It looks like Caitlyn Jenner is the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here fan favourite after last night’s show.
Caitlyn was the last person to be declared safe before it was announced that former Eastenders actor Cliff Parisi was leaving.
The #ImACeleb is always a good way to catch up after an episode and it gives a very good indication of what viewers are thinking too.
It seems the general consensus is people see Caitlyn as a frontrunner and believe she has a real chance of taking home the crown this year.
Although Caitlyn wasn’t at risk of leaving the show, people weren’t happy that they were left wondering about the outcome until the bitter end.
Can’t believe Caitlyn Jenner was in the bottom two, this is messed up voting here public. Get James out, even get Ian out. #ImACeleb
— carys (@muddled_world) December 2, 2019
— Matthew O’Connell (@omatty26) December 2, 2019
— Adam Khan (@AdamKhan100) December 2, 2019
— Greg Sykes ? (@gg_sykes) December 2, 2019
Other fans pointed out that there’s no such thing as the “bottom two” and that instead, the last two contestants left before the name is announced include the person with the lowest vote and another campmate, who is chosen at random.
I dnt think there is a bottom two it's the lowest vote plus a random so people can't guess , previous years you could say every night who was going based on bottom two now ya can't . No way has Caitlyn recieved second lowest .
— Gemma? (@GemHa25549761) December 3, 2019
Although Ant and Dec usually tend to point out that the campmates have been announced at random, not in order of votes, that didn’t stop people worrying that Caitlyn could have left last night.
There was no need to panic and after last night, it’s obvious that there’s a lot of love for Caitlyn Jenner and she’s likely to go far, we definitely see her making the final.
This isn’t the first time that people have questioned the voting system. Ahead of Adele Robert’s departure as the first person to leave, there was a problem with counting votes from the app and so they had to be discounted, leaving people at home disgruntled, to say the very least.