Dylan Lewis WINS I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

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Dylan Lewis WINS I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! to earn the title of king the jungle and $100,00 for charity – after the hosts struggled to read the winning name and had to go to break


Dylan Lewis walked away a winner after Sunday’s finale episode of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia. 

As well as the title of king of the jungle, he earned $100,000 for his chosen charity, Lifeline. 

It came down to the final two – country singer Brooke McClymont, 40, and Dylan, 48. 

When all was said and done, the beloved television host was voted in by the public to take the crown.  

There was a hitch first, after hosts Chris Brown and Julia Morris struggled to read the winning name. 

The envelope was a tiny, gold novelty item that was comically pulled from the bottom of a stuffed wombat. 

Julia and Chris asked to go to a commercial break, after complaining the writing on the slip inside the envelope was too small to read.  

He tried! Walking away in third spot was footballer Nathan Buckley (pictured) who said he learned a lot from the show

He tried! Walking away in third spot was footballer Nathan Buckley (pictured) who said he learned a lot from the show

'There were some hard moments, no doubt, and I think - it's designed to test us, you are trying to strip us bare,' he said

‘There were some hard moments, no doubt, and I think – it’s designed to test us, you are trying to strip us bare,’ he said 

Final three: Brooke, Nathan and Dylan were the last three celebrities in the running

Final three: Brooke, Nathan and Dylan were the last three celebrities in the running 

Walking away in third spot was footballer Nathan Buckley, 49, who said he learned a lot from the show.   

‘There were some hard moments, no doubt, and I think – it’s designed to test us, you are trying to strip us bare so you can see the most purest version of ourselves, I suppose, and you definitely saw that,’ he said after being eliminated in third place. 

‘I’ve learnt that vulnerability doesn’t mean you are weak. That is an amazing statement and I think we’ve all been there a little bit,’ he added. 

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