Chris Moyles is thinner than ever as he reveals massive weight loss in the jungle and is warned not to booze | The Sun

CHRIS Moyles has revealed his astonishing weight loss after three week in the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

The presenter spoke live on his Radio X show today after being booted out of the series last night.

Chris was patched through on a live video stream from the swish five-star JW Marriott hotel in Surfers Paradise, on Australia’s Gold Coast.

The 48-year-old wore a white top and a denim jacket and at one point stood up to show off his slimmer frame.

His co-host Toby Tarrant was desperate to know how much weight Chris had actually lost.

Chris replied:"It’s the lowest weight I’ve been since schooI.


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"I got weighed right at the beginning of isolation and then literally the first thing you do when you get out is see the medical officer and they check if you’re alright.

"So yeah I did and I lost weight. I’ve lost a stone and a half.

"The medical officer told me, 'Your body is adapting, I know you want to go boozing but I wouldn’t recommend it because you’ll have the worst hangover of your life.'"

No shortage of hungry contestants have lost a ton of weight in the jungle.

But Chris had kept up a strict lifestyle and diet for years, having previously shed five stone.

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He was able to go from 18st to a much healthier 12 after leaving his Radio One breakfast show.

From a strict juice diet to gruelling workouts with an ex-pro boxer's trainer and ditching bread, Chris dedicated more than eight years to his new look – and it's paid off.

The Radio X presenter was motivated to shed the pounds after admitting he feared he'd die if he kept up his unhealthy lifestyle.

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"I'm getting older. If I don't keep fit I will be dead by the time I am 50," he said before entering the jungle.

Following his exit Jill Scott, Owen Warner, Seann Walsh and Mike Tindall are now one step closer to Sunday night's final.

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