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I’m a Celebrity: Evictee Jack Vidgen says he’s ‘grateful’ for making friends in the jungle

‘I’ve made the most gorgeous life-long friends’: Jack Vidgen says he’s ‘grateful’ for his time on I’m a Celebrity after being booted from the show

He became the first contestant to be voted off I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! on Sunday night.

And hours after his elimination – which saw him being ejected from his seat into a swap – Jack Vidgen shared his feelings about the show on Instagram.

In a touching post, the 24-year-old said the experience was ‘wild and so beautiful’.

‘I’ve made the most gorgeous life-long friends’: Jack Vidgen (pictured), 24, shared how he felt about appearing on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia with his fans on Instagram hours after being eliminated from the show

‘Going into I’m a Celeb, I wanted to give every trial everything I had. I was ready to step out of my comfort zone and I was excited for Australia to get to know me for me,’ the former Australia’s Got Talent winner wrote.

‘This experience was so wild and so beautiful… I’ve made the most gorgeous life-long friends and I’m forever grateful! 

‘To everyone who watched the show, thank you so much for for all the love and support! Excited for this year ahead.’

Jack’s elimination came as he marked his 24th birthday on Sunday, celebrating the special day with a glass of wine while watching his last episode. 

'Going into I'm A Celeb I wanted to give every trial everything I had. I was ready to step out of my comfort zone and I was excited for Australia to get to know me for me,' the former Australia's Got Talent contestant wrote. 'I’m forever grateful!!!'

‘Going into I’m A Celeb I wanted to give every trial everything I had. I was ready to step out of my comfort zone and I was excited for Australia to get to know me for me,’ the former Australia’s Got Talent contestant wrote. ‘I’m forever grateful!!!’

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Jack said spending two weeks in the jungle made him want to continue to 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,’ he said.

Before filming the reality show in rural NSW in November, Jack spent time at a rehabilitation clinic for substance abuse issues.

'I am learning to love myself': In an interview with The Daily Telegraph's Confidential , Jack said spending two weeks in the jungle made him want to continue to working on himself. Pictured with Abbie Chatfield, Grant Denyer and Toni Pearen

‘I am learning to love myself’: In an interview with The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential , Jack said spending two weeks in the jungle made him want to continue to working on himself. Pictured with Abbie Chatfield, Grant Denyer and Toni Pearen

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. 

Jack gave the most incorrect answers and was eliminated from the competition. 

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

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! continues Monday at 7:30pm on Channel 10

How it ended for Jack: On Sunday's episode, Jack (centre), Ash Williams (right) and Travis Varcoe (left) 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

How it ended for Jack: On Sunday’s episode, Jack (centre), Ash Williams (right) and Travis Varcoe (left) 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

Murky waters: It was Jack who gave the most incorrect answer, and was hence eliminated from the competition. The singer was only allowed to say a quick goodbye before being literally ejected from his seat into a swamp

Murky waters: It was Jack who gave the most incorrect answer, and was hence eliminated from the competition. The singer was only allowed to say a quick goodbye before being literally ejected from his seat into a swamp

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