Ruthie Hensall was the second roommate to leave this year's I & # 39; m A Celebrity … Get me out of here! during the episode on Sunday.
When she left, the 53-year-old stage actress held back tears as she expected to reunite with her daughters Lily, 17 and Dolly, 15. She said, “I see my girls! As a mother, you only think about the things that you do wrong, not the things that you do right. & # 39;
The remaining ten celebrities will continue to be evicted from the program's new location, Gwrych Castle in North Wales, each night until the series finale on Friday after parasport athlete Hollie Arnold was booted off the series earlier this week.
She is out! Ruthie Hensall was the second roommate to leave this year's I & # 39; m A Celebrity … Get me out of here! during the episode on Sunday
The Cats star, who shares her children with her ex-husband, musician Tim Howar, 51, explained her short time during an exit interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, saying, “That was brutal. I can already try my burger.
“You have absolutely no control over there, the roller coaster of emotions is ridiculous. You start thinking about things you haven't thought about in years, but everyone is so delightful there and there was a real camaraderie in it. & # 39;
The artist didn't hold back by sharing revelations around the camp when she confessed to being with the & # 39; handsome guy & # 39; Prince Edward slept at Buckingham Palace.
The West End star admitted that she didn't think she would be candid on the show and said, "It was Shane (Richie)! He asked me all the questions. I thought I wasn't going to spill the beans. I felt like I was chatting with a buddy, but only after that do you think about the consequences.
"I see my girls!" When she left, the 53-year-old stage actress held back tears as she expected to reunite with her daughters Lily, 17 and Dolly, 15
Bottom two: The media personality landed in the bottom two with Beverley Callard from Coronation Street
& # 39; That was brutal. I can already try my burger! & # 39; The Cats star described her brief stint during an exit interview with hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly
Candid: I felt like I was going out into the world and I was Ruthie and that's not really exactly who I am. I felt the most today than all the time, ”added the Marguerite actress
Tip for the crown? About who she'd like to win 20th Edition, actress She Loves Me said, "I wish they all could, but G (iovanna Fletcher, pictured) was amazing, I think Shane (Richie) will too ( do well) & # 39;
First departure: Parasport athlete Hollie Arnold was booted out of the series earlier this week (picture)
“I felt like I was going out into the world and I was Ruthie, and that's not really exactly who I am. I felt the most today than all the time. & # 39;
Ruthie struggled with emotion when she spoke of her teenage children, saying, “I've been a single mom for so long. You're trying to figure out how to deal with each situation and you wish someone could say, "It's okay, I'll do it." My feelings were completely on the surface. I'd say I'm emotional anyway, but … I'm so sorry (chuckles). & # 39;
About who she'd like to win 20th Edition, actress She Loves Me said, "I wish they all could, but G (iovanna Fletcher) was amazing, I think Shane will (do well) too."
Elsewhere on the show, Victoria Derbyshire emerged victorious when she won nine stars for the camp in her first solo test after being preferred to Russell Watson to take on the task.
The 52-year-old broadcaster faced a variety of creatures – including lizards, pythons, and wolves – while collecting stars in the Critter Clink trial.
Victoria arrived at the trials area and told hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that she was "feeling worried, nervous, a little scared, and also strangely calm, perhaps on the verge of hysteria".
The journalist said the mood in the camp was sad after Hollie's departure and said, “Hollie's gone, so hopefully I'll do this for Hollie. It doesn't feel right if there aren't 12. & # 39;
Victorious: Elsewhere on the show, Victoria Derbyshire emerged victorious when she won nine stars for the camp in her first solo test
Trial: The 52-year-old broadcaster faced a variety of creatures – including lizards, a python, and a wolf – while collecting stars in the Critter Clink Trial
Nervous: Victoria arrived at the trial area and admitted that she felt "worried, nervous, a little scared and also strangely calm, perhaps on the verge of hysteria."
The journalist continued: "I have not conducted a process of my own, I want to make a contribution, hopefully get some trials for food, I want to challenge myself, I want to see how I compare to the process."
