The contestants on I'm A Celebrity
Get Me Out of Here have handed out awards recognising each others' contribution to the camp.
Martina Navratilova, George Takei and Joe Swash are the final celebrities left in the jungle on the eighth series of the ITV1 reality show.
And as their time in Australia neared an end, the remaining three decided between that every celebrity who had been in camp deserved recognition.
Robert Kilroy-Silk, the first contestant to leave the camp, was named Conqueror of the Creepy Crawly, with all agreeing he was noble and heroic.
Dani Behr was labelled Queen of the Stir Fry for tasty food prepared with great gusto awhile George said Carly Zucker had been his "angel of the night"
Timmy Mallet earned the title of King of the Cackle for his incessant cackling - though the celebrities thanked him for keeping everyone's spirits up - and Joe said Esther Rantzen had been a motherly figure to him, naming her Renaissance Woman.
Former Metropolitan police commissioner Brian Paddick was dubbed the Naked Sheriff, having been the only one contestant brave enough to shower in he nude while Nicola McLean unsurprisingly won the Biggest Boob in Camp award.
Simon Webbe was named the Gentleman Prince and David Van Day, the last celebrity to leave the camp, was labelled Camp Camera Hog.
Addressing each other, Joe said Martina was a Superwoman, and paid tribute to her kindness, beauty and affection.
The tennis champion labelled former Star Trek actor George the King Amongst Men, adding that he was a dear human being who brought pleasure, happiness and laughter and a great attitude to the camp.
And George said his great friend Joe was a Man For All Seasons.
"You love and embrace everyone, creative, inventive, principled and defined by your big heart," he added.
"If you weren't straight I'd jump into bed with you if [husband] Brad wasn't there!" he joked.