Aggro Santos booted off I'm A Celeb
Aggro Santos has become the latest star to be evicted from the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! jungle. The 22-year-old rapper said his time in the camp had helped him "mature" and he denied there was a rift between the older and younger celebrities. He said: "I don't feel there was a divide, I felt really fortunate to be around everyone being older than me. I felt I could learn a lot from everyone. "It has helped me to mature as a person. It's partly to do with everyone being older and wiser." The singer, who won 15 stars from a number of challenges, was in the final two for eviction along with model Kayla Collins. He said: "I thought it would all be much harder but when you're here it's still scary, it still gets to you but you're under pressure to do things for your camp," he said. Aggro revealed he wanted Stacey Solomon or Shaun Ryder to win the series. Earlier in the show, Stacey found herself sitting in a giant pie after drawing the short straw as the camp decided who would face the next bushtucker trial. The pie moved along a conveyor belt and Stacey was drenched in offal, worms, cockroaches and vegetables as it moved through different checkpoints. At each stage she had to find the stars hidden among the slimy ingredients. In the final section, the former X Factor finalist had to use her mouth to catch the stars hanging above the line but missed the first and used her hand to get the second, causing it to be disallowed. She said: "I just couldn't get the stars in my mouth. I know you were thinking: 'She's got a big enough mouth why couldn't she get it in?'." Click here to watch whatsontv.co.uk's weekly soaps video preview, the Soap Scoop (opens in new tab)
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