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Jack has since apologised for the offensive tweets, which he posted some years back.
In a statement published on social media, he described himself as "young, naive and stupid".
It's something I don't think they'd ever allow."Probably the most surprising addition to the line-up this series was Boris Johnson's dad Stanley.
The 77-year-old former Conservative MEP was surprisingly charismatic in the jungle and viewers couldn't get enough of his unlikely friendship with Toff. The singer made no secret of how terrified she was of pretty much every Bushtucker Trial, and now she gets to ditch her uncomfortable hammock in camp for a luxury bed in the five-star Versace Hotel.
The series was a huge huge success and was the most-watched programme on ITV this year.
The launch episode, which marked the reunion of Ant Mc Partlin and Declan Donnelly following the former's recent stint in rehab, secured an audience share of 46% with a peak of 11.2 million viewers tuning in.
However, the woman that owned the snake has since spoken out to insist all isn't what it seems in the snap and has confirmed that Amir's phobia is real. The star said: "I'm a little shocked with what's happened.
On Friday Paddy Power installed Khan as favourite to leave the jungle with odds of 5/1 to be eliminated by the public vote.
However, Jennie said she was looking forward to going back to see her family, especially her son Albert, who she revealed she had never been away from for so long.
Amir was one of the most famous campers – and apparently received the biggest pay cheque for taking part – but he got the series off to a slightly rocky start.
Despite being one of the least known celebs to enter camp, Shappi got the series off to a great start.
In the launch episode, she impressed the nation by facing her fear of heights by doing a sky dive, which saw her popularity rocket.
The boxer fell out of favour with many viewers after he quit a Bushtucker Trial, meaning the rest of the group would be living on rations.