I’m a Celebrity … end of this series

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I have been an avid fan of the Jungle and feel that the series that ended on Friday was the best one yet. I am so pleased that Gino won, he has been a fantstic contestant on the show.

I m A Celebrity Gino is king of the jungle | News | What's On TV.co.uk

The 34-year-old Italian beat TV presenter Kim Woodburn into second place. Snooker ace Jimmy White finished third. D’Acampo – who had been the bookies’ favourite to win – cheered as his name was announced before being overcome with …

Kim surprised many making it through to the final and sweeping up second place but she was really entertaining and very gutsy when it came to those bushtucker trials she really gave them her all.

I'm A Celeb's Kim Woodburn eats kangeroo anus and testicle | TV …

Katie Price can’t stomach much but Kim swallows the lot down.</p

The great news of the win for Gino was dampened by complaints of his killing and cooking a rat whilst taking part in the show.

Gino and Stuart face charges over rat death | News | What's On TV …

I’m A Celebrity… winner Gino D’Acampo and fellow camper Stuart Manning are facing animal cruelty charges after cooking and eating a rat in the jungle. The BBC News website reports that the RSPCA in New South Wales, Australia, said it was “not acceptable” that a rat had been … They decided to take action after being told what had happened. Oshannessy added that inquiries were “very much ongoing” and he could not rule out the charity taking further action against ITV. …

Pet-Abuse.Com – Animal Abuse Case Details: Rat killed and eaten on …

Celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo, who won the I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here TV contest, and soap star Stuart Manning were arrested and charged after cooking a rat and serving it with rice as a meal for fellow contestants. … The ITV network, which broadcasts the program in Britain, could also face charges. RSPCA NSW chief inspector David O’Shannessy said it was unacceptable for the rat to have been killed for a TV show. … References. News.Com.Au – Dec 7, 2009 …

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