Describing what she had to do, Ant said, “There are 11 stars hidden in the prison. Each star is protected by a castle creature. You have to collect the star from the big beast that protects the prison.
“Then you can get the keys from the principal's office. Once you have these keys, use them to open the locks in any order. Then you can get the remaining stars. & # 39;
Victoria entered the first room of the prison, where she was greeted by the guard with a wolf. "Hello my darling, hello beautiful," she said as she approached the wolf and gently pulled a star out of its collar.
Grumpy: She spoke to hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly before the grueling task
Contribution: The star said, "I didn't take an exam myself, I want to contribute, hopefully get some exams for Essen, I want to challenge myself, I want to see how I feel about the exam."
Much maneuvering: she had to go around a long list of "living things" to get each key
Stars in her eyes: During her trial, journalist Victoria fought for a total of 11 stars
This authorized her to enter the director's office, where she would find a bunch of keys. She methodically walked around different doors until she found the director's office, a cage with pigeons in it.
She rummaged in jackets to find a set of keys and then saw them attached to a wire. She slowly maneuvered them around the wire, which meant that she could proceed and move on to the next stage of the process.
Each key was numbered, which corresponded to a number on different doors, trap doors, and barrels. She went to the first barrel, unlocked it, and unscrewed a star that was protected by millipedes.
Beautiful: When she came across a guard holding a wolf, Victoria said, "Hello my darling, hello beautiful" as she approached the wolf and gently pulled a star from its collar
Count: At the end of her assignment, Victoria counted her stars and learned that she had collected nine
Mother of two Victoria spotted toads when she unlocked the second barrel and unscrewed another star. Then she unlocked a trap door to climb into a chamber and find another star, this time guarded by frilly lizards. She unscrewed the star and put it in her pocket.
The next trap door revealed a cage for Victoria to crawl into. It contained a Burmese python. Again she brought the star back.
There was still a barrel that Victoria could unlock, but she decided to go to another room that contained three cages, all of which were full of giblets.
She walked slowly and methodically through the innards but couldn't find a star, so she unlocked another trapdoor and got in to find out that the chamber contained snakes. She carefully unscrewed the star.
Emotional: "Your heart hurts!" Meanwhile, Giovanna burst into tears when she missed a present from home
Heartbroken: The blogger, 35, admitted her heart aches because she, AJ Pritchard and Jordan North were the only roommates who didn't hear from loved ones
Challenges: The episode started with Giovanna letting her celebrity co-stars know that they could win treats from home, as well as a hearty meal for the evening
The star unlocked another door that covered a chamber with scorpions. She crawled in and unscrewed a star.
And then she went back to the barrels, opened the lid of one, and dipped her hand into the water that contained eels – and a star.
The next room contacted a crow and it fetched another star before returning to the innards as time ran out.
When Victoria got a nine-star total, she said, “I would have liked to have gotten 11 or 10, so do 9. I'll be a little proud of myself. & # 39;
Impressive: EastEnders' Jessica Plummer, BBC Radio 1 star Jordan and tenor Russell Watson have been selected to take on The Keys and The Dragon. The group scored all 10 keys
Tricky: Giovanna joined former Strictly Professional AJ, soap star Shane, and Corries Beverley for The Lion and The Serpent, where they stood in front of an air hockey table
Task: Host Vernon Kay, actress Ruthie, runner Mo Farah, and Victoria were next as they maneuvered pairs of keys along a raised wobble board
Unfortunately, if the stars found a reward in their boxes, they had to name who would also receive theirs, while an empty box meant that the key was lost but the author was not selected
Meanwhile, Giovanna burst into tears when she missed a present from home. The blogger, 35, got emotional and admitted her heart ached when she, AJ Pritchard, and Jordan North were the only roommates who didn't hear from their loved ones after facing three challenges together.
The camp manager, who shares sons Buzz (six), Buddy (four) and Max (two) with husband Tom, said on the telegraph: “How nice would it be to hear just one sentence from Tom and the boys?
