Jordan Banjo joins jungle exodus as he hails former campmates
Dancer Jordan Banjo described his experience on I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! as “overwhelming” as he became the fourth celebrity to leave the show.
The 23-year-old was eliminated from the ITV programme after a public vote following the departures of Ola Jordan, Lisa Snowdon and DJ Danny Baker.
Jordan – who is a member of dance troupe Diversity – was greeted by his younger sister after crossing the rope bridge.
Absolutely gutted for Jord, but were so grateful for all the support he's received. It will mean THE WORLD to him.. Thank you! - Diversity X— Jordan Banjo (@Jordan_Banjo) November 29, 2016
He told presenters Ant and Dec: “Having a camp like we did was such a blessing.
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a camp like it. A home away from home. Every day I’m with a team.”
“The whole experience was so overwhelming. It’s just something I never thought I’d have the chance to do.”
Jordan threw his support behind ex-England footballer Wayne Bridge to win as his former camp mates were shown in tears on a screen behind him.
Earlier Jordan had been seen working with actor Larry Lamb to win all nine stars in a Bushtucker Trial.
Following his elimination from the show he described 69-year-old Larry as “like a dad”.