I'm A Celebrity: MP Nadine Dorries Is First Contestant To Leave Jungle
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here lost its first contestant to the public vote last night. Conservative MP Nadine Dorries got the least number of telephone votes and was asked to leave the competition. She follows comedian Brian Conley who left of his own accord this week, due to illness.
Nadine said she expected to be first to leave, and admitted that she wasn't disappointed as she was "starving".
The MP caused controversy when she entered the jungle, for abandoning her constituency. She was suspended by the Conservative party until her exit.
Talking to Lorraine on Daybreak this morning, she said that she'd been getting back to work overnight and understood that her suspension was merely a "precaution".
She said: "Its been life-changing. I've learned something about myself.
"I went in there very self-important and I didn't think I was like that coming from a council estate.
"But all MPs are like that. I've found myself now and made friends for life."
She also praised Helen Flanagan, saying that she is "very intelligent" and predicts she'll making it to the final. Who are you supporting? Let us know, by tweeting @Lookmagazine. RM
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