted off.
Wednesday, December 5 - TV’s ‘The Governess’ Anne Hegerty left.
Thursday, December 6 - TV presenter Nick Knowles left.
Friday, December 7 - The Vamps' singer James McVey voted off.
Saturday, December 8 - X Factor singer Fleur East
Who won I'm A Celebrity 2018?
In the final the last three celebs went head to head in the final vote.
Lines froze half-way through the final and with the fewest votes at that point, John Barrowman left in third place.
Lines then re-opened for viewers to continue voting for their favourite before finally closing for good.
Hosts Holly and Dec then revealed that Harry Redknapp was the winner of I'm A Celebrity 2018 leaving Emily Atack as the runner up.
I'm A Celebrity cast
Just three contestants were left on the cast for I'm A Celebrity's grand final on Sunday evening.
They included actor John Barrowman, and football manager Harry Redknapp. Joining them was comedy actor Emily Atack.
Ahead of Sunday's final, Harry found himself as the "unstoppable favourite" that proved to be spot on as he took the title with 70% of the final vote.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here returns to ITV in 2019.