Who won I'm A Celebrity 2022? The winner revealed as the campmates leave the jungle

The Jungle King or Queen revealed!

Owen Warner, Matt Hancock and Jill Scott on I'm A Celebrity 2022
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Another contestant has been crowned winner of I’m A Celebrity 2022 - we reveal who is the new King or Queen of the jungle.

After three weeks of watching the I'm a Celebrity 2022 contestants (opens in new tab) in their new jungle habitat - this year's cohort - including Lioness Jill Scott (opens in new tab), Loose Women's Charlene White (opens in new tab) and musician Boy George (opens in new tab) - brought the campsite drama and bushtucker action.

But while we've kept you up to date with who is the favourite to win I'm a Celebrity 2022 (opens in new tab), we're now delighted to inform you who won I'm A Celebrity 2022 following a gripping final. We've shared all you need to know below.

Who won I’m A Celebrity 2022?

Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle when she won I'm A Celebrity 2022 after she was voted for by viewers to win the prestigious title, after the show received 12 million votes.

Upon winning, Jill, told show hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, "I can't believe it."

Speaking about her campmates, she added, "These guys were absolutely incredible, we were one big team. I don't think there should be one winner, we are all winners of I'm A Celebrity."

Speaking about her time in the jungle which comes after she celebrated victory with teammates in the Women's EUROS 2022 final, Jill said, "There's been so many elements, like working together as a team and winning challenges and that feeling of getting to know incredible people like Owen."

She added, "I have never been one of the best footballers so I had to offer something, so I was always trying to keep team morale [up] and I think in that first trial, I was so scared of heights but seeing that one of my campmates needed me to get there to release them, it was a mindset of you've got to go and help. That was definitely a sports mindset."

Jill's team shared on Instagram, "It’s coming home, it’s coming, the jungle crown is coming home 🎶 To everyone who voted, thank you for making this happen 🗳️🥹❤️
Now time for that flat white ☕️😅 #imaceleb"

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Meanwhile, Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner was revealed as the celebrity runner up, with the fewest votes out of the two, during Sunday night's show (27th November) - despite impressing viewers when he ate some gruesome dishes in his final challenge - including fermented duck egg, a wichetty grub, a camel's testicle and eyeball and a bull's penis.

"I am so gassed for Jill. No one deserves it more than Jill," he said. 

Owen revealed that he's learnt a lot from his jungle experience.

"When you're at a really low point in life, you learn what you're made of and in there I was really struggling," he explained. "There were a lot of big characters and I'm only 23. 

"I feel like I'm very much at the beginning of my journey, people have had a crazy journey and done so much stuff. I was comparing myself and I thought I can't compare myself. Realising that has helped me to mature and be comfortable with myself."

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Matt Hancock came third in the Jungle. He told Ant and Dec, "I just wanted to show what I'm like as a person. Lots of people come to me with preconceived ideas for obvious reasons and I just wanted to be myself, but I also strongly believe that for politicians as a whole. We don't come across as human enough and this is perhaps the most extreme way of showing who you are."

"People think they know me but actually, they don't," he added.  

Matt was greeted by his girlfriend Gina Coladangelo as he left the Jungle and he gave thanks to viewers who voted.

"Massive thank you to everyone who voted for me🙏"

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Who has left the Jungle?

All celebrities have now left the Jungle in 2022, and here is the order they left:

Which contestants remain in I'm A Celeb?

No contestants remain in I'm A Celeb. The last two celebrities to leave camp were Owen and Jill. They joined Ant and Dec for a final interview before they announced that Jill Scott had won the public vote to be crowned Queen of the Jungle. 

Which celebritries have been voted out first in I'm a Celebrity?

In last year's series, choreographer and former Strictly Come Dancing (opens in new tab) judge Arlene Phillips was the first to be voted out of the 2021 camp. Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley also left (opens in new tab) early, quitting the show due to medical reasons.

We share the list of celebrities who were the first to go in the previous series:

  • Series 1: Uri Geller
  • Series 2: Siân Lloyd
  • Series 3: Mike Read
  • Series 4: Nancy Sorrell
  • Series 5: Tommy Cannon
  • Series 6: Toby Anstis
  • Series 7: Marc Bannerman
  • Series 8: Robert Kilroy-Silk
  • Series 9: Lucy Benjamin
  • Series 10: Sheryl Gascoigne
  • Series 11: Stefanie Powers
  • Series 12: Nadine Dorries
  • Series 13: Annabel Giles
  • Series 14: Jimmy Bullard
  • Series 15: Susannah Constantine
  • Series 16: Danny Baker
  • Series 17: Shappi Khorsandi
  • Series 18: Noel Edmonds
  • Series 19: Adele Roberts
  • Series 20: Hollie Arnold
  • Series 21: Arlene Phillips
  • Series 22: Charlene White

You can re-watch I'm A Celebrity on the ITV hub including the final (opens in new tab).

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Selina Maycock
Senior Entertainment Writer

Selina is a Senior Entertainment Writer with more than 14 years of experience in newspapers and magazines. She currently looks after all things Entertainment for Goodto.com, Woman&Home, and My Imperfect Life. Before joining Future Publishing, Selina graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2006 with a degree in Journalism. She is fully NCTJ and NCE qualified and has 100wpm shorthand. When she's not interviewing celebrities you can find her exploring new countryside walking routes, catching up with friends over good food, or making memories.