WINNERS & LOSERS
SCARLETT MOFFATT: She was only famous for watching other stars on TV before entering the jungle in 2016. But after winning the show, Scarlett, 28 – said to be worth £1m – landed hosting roles on Streetmate and Saturday Night Takeaway.
STACEY SOLOMON: After failing to win The X Factor in 2009, Stacey, 29, who is said to have a net worth of £700k, won I’m A Celeb! a year later. She became the face of Iceland, has her own range for Primark and is a regular Loose Women panellist.
VICKY PATTISON: Her fiery temper and drunken rows made her a firm fixture on Geordie Shore, but after being crowned Queen Of The Jungle in 2015, Vicky, 31, relaunched herself as a Loose Women presenter and is thought to be worth £1.5m.
HELEN FLANAGAN: The Corrie star, 28, infuriated her campmates by refusing to take part in challenges. Former Extra Camp host Laura Whitmore later said of her, “Ant and Dec have lost patience with her and I think most of the crew hate her.”
NATALIE APPLETON: The All Saints star, 45, struggled with the creepy crawlies and harsh environment in the jungle. One trial proved so tough that she called out for “Mummy” and had to get oxygen from Medic Bob. She eventually walked out.
GILLIAN MCKEITH: The TV nutritionist’s popularity dwindled after the show, with her endless complaining angering viewers. Gillian, 59, later admitted, “It was like a horror movie that never ended. The whole thing was an embarrassment.”