Miguel, Rhonda and Dale... Australia, Here's Your Final Three
With the grand finale of ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ Season 6 days away, we took a look at the final three celebs battling it out for the crown of King or Queen of the jungle.
It’s been an amazing journey for our 14 celebrities over the last few weeks, but now just Dale Thomas, Rhonda Burchmore and Miguel Maestre are left in a very empty camp.
Battling hunger, surviving tucker trials and the occasional gossip guru, our celebs have been through a lot during their ‘I’m A Celeb’ experience.
Dale ‘Daisy’ Thomas
Number of trials: 6Number of magic tricks he definitely nailed: 2 and a half
Entering the camp with Billy Brownless, the AFL Legend quickly became a camp favourite, opening up to the other celebs with honesty and treating everyone with a footy field of kindness.
The proud dad spoke about struggling with mental health, his career highs and lows, and even faced his snake phobia literally face-on when he had to shove his head in a box full of snakes.
Daisy also became the sorcerer’s apprentice, learning magic tricks from Cosentino so he could bring them home to daughter Matilda.
Conquering the Dreadmill, tackling House Gruels with Billy, beating Oh My Gob, surviving the shocks of the Electric Circus and surfing the Big Wave to victory, Daisy was a trials beast bringing home the stars every time.
Supporting Camp Quality Off The Menu, Dale’s time in the jungle has been in support of the organisation that helps raise funds in support of kids impacted by cancer.
Number of trials: 8Number of times her body was overtaken by a demonic spirit: 6
The undeniable queen of the tucker trials, Rhonda is hoping to add a second crown to her collection: queen of the jungle.
Rhonda’s time in the jungle has been an outstanding lesson in what makes a leading lady. From owning the stage in the camp to the shows she put on with her campmates, Rhonda was entertaining from day one.
But it was during the tucker trials where the real Rhonda would really shine. With roars, screams and noises that could only be described as otherworldly, Rhonda introduced us to the Butchmore and Belchmore alter-egos that helped her conquer her eating trials.
Spending her time in the jungle in support of NeuRA and in tribute of her sister, Rhonda pushed herself out of her comfort zone day after day, and did it all with a smile on her face.
Number of trials: 8Number of times he shouted at Chris Brown: countless.
The first celebrity announced this season, the ‘Living Room’ co-host and celebrity chef became an instant jungle favourite with his warm spirit and beaming smile. Several of the celebs that have left the camp so far have even pointed out that Miguel actually smiles in his sleep.
Miguel bungee jumped out of a helicopter, he faced the Dreadmill, conquered Elephant Snot and the Big Wave and absolutely smashed the Balancing Act.
Skilled in the kitchen, Miguel also won the campmates over with his cooking -- tackling any strange meats or eggs thrown their way and cooking it with the highest expertise. But it was the night where he gathered the campmates together to show them how to cook Paella a la Maestre that really brought our dysfunctional celebrity family together.
Dedicating his time in camp for R U OK? Miguel opened up to his campmates time and time again, but more than that, he made sure to listen when his campmates opened up to him.
Three incredibly deserving celebs, three even more deserving charities. Who will take out the top prize?