Who won I'm A Celebrity 2022? | The Sun
I'M A Celebrity 2022 brought plenty of drama to our TV screens, but there could only be one winner.
The result was announced by presenters Ant and Dec and viewers' were thrilled with the result.
Who won I'm A Celebrity 2022?
WINNER: Jill Scott
On November 27, 2022, Former England footballer Jill Scott won I'm a Celebrity 2022.
The star won over the public as soon as she entered the jungle with her humour and her immense bravery during her Bushtucker trials.
She became a household name after England won the UEFA Women's Euro in 2022.
The trophy topped off a fantastic career for one of the Lionesses most notable stars – and she's gone and added another crown to her collection.
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In her victory interview, Jill admitted: "When I first stepped into the jungle and looked around at all of the celebrities, no way am I getting anywhere near that final.
"To be part of the final three with Owen and Matt… God, it just means the world, it really does."
Who else was in the I'm A Celebrity 2022 final?
SECOND PLACE: Owen Warner
Owen quickly become a favourite to take the crown after winning over the public as well as his campmates.
The young TV star is best known for his role in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks.
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Three years later, he appeared in another short film as Raver in 20th Century Tribe.
Since joining the Hollyoaks cast in 2018, he has made guest appearances on I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp and Eating With My Ex.
The 23-year-old has an estimated net worth of around £500,000.
However, this figure is expected to increase following his time down under.
THIRD PLACE: Matt Hancock
Matt Hancock ruffled some feathers ever since his arrival in the jungle.
Hancock entered the field of politics in 2005 as the chief of staff to George Osborne, the shadow chancellor at the time.
Hancock then rose through the ranks of the Conservative Party to become Health Secretary in July 2018.
Some celebs weren’t too happy to see the former Health Secretary taking part in the show due to being a serving MP.
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He was heavily questioned by some of the campmates about how he handled the coronavirus pandemic and why he wanted to go onto the show.
In the end, the former Health Secretary can hold his head high after finishing third place.
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