I"m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here 2012: Limahl is the second to be evicted from the jungle


His Never Ending Story in the jungle is over: Limahl is the second to be evicted from I'm A Celebrity

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22:43 GMT, 22 November 2012

Limahl is the second person to be evicted from I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

The singer was up against Hugo Taylor as Ant and Dec told the campmates who would be evicted.

He joked about his eviction: 'It was a surprise. Where was the gay vote'

Emotional: Lihaml felt he cut off the group and wanted to be included more

Limahl is the second person to be evicted from I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!

Limahl looked to be in fine spirits during the post-eviction interview.

He also revealed that he loved Rosemary, and excused her for her sometime bark tone.

The singer also revealed that Eric was a “blunt instrument', but conceded that he liked the darts superstar.

Relaxed: Viewers had seem him emotional at the start of Thursday's show, but he was in a calm mood during his post-eviction chat with Ant and Dec

Relaxed: Viewers had seem him emotional at the start of Thursday's show, but he was in a calm mood during his post-eviction chat with Ant and Dec

Relaxed: Viewers had seem him emotional at the start of Thursday's show, but he was in a calm mood during his post-eviction chat with Ant and Dec

Relaxed: Viewers had seem him emotional at the start of Thursday's show,
but he was in a calm mood during his post-eviction chat with Ant and
Dec

The thumbs up: The singer and Hugo were in the last two, but the 80s star didn't seem to care about his eviction

The thumbs up: The singer and Hugo were in the last two, but the 80s star didn't seem to care about his eviction

Nervous: Hugo seem to pray for survival as the pair faced off against each other

Nervous: Hugo seem to pray for survival as the pair faced off against each other

Hug it out: The Never Ending Story singer gave his campmates one last hug

Hug it out: The Never Ending Story singer gave his campmates one last hug

However, he was in an emotional mood earlier.

There were some tears on the camp at the start of Thursday's episode, with Limahl feeling isolated from the group.

He broke down in tears, but was comforted by a caring Helen Flanagan.

Breaking down: Limahl was emotional the day before after revealing he felt isolated from the group

Breaking down: Limahl was emotional the day before after revealing he felt isolated from the group

Emotional: Lihaml felt he cut off the group and wanted to be included more

Emotional: Lihaml felt he cut off the group and wanted to be included more

Limahl said in the Bush Telegraph, 'I’m a bit upset this morning, no-one’s talking to me. I feel a bit isolated. I’m happy person. What happens is you start doubting yourself. Your self-confidence goes down. You think there’s something wrong with me, I don’t fit in. The thought of going through ten days, being here and not having any friends its quite tough.'

Helen told her campmates about the 80s pop singer's troubles, but they seemed less concerned than her

Hugo remarked: 'He’s a man in his fifties he should have enough life experience to learn how to fit in. We’re not a threatening unwelcoming group.'

They eventually rallied around him, and Lihmahl said afterwards: 'They’ve apologised and everything feels better.'

Help is at hand: Luckily Helen was there to comfort the singer

Help is at hand: Luckily Helen was there to comfort the singer

In better spirits: The singer looked happier as he left the camp, guzzling champagne

In better spirits: The singer looked happier as he left the camp, guzzling champagne

A warm reception: Limahl was greeted by his partner after leaving the camp

A warm reception: Limahl was greeted by his partner after leaving the camp

The Bush Tucker Trial was called Terror Train, and the celebrities had to decide who would board the latest task.

Fearless Pussycat Doll Ashley decided to to give it a go, saying: 'I know there are a few people like Helen
who have been in many Trials. Charlie didn’t want to go up today and I
just felt like it was time for me step up to the plate.'

She also added that she wanted to win a Thanksgiving meal for my UK family.'

Ashley had to explore the train, grabbing stars through the different compartment.

Unsurprisingly there were lots of jungle critters joining her on the fun.

She had to tackle pythons, a lizard, rats and there was a further obstacle.

She also had to wade through lots of slime as she retrieved a star.

However, she came out victorious – winning eight out of a possible ten stars.

She won eight out of a possible ten stars.

Ashley's joy threatened to be short lived after she came back to the camp covered in slime.

She was desperate to clean herself up and looked livid after discovering Helen had taken her towel.

Helen remarked: 'I nicked Ashley’s towel, but I didn’t mean to. I would never do it on purpose. I think she was quite p**sed about it.'

Ashley asked her to clean her towel, and Helen initially struggled with the task.

Boxer David Haye commented: 'We asked her if she’d ever
cleaned a towel in her house and she laughed hysterically. She said ‘no
I send it to the dry cleaners’. Who sends a towel to the dry cleaners
to be washed'

Linda added: 'I just assumed that everyone coming in
here would have washed their undies or washed a towel before in their
life. But no, Helen hadn’t but she has now.'

The Terror Train wasn't the only task on Thursday's episode.

For the latest Dingo Dollar challenge, Eric Bristow and Hugo Taylor bonded over music.

They had to listen to songs on a vinyl and had to find some numbers across the lyrics.

Eric seemed to be relishing the task, as did Hugo.

The Made In Chelsea star said: 'I love being out with Eric, he makes everything so funny so I couldn’t be with anyone better.'

The unlikely pair looked to have a great time listening to the music, with the pair bickering out the different generations of tunes.

They won the task, and returned to the camp with ice lollies for everyone.

Not only did Ashley get to take part in the Terror Train trial.

They were told that only one of them were allowed to make a phone call home, and they each took part in a general knowledge quiz to increase the length of the call.

They then had to decide amongst themselves who would make the call – with them deciding that Ashley should make it as her parents weren't in Australia, nor could they watch it on TV.

As it was also Thanksgiving Day, she was chosen to make the phone home.

She spoke to her mother, and the delighted singer said afterwards: 'That was good to hear a voice and they
can’t see what I’m doing in here and my family will be so proud of me so
it was good to hear her. I think they are going to be so proud. I
think they are going to be.

Despite having fun with Hugo, Eric continued to be a grump for the main part – continuing his bickering with chef Rosemary.

He jibed her about her weight, saying: 'i found a machine down the gym that I like, you’d like it as well Rosemary, it’s a vending machine.'

She finally decided to confront Eric about his comments, asking him if he had a problem with her.

He said: 'No I don’t have a problem with you at all. If I had a problem, I’d let you know. You try and take over everything.'

However, she thought she resolved their differences, saying: 'For me today I’ve actually sorted something out with Eric tonight which was really important.'

Eric later added: 'I think me and Rosemary clash a bit. I’ve got nothing against her. I keep taking the mickey out of her and whatever else.'

He later added 'She just shouts. I don’t listen to her anyway.'

The camp enjoyed a Jungle Thanksgiving dinner, which comprised of mutton bird, spatchcock, lychees and cherries – which they washed down with a beer.'