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Jordan Banjo calls camp 'a home away from home' as he exits I'm a Celebrity

I'm a Celebrity: Jordan Banjo
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Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo became the fourth star to leave I'm a Celebrity, saying he hoped Wayne Bridge won the series

Dancer Jordan Banjo described his experience on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! as 'overwhelming' as he became the fourth celebrity to leave the show.

The 23-year-old was eliminated from the ITV programme after a public vote following the departures of Ola Jordan, Lisa Snowdon and DJ Danny Baker.

Jordan – who is a member of dance troupe Diversity – was greeted by his younger sister after crossing the rope bridge.

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He told presenters Ant and Dec: “Having a camp like we did was such a blessing.

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a camp like it. A home away from home. Every day I’m with a team.”

“The whole experience was so overwhelming. It’s just something I never thought I’d have the chance to do.”

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Jordan threw his support behind ex-England footballer Wayne Bridge to win as his former camp mates were shown in tears on a screen behind him.

Earlier Jordan had been seen working with actor Larry Lamb to win all nine stars in a Bushtucker Trial.

Following his elimination from the show he described 69-year-old Larry as 'like a dad'.