All the contestants who have been eliminated on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2024

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There’s a high calibre of celebrities braving the jungle on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia in 2024.

The contestants have to endure a variety of adrenaline-inducing challenges, disgusting food trials, and less-than-ideal camp conditions, but they’re doing it all in the hopes of winning $100,000 for their chosen charities.

The cast of I’m A Celeb 2024. (Image: Channel 10)

As the episodes progress, the celebrities will be eliminated thanks to Australia’s voting.

12 celebrities are competing, but who has what it takes to be crowned King or Queen of the jungle?

Scroll through to see who has left I’m A Celebrity so far…

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Ellie Cole & Brittany Hockley

In a shock double elimination, Paralympian Ellie Cole and radio host Brittany Hockley were both voted out.

Their elimination meant that this year’s final three was decided, leaving Tristan, Callum and Skye to fight it out for the title.

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Stephen K Amos

Camp funnyman Stephen K Amos has been eliminated from the South African jungle.

During his time on the show, the comedian had his fellow celebrities constantly laughing thanks to his witty jokes and hilarious life experiences. Stephen also faced his fears and thanks to Paralympic gold-medallist Ellie Cole, he learned how to swim.

Speaking with TV Week after his elimination, Stephen said one of the best parts of his experience was learning to swim.

“I had a gold-medal-winning Paralympic swimmer teaching me. She’s going to be commentating at both the Olympics and the Paralympics later this year – and she taught me how to swim! I’ll never, ever forget that for the rest of my days, I mean how good is that?,” Stephen shared.

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Khanh Ong

Resident jungle chef Khanh Ong has been voted off I’m A Celebrity 2024.

During his time on the show, Khanh showed off his cooking skills from MasterChef Australia as well as survival tips and tricks he picked up during his stint on Australian Survivor.

Speaking with TV Week, Khanh said his favourite part of the show was cooking every night with his fellow celebrities.

“I would have one of the celebrities as my sous chef every night and they really opened up.

“I feel like when you’re cooking with food, people open up, they’re a bit more comfortable, and I would learn about their lives and families and their children. And that was by far my favourite part.”

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Peter Daicos

AFL legend Peter Daicos was sadly eliminated from the show by Australia.

The Collingwood great forged strong friendships with the other celebrities, and won the hearts of viewers while speaking about his career and family.

Following his exit from I’m A Celebrity, Peter said: “I have come out of camp feeling like my self esteem has gone through the roof. I am patting myself on the back and feel so good about what I have achieved.”

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Michelle Bridges

Fitness guru and reality TV veteran Michelle Bridges was the third celebrity to be voted out in 2024.

Michelle was game for anything when it came to challenges, and her performance in the ‘Hole In One Mouthful’ food trial was undoubtedly her strongest and bravest performance on the show.

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Frankie Muniz

Child star Frankie Muniz was the first celebrity to walk out of the show in the 2024 season.

The Malcolm in the Middle star revealed to his fellow campmates that he was struggling being away from his family, and a letter from home solidified his decision to go home to be with his wife and young son.

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Candice Warner

Candice Warner was the second celebrity eliminated from the jungle in 2024.

While on the show, the former Ironwoman braved multiple tough challenges and faced some of her biggest fears.

When speaking with our sister site New Idea, Candice revealed how excited she was to speak to her family again, and how proud her daughters are of her.

“They were just so proud of me and I haven’t had that before. It’s always ‘look at what daddy’s done, daddy’s scored a century’. For them to be super proud of their mum doing really cool stuff was a really lovely moment.”

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Denise Drysdale

As the last to enter the camp, 75-year-old television personality Denise Drysdale was also the first to leave this year.

The national treasure joked about being happy about leaving the jungle so soon, saying: “Can I thank people who voted me out? If I see you anywhere, come up and say hello. I’ll buy you a drink!”

TV Week spoke with Denise after her elimination, and she divulged on her unlikely friendship with Love Island Australia star Callum Hole.

“I got on so well with Callum because he’s a beautiful person. I know he’s out there on Love Island and reality shows and he is gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. But underneath, he’s a really lovely person, he’s great. I felt like I could mother him,” Denise shared.

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