I’m A Celebrity 2022: Chris Moyles is the SIXTH star to be voted out

I’m A Celebrity 2022: Chris Moyles is the SIXTH star to be voted out the jungle camp as says he’s ‘gutted’ Matt Hancock is more popular than him

Chris Moyles was the sixth campmate to be voted of this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! during Thursday night’s episode.

The radio DJ was named in the bottom two of the public vote by show hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly with comedian Seann Walsh.

I just said this morning in the Bush Telegraph, “I’ve got this now, I’d really like to stay,” before adding: ‘I’m gutted Matt Hancock is more popular than me!’

Farewell: Chris Moyles was the sixth campmate to be voted of this year's series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! during Thursday night's episode

Farewell: Chris Moyles was the sixth campmate to be voted of this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! during Thursday night’s episode

Former Health Secretary Matt made the controversial decision to appear on the jungle survival series this year.

Speaking about the West Suffolk MP, Chris said: ‘I really struggled with it to be fair, I slagged him a bit. I separated Matt Hancock from Matt.

‘We had to live with him and he was winning the stars and getting us food.

Shocked: Chris was surprised he was voted off the show before former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, with the broadcaster saying 'I'm gutted Matt Hancock is more popular than me!'

Shocked: Chris was surprised he was voted off the show before former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, with the broadcaster saying ‘I’m gutted Matt Hancock is more popular than me!’

‘Matt Hancock, I’ve got massive issues with, but Matt I’ve got less issues with.’  

Chris said he felt like a ‘competition winner’ going into camp, adding: ‘I never got over the surrealness of it all. I’d often be the last one go to bed and I’d go to the dunny and I’d look back and I’d go, “Wow!'”‘

He added: ‘It’s such a privilege to be able to do it… To be a part of this is a real honour. I know I won’t appreciate it until I’m out.’

The broadcaster struggled to successfully compete in the trials, at one point only managing to win one star for camp, meaning the group had one meal to share between them at a point when there was 11 people residing in camp.

He explained: ‘I’m an anxious scared man who is really comfortable in a radio studio. I’m not cut out for this life.’

Chris burst into tears as his girlfriend Tiffany Austin ran to greet him after he crossed the bridge out of camp as flares were set off and confetti was fired into the air.

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