I'm A Celebrity highlights: chocolate cake, a sad goodbye and the cyclone challenge

It’s hard to believe there is only one more episode of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! left.

Sam Quek has missed out on a spot in the final three as she became the ninth star to be voted off.

So that means Joel Dommett, Scarlett Moffatt and Adam Thomas will be battling it out on Sunday night for a spot in the final.

Sam’s departure was a sad moment: 

The Cyclone Challenge was the BEST MOMENT EVER. 

Everyone was buzzing about it: 

The campmates were treated to chocolate cake – and Scarlett’s reaction when she said: “Chocolate and cake, my two favourite thigns”, got everyone talking. 

Joel also bemoaned his lot in the love department, revealing his odd working hours mean he struggles to keep a relationship going.

We’re sure given his jungle popularity he will have many offers for romance on the table.

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