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Andrew Maxwell has been voted off ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!’.
The comedian – who has endured a turbulent few days in the Australian jungle – has become the second ‘I’m A Celebrity’ star to be eliminated from this year’s show.
Andrew – who has already been reunited with his wife – told the hosts, Ant and Dec: "It’s been an absolute pleasure. Thank you."
Andrew also claimed that "relentless banter" helped him to remain positive during the most testing times in the jungle.
The comedian has been involved in some heated moments with campmates Ian Wright and James Haskell, with some viewers accusing the former sports stars of acting like bullies.
But Andrew has heaped praise on the ‘Match of the Day’ pundit.
He said: "I love the man … everyone is hugely into their families in there but I think both of us feel it at the same level and got on the same rhythm.
"But there was never even a moment of personal animosity. There was huge amounts of affection. Absolutely again it’s learning to live with other people."
Meanwhile, Andrew even claimed he wants James to win the show.
The comedian – whose on-screen rows have been one of the main talking points from this year’s series – shared: "He’s a natural leader. Jim is relentlessness, keeping people’s spirits up with banter or he’s supporting people."

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