The second contestant has been voted out of the I'm A Celebrity 2019 jungle - who left tonight?
Nobody left the ITV survival show on Saturday, with viewers instead nominating Ian Wright for a Bushtucker Trial.
However, it was back to business as usual on Sunday (December 1) with the second elimination - and this time there was no immunity.
All eleven remaining campmates faced the public vote, and it was Andrew Maxwell who was voted off I'm A Celebrity.
Ant and Dec announced the result after telling the comedian and Kate Garraway that it 'might be' them.
"It's been an absolute pleasure," he commented as the celebs bid him farewell with applause.
Sitting down with the presenters in the studio, he said: "It was really hardcore, but also an amazing experience."
Andrew denied that there is a rift between him and Ian, after Ofcom received complaints over alleged bullying.
"There was never even a moment of personal animosity, there was a huge amount of affection," he insisted. "What's not to love about the man?
"It's learning to live with other people and learning the rhythms of each other and the jungle itself."
"He hates dithering, if there's any dithering on a Dingo Dollar answer, it just absolutely flips his lid," he explained.
"If you don't expose some sort of weak point while you're here for weeks on end, what are you? You've got to be a robot!"
Andrew concluded his interview by backing James to win, calling him "a natural leader".
Vote-offs are now due to continue daily in the run-up to next Sunday's grand final.
Earlier in the episode, Ian won seven meals by taking a trip on the 'Hell-evator' in the Trial.
While the celebs congratulated him, the footballer was "disappointed" with the score, having set himself a target of eight.
He had struggled to undo the knots that secured the stars while battling toads, rats, crabs and a large crocodile.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues nightly at 9.00pm on ITV. Spin-off Extra Camp immediately follows the main show on ITV2.