A fourth contestant has been voted out of the I'm A Celebrity 2019 jungle - who left tonight?
The latest series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here continued this evening (Tuesday, December 3) with the fourth elimination of the series.
All nine remaining campmates faced the public vote, and it was James Haskell who was voted off I'm A Celebrity tonight.
Ex-England rugby player James Haskell reacted to hosts Ant and Dec after his exit: "I got quite emotional. I thought there's no way I'm going to well up here but I did!"
Asked who he wanted to win, James backed Jacqueline: "She came in here wanting to do this for herself. I think she's had a bit of a tough time and I want her to prove herself wrong."
James is the fourth to leave the jungle following actor Cliff Parisi on Monday, comedian Andrew Maxwell on Sunday and Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts last Friday.
This year's celebrities left in camp are ex footballer and broadcaster Ian Wright MBE; pop star Nadine Coyle; 'Rak-Su' singer Myles Stephenson; soap star Jacqueline Jossa and Capital Radio DJ Roman Kemp.
They're joined by Olympian and TV personality Caitlyn Jenner; TV and radio presenter Kate Garraway and actor Andy Whyment.
Elsewhere in tonight's episode, Kate, Andy and Jacqueline won all nine stars in I'm A Celebrity's latest trial.
In this evening's show, the trio took on a task called Celebrities Assemble.
A superhero mission against the clock, Jacqueline found herself locked in a cage with bugs and suspended 100ft in the air.
It was then up to Kate and Andy to rescue her, making their way along an obstacle course collecting stars along the way.
They successfully recovered all stars, including Jacqueline's ninth star, within six minutes.
As a result of the trio winning 9 stars in the trial, the camp was provided with an entire octopus for dinner.
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues nightly on ITV with Ant and Dec at 9PM.
Extra Camp spin-off airs on ITV2 straight after the main show.