I’m A Celeb’s Nella Rose became the second star to be voted off the ITV show on Monday, after receiving the least amount of viewer votes.
Following jockey Frankie Dettori getting the boot just 24 hours earlier, hosts Ant and Dec returned to camp where they revealed the YouTube star and Marvin Humes were in the bottom two.
After her name was then announced Nella held her hands to her mouth in shock and appeared totally floored by the news.
The influencers time in the jungle has been a controversial one after her numerous rows with nemesis Nigel Farage and Fred Siriex led to 2,000 Ofcom complaints.
Despite the tensions Nella said a fond farewell to all her campmates as Tony Bellow told her: ‘You are a winner, you’ve done amazing.’
I’m A Celeb ‘s Nella Rose became the second star to be voted off the ITV show on Monday, after receiving the least amount of viewer votes
Following jockey Frankie Dettori getting the boot just 24 hours earlier , hosts Ant and Dec returned to camp
As the other stars waved goodbye the social media star joined hosts Ant & Dec where she was greeted with a glass of orangeade rather than the usual champagne.
Nella previously made headlines after lashing out at Fred, 51, for saying he could ‘be her father’ because of their 25-year age gap, claiming it was disrespectful because hours earlier she had told the campmates that she had lost both her parents.
Recalling the incident she said: ‘I just feel that in the middle of an argument or a disagreement, you shouldn’t bring up personal, sensitive topics, and I feel that in the middle of a disagreement, he brought up a sensitive topic.
‘I didn’t understand why he would do that to somebody that he doesn’t know [well].’
When Dec then asked her maybe the uproar was infant a ‘a misunderstanding’ Nella replied: ‘It could have been! But things are so heightened in the jungle that everything is a big thing.’
She also came to blows with former Brexit Leader Nigel Farage over the subject of immigration and racism.
After the hosts showed clips of her clashes she exclaimed: ‘Oh my god, you used everything. I am not usually put in situations where people don’t have opinions in the same walk of life,’
‘So when they have different mindsets, and I hear them, I’m shocked because I’m not used to hearing people think like this. So automatically, you have to say something about it because what they’ve said to me it’s kind of shocking sometimes. But it is what it is’
The Geordie duo revealed the YouTube star and Marvin Humes were in the bottom two
After her name was then announced Nella held her hands to her mouth in shock and appeared totally floored by the news
The influencers time in the jungle has been a controversial one after her numerous rows with nemesis Nigel Farage and Fred Siriex led to 2,000 Ofcom complaints and Nigel (pictured) couldn’t resist a smirk after his nemesis’ departure was announced
As the other stars waved goodbye Nella re-entered civilisation where she was greeted with a glass of orangeade rather than the usual champagne
She also admitted how, during her time as camp leader, she took Fred off cooking duties due to ‘pure pettiness’.
Telling the hosts: ‘Being in that jungle 24/7 when you see the drama aspects of it, It’s like your evening news that is your entertainment. So I’m thinking shall we have a peaceful camp or shall we have some drama.’
It comes after Ofcom told MailOnline How Nella has been at the centre of the majority of complaints about the ITV show during it’s time on air.
Nella’s argument with Fred Sirieix just days into the show led to 861 complaints and days later her clash with Nigel received 856, related to ‘alleged racial offence’ from her comments to Farage.
She clashed with Fred in the first few days, telling the First Dates star that she felt ‘disrespected’ by him after he joked that he could be ‘like her dad,’ hours after she candidly shared that her father had passed away.
Nella then made her exit across the infamous bridge to be greeted by fireworks
She beamed as she left the camp for good and headed off to her luxury hotel
It comes after Ofcom told MailOnline How Nella has been at the centre of the majority of complaints about the ITV show during it’s time on air
While Nella attempted to avoid Fred following the exchange, she later explained that was irked by his comment, and suggested that they keep their distance in the camp moving forward, with Nella even refusing to eat any food he cooked.
During her clash with Nigel, which aired on November 22, Nella claimed that black people ‘don’t like’ the ex-UKIP leader, 59.
She said that he is also ‘anti-immigrant’ and ‘wants all them gone’.
She added: ‘I’m one of them’ – a nod to her birth in Belgium to Congolese parents before arriving in the UK in 2009.
Nigel then asked her: ‘Who told you that?’, to which Nella replied: ‘The internet’. He exclaimed: ‘Oh, well there we are then it must be true’. Nella then said: ‘It must be! OK, but then why don’t black people like you?’
‘If you came with me through South London, you’d be astonished’, Nigel hit back.
ITV programme Lorraine also sparked Ofcom complaints in relation to its coverage of I’m A Celeb.