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I'm A Celebrity 2020: Billy Brownless Next To Farewell The Jungle

AFL Legend Billy Brownless is the next celebrity to bid his campmates farewell.

After more than two weeks of camp life, Billy was the next celeb out of the jungle, following comedians Dilruk Jayasinha and Nikki Osborne.

Brownless and fellow footy player Dale ‘Daisy’ Thomas entered the camp together after facing off against a grueling trial which saw them digging through a house full of creepy crawlies (and exploding dog houses).

But his greatest trial would be surviving the master/minion in-camp challenge where he was paired with minion Tanya Hennessy who delivered one of the greatest but also definitely not authentic Reiki healing sessions we’ve ever seen.

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'Kick In The Guts': Billy Brownless Opens Up About Marriage Breakdown On 'I'm A Celebrity'

In Thursday's episode of 'I'm A Celebrity... Get me Out Of Here!' retired AFL star Billy Brownless opened up about his highly-publicised split with ex-wife Nicky in 2015.

Billy also had to bravely face an eating trial so heinous and hilarious we weren’t sure if we were gagging due to the blended anus or the accompanying dance moves.

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‘I’d Sit In The Car In Tears’: Dale Thomas And Billy Brownless Reveal The Worst Moments Of Their Careers

During the premiere episode of Tanya Hennessy’s podcast, footy players Dale ‘Daisy’ Thomas and Billy Brownless opened up about the worst moments in their careers.

Getting through the aptly named Spewdio 54 with Rhonda and Ryan Gallagher, Billy kept his chosen charity close to his mind.

Competing in camp for Beyond Blue, Billy told the other celebs about how the death of his friend Dany Frawley had inspired him to help break-down the stigma of mental illness, depression and anxiety.

“It’s about the awareness of if you are feeling down or not right, talk to your good mate and tell them how [you] really feel,” he told the other campmates.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs Sunday to Thursday at 7.30 on 10 and 10 Play.