Here’s who has left I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Australia 2024

Only one can win…

Each year a handful of notable people put their hands up and compete on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia.

And, as with any reality competition-style television show, those contestants are inevitably eliminated one by one until there’s a winner.

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Now that the 2024 season of I’m A Celeb is well underway – with Julia Morris and Robert Irwin at the helm – we can’t wait to see who will win and who ends up leaving…

Here’s the complete list of contestants who have left I’m A Celeb 2024:

Who got evicted from I’m A Celebrity Australia 2024 tonight?

Coming in second place overall in this year’s I’m A Celeb was TV presenter Tristan MacManus.

Known for his calm and warm presence in the camp, Tristan excelled in the eating trials and challenges throughout the 2024 season.

Making it to the final night in the jungle and coming in third was Love Island star Callum Hole.

He made fast friends in the jungle with the celebrities and was beloved by Australian viewers.

Ahead of the final episode, there was a shock double elimination. Ellie Cole and Brittany Hockley were both booted from camp. However, during their time in the jungle, the two women proved to Australia how brave they could be.

For instance, Ellie experienced bites from rats and snakes slithering on her face, and Brittany took a canon to the face.

The seventh celebrity that left I’m A Celeb was Stephen K Amos.

The comedian entertained both his campmates and Australia with his quick wit, while also showing a vulnerable side when talking about his personal life and conquering his fear of swimming.

The sixth celebrity that left I’m A Celeb was Khanh Ong.

Not only did Khanh put his chef skills to good use and cook for his fellow contestants in the jungle, he also bravely faced his fear of frogs and was dropped off the side of a mountain.

Peter Daicos was the fifth celeb to leave the jungle.

During his time on the show, the AFL legend impressed both his fellow contestants and viewers with his ability to stay calm during the intense challenges.

The fourth celebrity to leave the I’m A Celeb jungle was Michelle Bridges.

The fitness trainer and author was a fierce competitor and the ultimate teammate in the jungle, competing in two tucker trials.

The first celebrity to leave of their own accord this season and say the words, “I’m a celebrity, get me out of here!” was Frankie Muniz.

The Malcom in the Middle star was incredibly emotional while telling his campmates the reason why he needed to exit the jungle.

“The weird part is, I’m not an emotional person because I’ve been so busy, I’m almost numb. But I’ve felt so many incredible feelings here with you guys,” he emotionally started.

“My current situation with my wife and son is… I’m guilty of not noticing what they do for me.

“Hearing my wife say that my son is sad that I don’t play trucks with him, I realise I’ve been home so many days, and when I’m home I’m not present. And I’m so ready to be present.”

The second contestant to get evicted from I’m A Celeb was Candice Warner.

During her time in the jungle, Candice braved terrifying heights and snakes slithering all over her face despite being “afraid of everything”.

The first contestant to leave I’m A Celeb this year was Denise Drysdale.

Though Denise was only in the jungle for a short amount of time, the Aussie icon sure did make an impression – from playing ‘Ding or Dong’ (a game that taught her other campmates about her illustrious career) to striking up an unlikely friendship with Love Island alumi Callum Hole.

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Who is left on I’m A Celeb Australia 2024?

The following contestants are still in the running to win I’m A Celeb:

  • Skye Wheatley
  • Tristan MacManus
  • Callum Hole

Watch I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here on Channel Ten and 10Play.

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