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I'm A Celebrity 2017 results! Who won and who was voted off revealed

Here’s a recap of who won I’m A Celebrity 2017 and who left with all the latest results.

A week after the winner of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2017 was crowned, we round up all the results to date.
After two weeks inside the jungle, the first eviction 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 night.
That left just two for the final…
I’m A Celebrity 2017 results
Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo was confirmed as the winner of I’m A Celebrity 2017, leaving Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas as the runner-up.
The Made In Chelsea star was ceremonially crowned by Scarlett Moffatt, last year’s I’m A Celebrity winner and host of ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp.

Toff reacted: “I’m surprised to even be here! It’s so surreal, I loved it in there so much. I didn’t even mind doing the dunny.”
Runner up Jamie added: “To get to the final, even to do the cyclone we were made up, but to get to the final two is amazing. It’s been amazing.”
Latest I’m A Celebrity 2017 results
Friday, December 1 – Shappi Khorsandi voted off.Saturday, December 2 – No elimination.Sunday, December 3 – Kezia Dugdale eliminated.
Monday, December 4 – Rebekah Vardy voted off.Tuesday, December 5 – Vanessa White voted off.Wednesday, December 6 – Stanley Johnson left.
Thursday, December 7 – Dennis Johnson left.Friday, December 8 – Amir Khan voted off.Saturday, December 9 – Jennie Khan voted off.Sunday, December 10 – Toff wins. Jamie in second and Iain in third.
I’m A Celebrity cast
Just three contestants made it to the end of I’m A Celebrity.
Competing in the final three on I’m A Celebrity 2017 were radio host Iain Lee, Made In Chelsea’s Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo and Hollyoaks hunk Jamie Lomas.
I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here returns to ITV in 2018.
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