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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have revealed a surprising truth about the I'm a Celebrity vote. TV's toughest entertainment challenge has entered its final week as we will soon find out who is this year's King or Queen of the jungle. Charlene White, Scarlette Douglas and Sue Cleaver have so far been voted out of the show. Hosts Ant and Dec enter the camp to announce who will be the next celebrity to be eliminated. The presenters go through each campmate to confirm if they have been saved by the public vote before whittling it down to a final two. READ MORE: Coronation Street's Tina O'Brien 'in love' with soap co-star Georgia Toffolo appeared on yesterday's edition of This Morning and was confused that Babatunde Aleshe and Scarlette were in the "bottom two". She said: "That doesn't make sense." However, Holly Willoughby stepped in to correct the former Queen of the Jungle as she asked: "Is it definitely the bottom two?" Phillip Schofield clarified that the two final names are not the two who finished bottom of the public vote. He said: "We know that's not necessarily true.
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Holly and Phil explained how the bottom two is decided on I'm A Celebrity (Image: ITV) Holly hosted I'm a Celebrity in 2018, but confessed she couldn't remember for certain. Phil shot back: "You've hosted the show. You've got a terrible memory for stuff like this. I am pretty sure it is not the bottom two" Holly said: "I don't think it can be that." Georgia went on to explain her theory that the person in the bottom two prompts a surge in votes. She said: "One thing is for sure when someone is in the bottom two and they end up staying is they're never in the bottom two the next night because I think it gives people a little bit of a shock so then they start voting for them." Receive newsletters with the biggest and breaking TV and showbiz news by signing up here We tried mince pies from Marks and Spencer, Aldi, Morrisons and there was a clear winner Good Morning Britain hosts forced to say goodbye quickly as show taken off air Loose Women's Coleen Nolan 'heartbroken' after Emmerdale son's career update Strictly Come Dancing viewers plead no as they spot Ellie's remark at end of routine Octopus Energy, British Gas, E.On and OVO Energy to pay customers up to £100 to reduce their electricity use
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