Linda Robson has become the third campmate to leave 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'
The 'Birds of a Feather' star was told she would be leaving the jungle last night (23.11.12) by hosts Ant and Dec after receiving the lowest number of public votes and coming up against boxer David Haye in the bottom two.
Discussing her time on the ITV1 show, Linda told the duo: ''I watch it every year, and you're sitting there thinking, 'I could do that, it's easy'. But then you get here and it's worse than you've ever imagined.''
She was also quizzed about darts professional Eric Bristow's harsh comments, but laughed them off, joking: ''Eric's just Eric. He's just as straight as you come. He's not going to change for anyone now. I think it's a form of tourettes.''
The grinning 54-year-old star appeared relieved her time in the Australian Outback had come to an end and was thrilled to be reunited with her daughter Lauren after walking over the bridge out of camp.
Linda insisted she has no hard feelings towards any of her co-stars and has tipped athletic David to be crowned King of the Jungle because she thinks he has won over the British public with his sense of humour.
She said: ''[I'd like] David [to win] because he's been the biggest surprise. He's changed minds, he's been funny.''
The competitive boxer was chosen by his fellow campmates to perform a sky-high challenge in last night's episode - despite being afraid of heights - and won the maximum nine stars for the group.
David said: ''Everybody believed in me so if I came back with a less than perfect score there would be a few raised eyebrows. I'm looking forward to what Rosemary is going to cook for us tonight.''