Ian Wright is fifth I’m A Celeb star to be voted off and admits he needs to work on his ‘anger issues’ – The Sun

IAN Wright has become the fifth star to be voted off I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.

The 56-year-old football pundit went up against Caitlyn Jenner but Ant and Dec announced Ian had the lowest amount of votes from the public.

"I feel it's time, it's becoming more and more difficult to focus on being positive," he told Ant and Dec.

He added: "I can't express enough how incredible the people are that I was in there with."

Ant and Dec asked Ian about his anger issues in camp and showed a montage of him punching walls, getting emotional and telling off his camp mates.

"I lose it too quickly, it's something that I'm working on," he reasoned.

"I'd have been worse than that if I suppressed my feelings."

And viewers praised Ian for taking responsibility for his behaviour in the jungle.

Ian said that he wants Jacqueline Jossa to win as the final seven campmates battle it out.

He was greeted by his wife Nancy as he walked over the bridge and the pair hugged each other tightly.

"I can't be without her for that long again," he told Adam Thomas on Extra Camp.

Last night, James Haskell was voted off.

The rugby player went up against Ian Wright tonight but Ant and Dec announced it was James who had received the lowest amount of votes from the public.

As he arrived to speak to the hosts, James admitted he was a bit tearful to leave his new pals.

The 34-year-old said: "I got quite emotional, I thought there's no way I'm going to well up here but I did."

Explaining why he went on the show despite having seen very little of it, James said he had friends who had said it was an experience of a lifetime, and added after years of playing sports: "I wanted to reset myself."

He continued: "I've learnt a lot about myself and realised I enjoyed helping other people."

 

James' departure came a day after Cliff Parisi left the camp.

Adele Roberts was the first celebrity to be voted off the ITV show on Friday, followed by Andrew Maxwell on Sunday.

Their will be an elimination every day until Sunday's grand finale.

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