I’m A Celebrity: John Barrowman returns to jungle after being hospitalised

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Malique's exit wasn't totally straight-forward, however, with "I'm a Celeb" chiefs again being hit by fix claims after Malique was apparently spotted with his backpack on, and some even suggested a mobile phone, just minutes before he was voted off by the public.

I'm A Celebrity bosses have confirmed John Barrowman is back in the jungle after spraining his ankle in camp.

Viewers also noticed Noel (69) was the only one with his bag on his knee before his departure on Friday, and many took to Twitter to discuss the coincidence and claim the show was fixed as a outcome.

"He's fine, he's resting up, but unfortunately, we have had to exclude him from tonight's vote until we know whether he is able to return to camp". We'll have the full story on what happened to John a little bit later in the show.

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John was taken to hospital for an X-ray, where his ankle was strapped up.

Malique Thompson-Dwyer become the last to go in Sunday night's show.

In a message played to his campmates, Barrowman said: "I am lying here sipping champagne in a hospital with six male strippers".

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As he left last night (Sunday), the soap star hugged his fellow contestants and said: "I can't wait to eat". But please get some rest this evening.

Malique appeared to be ready to go before it was announced.

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