"Your heart aches and then you get attached to something … it's a sentence and I'll pretend every sentence someone gets is from the kids and I'll adopt them like they're mine."
The episode started with Giovanna letting her celebrity co-stars know that they could win treats from home, as well as a hearty meal for the evening.
Unfortunately: The podcast star was comforted by Victoria, who had received a gift
Closing: The group stood together to hear from loved ones before delving into dinner
The stars were challenged to win keys to open boxes – only some of the items contained home access to dinner and treats.
EastEnders' Jessica Plummer, BBC Radio 1 star Jordan, and tenor Russell were selected to compete against The Keys and The Dragon in which they were all given 10 keys to broadcast Water in containers in a boat with oars and a leaky bucket.
Giovanna joined former Strictly Professional AJ, soap star Shane, and Corries Beverley Callard for The Lion and The Serpent, where they stood in front of an air hockey table.
The pucks on the large shield contained keys, and the group had to use a different set of simple tools to pound them into a hole.
So cute: Radio star Vernon (46) remembered his family when he received a letter from Mrs. Tess Daly (51) and her daughters Phoebe (16) and Amber (11)
Gifts from Home: Vernon was very interested in Shane & # 39; s package from his family when he was sent chocolate by his beloved wife, Christie Goddard
"It looked easier than I thought," joked comedian Shane, 56, before Beverley (63) added, "50% success, 50% failure" as they could only retrieve five keys out of ten.
Host Vernon Kay, actress Ruthie, runner Mo Farah, and journalist Victoria were next to work in pairs to maneuver keys along a raised wobble board.
Mo, 37, and Ruthie teamed up to collect two keys, while TV stars Vernon, 46 and Victoria won five keys.
The roommates took keys from the bucket to open a box, one star corresponding to a meal. If the stars found a reward in their boxes, they had to name who would also receive theirs, while an empty box meant that the key was lost. AJ provided goodies for Mo and then Jessica, while Russell nominated one for Ruthie.
TV icon Beverley noted that the trial was "really, really bittersweet," while Vernon admitted that it was difficult to watch Giovanna's reaction.
Sniffing: The former ITV star also held another package under AJ's nose so he could enjoy the gift after failing to open his own gift
The media personality said, "As the process went on and the boxes got fewer and the goodies from home became fewer, she realized there was an opportunity not to receive messages from loved ones and then it really was true."
Vernon remembered his family when he received a sweet letter from Mrs. Tess Daly, 51, and her daughters Phoebe, 16, and Amber, 11.
Victoria read the touching note stating that the radio star's relatives were very proud of him and brought some giant chocolate buttons with them.
You said in the heartwarming message, "Remember, you said you just wanted to make your girls proud. Well we watch every night and we are so proud!"
"Thanks for that and the chocolate buttons, it means so much," the earlier model said in the Telegraph as he narrowly avoided crying.
The father of two seemed very pleased with his letter and gift as the warehouse shared all of their tokens together. He then Read a note for Mo from his family.
The athlete who received jelly candy appeared in high spirits as he listened to the kind words of his relatives, which read:Although we're used to your not home, something changes about your walking around in circles. We are all looking forward to seeing you again soon. & # 39;
Result! Former Neon Jungle singer Jessica seemed very pleased with her note and chocolate from her parents
Thespian Shane was sent chocolate by his beloved wife, Christie Goddard, who said, "I love you so much and I am so proud of you".
The actor had to read a note for Ruthie from her daughters who gave her cheese and onion chips and said, “We love you so much and you are always our inspiration for all of our lives. We are the happiest daughters in the world. & # 39;
Beverley also received a message and cookies from her husband Jon McEwan, who plans to surprise her with a secret renewal ceremony after leaving the show.
Musician Russell received mini-cheddars from his wife, Louise Harris, which revealed she had his album "on loop" during his stay, while ex-Neon Jungle star Jessica and hostess Victoria sent chocolates from their respective families.
I'm a celebrity … get me out of here! continues on Monday at 9 p.m. on ITV.
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