When does I’m a Celebrity 2014 finish? – Jungle End Date

When does I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here finish in 2014?

The end date and time for series 14 of I’m a Celeb has now been confirmed as Sunday 7 December 2014, at 9:00pm on ITV. Each series traditionally lasts for around three weeks, with this years IACGMOOH having got underway on Sunday 16 November.

‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Coming Out’ will then air at 8:00pm on Wednesday the 10th of December, following the stars as they adjust back to their more accustomed lives of luxury.

Some of the contestants hoping to take this years title are US reality TV star Kendra Wilkinson, actor Craig Charles, retired footballer Jimmy  Bullard, newsreader Michael Buerk, TOWIE star Gemma Collins, multiple World Superbike champion Carl Fogarty, singer and model Nadia Forde, rapper Tinchy Stryder, ‘Allo ‘Allo! actress Vicki Michelle and model/TV host Melanie Sykes.

Late arrivals to the jungle this series included 2014 X Factor finalist Jake Quickenden and former Member of Parliament Edwina Currie. These two additions to camp followed Gemma Collins deciding she wasn’t up to the challenge after just three days, while Craig Charles was unfortunately forced to fly home after tragically losing his brother.

For those few celebs who manage to go the full distance, the finish line will soon be in sight and not a day too soon. After three long weeks in the Australian jungle, the final episode will see hosts Ant and Dec crown this years King or Queen of the Jungle.

The lucky winner will join such illustrious names as Kerry Katona, Joe Swash, Tony Blackburn, Phil Tufnell, Christopher Biggins, Stacey Solomon and Kian Egan to name but a few.

So whoever finds themself taking home this years title may well bag a temporary profile boost and what it’s all about, an appearance in the next Iceland TV ad.

Whatever the result though, the remaining contestants will no doubt be glad to finally pack-up and fly home, leaving the jungle and their dignity far behind.

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