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ITV I'm A Celebrity stars sadly no longer with us as new campmates enter the jungle

ITV's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! has been a staple of our telly schedules since 2002, with famous faces braving everything from skydives to munching on bugs in locations as diverse as the Aussie jungle, South Africa's Krueger Park and even rainy Gwrych Castle in Wales.This year, Jamie Lynn Spears, Sam Thompson, Josie Gibson, Fred Sirieix, Nella Rose, Nigel Farage, Grace Dent, Marvin Humes, Danielle Harold and Nick Pickard were all dropped into camp on Sunday, 19 November. As a new group of celebrities enter camp and the 23rd series gets underway, OK! remember some of the jungle favourites who are no long with us.

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Strictly's Ellie Taylor reacts as she's mistaken for Dot Cotton in candid makeup-free pic
Strictly transformations, but has now has taken to Instagram with a candid pre-makeup selfie.The star unveiled her natural complexion after getting up very early, in full view of her 198,000 followers. The Ted Lasso star looked downcast and fatigued as she rested her head against her hand while heading to the ITV studios.In the caption, she wrote: “On Lorraine at 945am.“Hoping the makeup team can do something with this.”It wasn’t long before a fan replied to the story with a jibe at her appearance, comparing her to an iconic EastEnders character.The Instagram user said: “Thought that was Dot Cotton for a minute.”Another user then messaged the comedian, making a quip about Strictly's Halloween Week.The comment read: “Have you had your witch makeup done early?”Taking the remarks in good humour, Ellie wrote back playfully in response: “Thanks as always, for being wonderfully supportive.”The television personality is partnered with Johannes Radebe on this year’s Strictly.Last week, they performed the Tango to the Casualty theme tune and scored an impressive 30 out of a possible 40.However, body language expert Darren Stanton has explained why he thinks Ellie could be the next contestant to leave the show.Amongst her comments from the judges last Saturday, Motsi Mabuse complimented: "I think the opening was so good, you stayed in character."What I see every single week is improvement, this is a marathon and you guys are slowly getting there and I just love your development."A little bit more action, a little bit more understanding but I loved it."Shirley Ballas added: "We are looking for small improvements, and can I say that your left arm, where you connected to him, was absolutely brilliant?“So that was a nice