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 January 30

by Carolina

After weeks in the jungle (aka the Aussie bush) competing in a host of tricky challenges, the final six celebrities will battle it out tonight to be crowned king or queen of the jungle.

The I’m A Celebrity Grand Finale will be aired live with viewers given the opportunity to vote for who they think is deserving of the title, with the winner taking away $100,000 for their chosen charity.

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Six celebrities remain ahead of the I’m A Celebrity grand finale. Photo: Channel 10

This year, the show was filmed in advance for the second time due to the pandemic with contestants eliminated based on their performance, not by viewers votes.

However, the winner will be chosen by viewer votes in a live finale, so that fans can get involved. Poh Ling Yeow was the last celebrity to be ejected from the show leaving plenty of viewers devastated.

Now only six celebrities remain – Dylan Lewis, Brooke McClymont, Emily Seebohm, Nathan Buckley, Joey Essex or David Subritzky. Who will win?

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Viewers have the chance to vote for their favourite. Photo: Channel 10

Dylan Lewis

You may know Dylan from the iconic 90s music show Recovery, or his stellar radio work over the years, or for being an extra in Star Wars, scene 11, Dex’s Diner.

Not long after the show began betting agencies already had a clear favourite in Dylan. Sportsbet had Dylan as the standout sitting at $2.50 at the beginning of the month.

If you watched any reality shows last year, you’ll know they are rarely wrong!

The 48-year-old actually won Celebrity Big Brother back in 2002 so he’ll be hoping those fans vote for him once again.

Emily Seebohm

Four time Olympian, Emily has won an incredible 56 medals on the world stage, making her one of Australia’s most celebrated swimmers. 29 years old now, she debuted for the Australian team at the age of 14.

The swimming champion opened up on the show about her struggles with easting disorders and her past relationship with former swimming partner and boyfriend Mitch Larkin.

The couple broke up in 2018, with Emily claiming that she “worked out he was cheating”.

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Emily Seebohm is one of the final six. Photo: Channel 10

Brooke McClymont

Brooke is one-third of Australian country music trio, The McClymonts with her two sisters Samantha and Mollie. But after never watching the show, Brooke decided to take the plunge and enter the jungle anyway.

“SURPRISE 🥳, I’m heading into the Jungle,” she told her fans via Instagram. “Arghhh the biggest secret I’ve ever had to keep!!!

“I’ve never watched or seen the show so wish me luck, I’m absolutely bloody petrified.” But nothing prepared her for an article written about her time on the show.

“O.M.G 😂😂 well I never thought the first article I would read about myself this morning would be thanks to my farting 😆 too funny,” she wrote.

Nathan Buckley

Spanning a 280 game-playing career, Nathan, 49, is one of AFL’s most decorated players. He then spent a decade as the respected coach of Collingwood.

With time on his hands, he decided to spend some time in the ‘jungle’. Though at first it looked like his time could come to an end relatively quickly, after he suddenly collapsed on set, sending his fellow campmates into a panic. Thankfully, Nathan made a quick recovery and returned to the camp to much fanfare shortly thereafter.

The ‘father figure’ of the show was also a firm favourite to win according to betting agency Sportsbet.

Photo: Channel 10

Photo: Channel 10

Joey Essex

The much-lauded international reality TV Star certainly had a lot of reality TV experience before heading onto the show. British TV personality Joey Essex started on The Only Way Is Essex back in 2011 and has made a career for himself in the medium ever since.

While he came in late on the show, he did have an advantage over his campmates, he finished fourth in the British version of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! in 2013.

The David

Originally being listed as a show designer and super influencer with 3.9 million, in a major plot twist, David turned out to just be “just a regular guy from the Goldie”.

Back in January 2021, former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield won season seven of I’m a Celebrity Get Me… Out of Here after defeating Grant Denyer and winning $100,000 for her charity.

I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! Grand Finale will air on Sunday, January 30 at 7.30pm on Channel 10 and 10play.

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