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Eliminated I’m a Celebrity star Jack Vidgen is continuing to work on himself

On Sunday night’s episode of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia, Jack Vidgen was the first contestant to be voted off the show.

And in an exit interview with The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential, the pop star, who spent two weeks in the jungle, said the experience has made him want to continue working on himself. 

‘I have got a lot more work to do. I really love where I am at. I love the people in my life and I am learning to love myself,’ the 24-year-old told the publication.  

Self-improvement: I’m a Celebrity’s Jack Vidgen (pictured) told The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential on Sunday that he’s continuing to work on himself: ‘I have got a lot more work to do. I really love where I am at. I love the people in my life and I am learning to love myself’ 

Prior to pre-recording the show in New South Wales, due to COVID-19, it is understood Jack spent time at a rehabilitation clinic for substance abuse issues. 

On Sunday’s episode, Jack, Ash Williams and Travis Varcoe went up against one another in the ‘Hell Hole of Destiny’ contest, in which they had to guess how many rats were stored in a mystery box. 

It was Jack who gave the most incorrect answer, and was hence eliminated from the competition. 

Eliminated: On Sunday's episode, Jack, who spent two weeks in the jungle, incorrectly guessed how many rats were stored in a mystery box, and hence was eliminated

Eliminated: On Sunday’s episode, Jack, who spent two weeks in the jungle, incorrectly guessed how many rats were stored in a mystery box, and hence was eliminated 

The singer was only allowed to say a quick goodbye before being literally ejected from his seat into a swamp. 

Jack emerged from the swamp looking very enthused, shouting ‘woo!’ and saying he was glad to, ‘end with a bang!’  

The reality star also said that being dunked, ‘wasn’t as bad as the freezing cold bathtub I was in the other day’.

In discussing the most important lessons he’d taken away from the show during his exit interview with hosts Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris, Jack spoke of his bond with AFL legend Robert DiPierdomenico, aka Dipper. 

Woosh! The singer, 24, was only allowed to say a quick goodbye before being literally ejected

Woosh! The singer, 24, was only allowed to say a quick goodbye before being literally ejected

Wet wet wet! He flew from his seat into a swamp, splashing around happily

Wet wet wet! He flew from his seat into a swamp, splashing around happily

Out he goes: Jack emerged from the water looking very enthused, shouting 'woo!' and saying he was glad to, 'end with a bang!'

Out he goes: Jack emerged from the water looking very enthused, shouting ‘woo!’ and saying he was glad to, ‘end with a bang!’ 

‘I’ve never really had a straight, older man in my life that has made me feel really comfortable about my own sexuality and I really got that with Dipper,’ Jack said. 

‘His gentleness takes over all of his… everything else. Like, he is just a beautiful, beautiful soul,’ he added.   

Earlier, Jack, Ash and Travis and the rest of the camp had competed in a hamster wheel game, where they had to estimate a 200 metre distance.

Close: In discussing the most important lessons he'd taken away from the show during his exit interview with hosts Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris (both pictured), Jack spoke of his bond with AFL legend Robert DiPierdomenico, aka Dipper

Close: In discussing the most important lessons he’d taken away from the show during his exit interview with hosts Dr Chris Brown and Julia Morris (both pictured), Jack spoke of his bond with AFL legend Robert DiPierdomenico, aka Dipper

The three men had the most incorrect result, which then qualified them for the elimination challenge.  

They then entered the ‘Hell Hole of Destiny’ contest which involved the contestants feeling around inside a box they could not see inside of. 

The box was full of rats, and they had to to try and count the squirming critters. 

Jack cried out multiple times, insisting the rats were biting him – and subsequently guessed the answer wrong, resulting in his elimination. 

Lost that round: Earlier, the contestants competed in a hamster wheel game, where they had to estimate a 200 metre distance. Jack, Ash Williams (left) and Travis Varcoe (right) had the most incorrect result, which then qualified them for the elimination challenge

Lost that round: Earlier, the contestants competed in a hamster wheel game, where they had to estimate a 200 metre distance. Jack, Ash Williams (left) and Travis Varcoe (right) had the most incorrect result, which then qualified them for the elimination challenge


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