EIGHTIES pop singer Tiffany has eaten her final jungle meal.

The 46-year-old was tonight the first contestant voted off reality show I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!

But she wasn't the first celebrity out of the series after both Anthony Mundine and Bernard Tomic spectacularly quit the show early on.

"It is so hard in there," Tiffany said after being voted off the show. "It is harder than I thought. I was rocked to my core."

80s pop singer Tiffany has been voted off on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! Picture: Channel Ten
80s pop singer Tiffany has been voted off on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! Picture: Channel Ten

To her campmates, that include Kerry Armstrong, Fiona O'Loughlin and Peter Rowsthorn, she said: "I'm going to see you guys again. We have got lots of plans on the outside."

Tiffany lasted two weeks in the jungle out of a possible six week stint, competing to raise awareness and cash for her chosen charity, Red Kite.

Tiffany after being voted off I'm a Celebrity. Picture: Channel Ten
Tiffany after being voted off I'm a Celebrity. Picture: Channel Ten

She picked reality star and psychic Jackie Gillies to win the series.

Prior to going on the show, Tiffany apologised for how she might look without the comforts of normal life.

"These (fake eyelashes) are going to come off, my hair gets bigger and bigger, I am going to look like these bushes," the singer told News Corp.

"I am going to have to take a fabulous album cover shoot to redeem myself. Eating anything, bring it, I can eat it. It will be disgusting, I might barf, sorry. That is probably one of my strengths. I am glad I am married because that is not like a hot thing to say, 'hey I am the lady who will eat worms, wanna go out on a date?' I don't know if that is an attribute at this point in my life but I think that is one of my strengths in this challenge."

* The journalist is in South Africa covering I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! as a guest of Channel Ten. The show airs Sunday to Thursday nights at 7.30pm.



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