And then there were three - Nazeem Hussain outed

Nazeem Hussain before his I’m A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! elimination.
Nazeem Hussain before his I’m A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! elimination. Nigel Wright

COMEDIAN Nazeem Hussain has been eliminated from the South African jungle, revealing an I'm A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! top three of Casey Donovan, Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Dane Swan.

"What else can I souvenir?" Hussain said after being told of his elimination, leaving the camp and grabbing some keepsakes as he went. "I love you guys, you guys will kill it."

Hussain, 31, was consistently one of the most popular campmates, regarded as the peacekeeper when tensions rose on the Channel Ten reality show.

He lasted a full six weeks in the jungle living off basic food rations and competing on various tucker trials with the hope of winning $100,000 for his chosen charity, InTouch.

"I didn't think I'd be here for very long," he said. "I'm not super known. I feel like I'm definitely punching above my weight. I am super privileged and feel very blessed to be here. Now the finish line is so close, I really want to stay here until the end."

Meanwhile, of making it to the grand final, Donovan said: "This has definitely been an amazing ride and to be here with Nat, Dane and Naz is beyond my wildest dreams."

Bassingthwaighte added: "It has been an experience that I will really cherish and there were times there that I wasn't sure I would be able to say that. Now that we are nearly at the end it has been one of the most extraordinary things that I've done."

If Swan wins, it'll make three for three seasons of a sportsman winning the reality show, following Freddie Flintoff series one and Brendan Fevola last year.

The 2017 winner will be announced tomorrow night from 7.30pm on Ten.

* The journalist is in South Africa as a guest of Channel Ten.

Topics:  channel 10 i'm a celebrity get me out of here television

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