Scarlett Moffatt was always the most popular I'm A Celebrity contestant

Scarlett Moffatt consistently topped the public vote throughout I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!.

The Gogglebox star and new queen of the jungle scored 25% of the votes in the first elimination, which saw Danny Baker sent home after he received just 5%.

In the second eviction, which saw model Lisa Snowdon sent home, Scarlett topped the vote again with 21%.

She proved to be the most popular contestant through the whole series and by the time she was left in the final three with comedian Joel Dommett and soap star Adam Thomas, she was scoring 40% of the vote.

She won the show with 45% of the public ballots, while Joel received 38% to come second.

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