I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! on 10
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Recap | I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! on 10 (14 April)

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! on 10 – Frankie Has Had Enough And Michelle Packs Her Stuff. Frankie Muniz And Michelle Bridges Leave I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz haswalked out of the South African jungle on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! The international actor, open-wheel racing driver and drummer can stomach alpaca skin and strawberries no more and is ready for a home cooked meal with his family.

Thrill seeker Frankie had no problem facing trials head on when he arrived at the Jungle Express Train, Knock and Roll, H2H Tip Top and Hole In 1 Mouthful. When he wasn’t facing his fears, Frankie had campmates enthralled when he spoke about his life as a child actor, Hollywood and his pivot into car racing. He had stories aplenty about his A-list life, from how he juggled school and acting commitments, the celebrities he worked with, the casting origin story of Malcolm in the Middle, navigating sex scenes as an actor and his family structure breakdown when his career took off.

Frankie entered the jungle to shine light on a charity close to his heart, Dementia Australia. Frankie lost his grandmother to the disease and wanted to take the opportunity to spread awareness about the good work that the organisation does.

Frankie wasn’t the only one to pack their bags tonight, with viewers deciding it was Michelle Bridges’ time to leave the jungle.  

From leading the camp workout sessions to getting inked up like a human printing press, Michelle Bridges brought a whole new meaning to the term “fit for TV” during her stint on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

When it came to challenges, the fitness guru was unsurprisingly game for anything. Whether she was being dropped down the side of a cliff (safely harnessed of course), catching coins in paint-filled balls during Extreme Bingo or rolling around in blue paint to create inkblot messages during Stamp Duty, she tackled each trial with a mix of determination and humour.

From sharing insights about her dating life to explaining menopause to Callum Hole, Michelle didn’t hold back when it came to opening up about her personal experiences. Her authenticity and vulnerability endeared her to both her campmates and viewers alike.

Michelle’s biggest victory in the jungle was the opportunity to raise awareness for her chosen charity, Women’s Community Shelters. This important charity takes women and children in to provide safety and assist in creating a new life.

As Michelle took her final walk over the treehouse bridge, she left behind a trail of laughter, sweat, and maybe even a few ink stains.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! on 10 And 10 Play. – continues Monday at 7.30pm

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