Eric Bristow managed to reach the final four of the I'm a Celebrity competition, in which celebrities are thrust into the depths of the jungle having to live with very little entertainment or food- all of which adds up to brilliant fun for everyone at home.
However, the former darts champ was exited from the wilderness today, which means he goes back to a warm hotel, comfy bed and as much food as he can muster- quite the opposite of the minimalism of the outdoors. Charlie Brooks, David Haye and Ashley Roberts (from the Pussy Cat Dolls) are still left out there to fend for themselves, and according to Bristow it'll be Haye that wins, reports the Mirror.
Bristow has been fairly popular with fellow contestants (except Helen Flanagan) and the audience alike, but Hugo Taylor was his biggest fan. The Made in Chelsea star said, in an interview with This Morning, "'Eric was my rock in there and he's my new best friend. I'm so happy that I managed to make a friend who was completely different to everyone else I know and I'm sure we'll be dear friends for the rest of our lives." adding, "'I love that man more than anything. I cannot wait until he gets out." Isn't that sweet? Well, Hugo doesn't need to wait any longer. They're probably having a pint as we speak.
It hasn't all been lovey dovey as the show has come under fire this week for the treatment of Charlie Brooks' daughter who was waiting behind a door to see her mum, who, unfortunately ended up picking the wrong door. The finale of the series is on Saturday, be sure not to miss it.
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