She hasn’t really made many waves during her time in the jungle, and last night Vanessa White’s adventure in the jungle came to an end when she was voted off the show.
After receiving the fewest votes from the audience, she found herself in the bottom two along with former football star Dennis Wise.
And eventually, Ant and Dec gave Vanessa the news that her time in the jungle had come to an end after 19 days, with the other campmates rushing over to hug her in a show of support.
Fans however were not happy with the voting, and seemed to think that Amir Khan’s behaviour should have been enough to see him booted out of the jungle, but instead he was safe and Vanessa White was the one to receive her marching orders.
In fact, some fans took to social media to suggest that the show might even be a fix when it comes to the results of the votes, with one person asking: “Fix or just coincidence all the girls are being voted out first?”
But some other viewers simply thought that Vanessa, who didn’t exactly set the world alight during her time in the jungle, just hadn’t made enough of an impression with the fans to save herself from being voted off.
After crossing the rope bridge to be greeted by presenters Ant and Dec, Vanessa said that she was no longer afraid of spiders after spending so much time with them. And I don’t know about you, but if that was me, anything that happened in the jungle would have been well worth it, if it meant that I would no longer be afraid of spiders!
She appeared in high spirits as she left the Jungle, and told Ant and Dec that she had had the “time of her life” during her stay in the jungle. She also opened up about the end of her six year relationship with Gary Salter.
After leaving the jungle, White spoke to the Geordie presenting duo and said: “I had the time of my life in there. I don’t think you can ever really know what to expect until you’re in there. You can’t explain it.”
She insisted however that despite the fun she’d had, the former Saturday’s singer was ready to leave the jungle. She claimed that she had left the camp after having the “best day” as she became the camp’s Prime Minister before enjoying a night in the Jungle Arms pub with her campmates for a lot of fun and a spot of karaoke.
She said: “I had the best time, yesterday was my best day and I was PM for a day! It was the perfect way to end, we had a great fish and chip lunch and then we had pizza and chips at the Jungle Arms.”
And when asked who she is going to miss the most from her time in camp, Vanessa said: “Literally everyone! We’ve already decided we’re going to have a WhatsApp group, we’ve made arrangements to go out!”
She wasn’t afraid to get right royally stuck into the trials, but Ant and Dec couldn’t resist poking fun at the singer one more time over her less than stellar performance in the Car Cruel Karaoke trial, which saw her shockingly unable to correctly guess the artists and track titles of really well known songs.
This caused a stir on Twitter, as fans were quick to comment on her poor knowledge of music, which saw her unsuccessfully guess tracks by artists like Bon Jovi and Queen. However, Vanessa defended herself and said: “But I knew the songs! I’m really bad at names, that’s my problems.”
When quizzed by Ant and Dec, Vanessa struggled to pick a celebrity that she wants to win the show, but she sounded out her new bestie Toff and Dennis Wise as potential winners.
Reflecting on what she had learned from her time in the jungle, she said: “I now know how to make fires, I’m not really scared of spiders anymore!”
The singer’s exit comes after she admitted that she still misses her ex-boyfriend of six years Gary Salter. The pair split back in April, and had been dating ever since Vanessa was 21 years old.
Speaking on the issue during a heart-to-heart with Toff, Vanessa explained: “This time last year I was with my boyfriend, there are things I miss, when you’ve been with someone that long they become your best friend and when you get certain news… you miss sharing those moments.”
Elaborating on their break up, she continued: “I don’t know if it was ever right, the problem is that I’m an indecisive person I can’t even make my mind up about what I am going to have for dinner let alone big decisions like do I want to be with someone forever?”
She added: “I had a freak out because my boyfriend was a lot older than me, I was with him when I was 21, we were inseparable, it was such a long time, no one cheated or anything like that… I just want to make sure that I don’t miss out on life.”
Earlier in last night’s show, the way that Iain was being treated by the other campmates again was not going down well with the viewers at home.
Dennis Wise triumphed in the Temple of Gloom challenge, bringing back a whole eight stars for the camp!
But before Dennis started off on the challenge, Iain warned him that the water was around three meters deep, which is pretty deep, but Dennis actually found it to be much shallower – and therefore much less dangerous – than Iain had originally made it out to be.
Once the trial was over, Dennis and Jamie angered viewers at home when they talking about it behind Iain’s back.
Viewers at home were not pleased at all with the way in which Dennis and Jamie were treating Iain, with some viewers branding them “horrible” and “bullies”, with one viewer even accusing Amir of trying to turn people against Iain.
Dennis admitted that he thought that the water around the challenge was in fact only about one and a half meters deep, instead of the three meters that Iain suggested it was, to which a scornful Jamie said: “So not three meters.”
“No, definitely not,” replied Dennis, as Amir also gave Iain some stick in a Bush Telegraph, saying he wasn’t sure what he was good at.