Lisa Snowdon has admitted that her former I'm A Celebrity campmates Larry Lamb and Carol Vorderman are both ready to leave the jungle. Lisa, who became the second star voted off the show on Sunday, opened up about her experiences Down Under during an appearance on Good Morning Britain on Monday, and confirmed that Larry and Carol are keen to return to normal life.
Larry Lamb and Carol Vorderman are ready to leave the jungle, according to Lisa Snowdon
Speaking via video link from Australia, Lisa, 45, told hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid: "Larry won't leave, none of them will leave (voluntarily). But they are ready to go." She added: "Larry is amazing, we got on so well and our relationship was one of the strongest for me in there. We cooked together, we chatted together, he's an amazing man. I would like him to stay… Carol is ready to leave as well. I just don't know who will be out tomorrow."
In the past few days, there has been increasing speculation that Larry, 69, might quit I'm A Celebrity – and those fears were further fuelled by Danny Baker, who was the first celebrity to be evicted from the 2016 series.
Danny Baker has revealed that Larry asked him for tips on how to get evicted from the show
"Larry is good to go," Danny, 59, told the Sun, shortly after leaving the camp on Friday. "He looked over and gave me the eye as I went out. He said, 'What did you do? Tell me what you did and I'll do it today.'"
There are now ten campmates that remain in the jungle – one by one they will be eliminated every day until the live final on 3 December, when the new king of queen will be crowned.