Inbetweeners star Emily Atack, 28, who finished in second place in Sunday night’s final, almost looked like a different person after styling her hair and putting on some make-up for the bash at the luxurious Palazzo Versace hotel in the city of Gold Coast, Australia.
Actress Emily posed for a picture as she held a glass of bubbly in her hand and looked happy to be back to civilisation now this year’s series of the ITV reality show is over.
She wore a red dress and appeared relaxed as smiled while her long blonde hair rested on her shoulders.
Sharing a picture of herself on Instagram, Emily wrote, referring to the amount of followers she now has: “HELLO EVERYONE. Christ there’s a few more of you since I went camping with the Jungle 11.
“What do I even say. I smell like fire, I have never, ever EVER felt happier, I am beyond thankful for every single one of you legends who backed me. Thank you. Cockroaches stink!” Harry [Redknapp], my king.
“I’m off to get off with a candle at the wrap party. I love you and I’m so grateful.”
Former X Factor runner-up Fleur East, 31, also looked glam in a figure-hugging yellow dress as she posed with her fellow former campmate, Hollyoaks hunk Malique Thompson-Dwyer, 20.
The singer, who finished in fourth place and was given the boot by the public just ahead of the final on Saturday night, told on ITV2 spin-off show I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp after the final on Sunday how her bath water turned black and cockroaches still came out hair after the show despite frequent visits to the jungle shower.
And show host Holly Willoughby, 37, who stood in for usual co-presenter Ant McPartlin this year after he took time out to address personal issues with alcohol and prescription medication, continued the jungle theme with some hair slides for the party.
In her hair, she clipped the words “Jungle is MASSIVE” and smiled as she posed for a picture as she held a post-series celebratory glass of wine in her hand.
Harry Redknapp was crowned king of the jungle last night after winning the nation's hearts with his antics in the jungle and on Sunday evening he was voted 2018 champion.
The footie manager, 71, left the jungle to rapturous applause from those in the studio and declared his love for wife Sandra, admitting he can't wait to jump in the sack with his beloved partner.
After a tense few minutes, hosts Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly, 43, revealed Harry as this year's jungle king – much to the surprise of the man himself.
Still reeling from the shock, Harry was finally given the chance to see his wife, who gave him a huge hug and a kiss.
When asked how he coped without Sandra in the jungle he said: "It was very difficult, it was very difficult."
However, he soon confessed that he can't wait to romp with his wife, declaring: "She's got a bit of grinding coming… Where is she? I'm ready for her!"
Harry got to pose with hosts Holly Willoughby and Declan Donnelly
Harry got down to the final two with Emily Atack, 28, after John Barrowman, 51, was voted into third place.
The actress looked thrilled for Harry and gave him a huge hug as he was crowned king of the jungle.
During the post-show chat, Harry admitted he was totally under-prepared for the hardships of the show having never watched it before he went in, admitting he was seriously disappointed not to have had a secret food truck on site.
Harry, 71, was the bookies’ favourite to win the show this year after stealing the hearts of the nation with his lovable personality, stories about his wife Sandra and his entertaining tales.
Fans showed their support for Harry last night by getting in his favourite pudding – jam roly poly – to scoff during the episode in his honour.
They flocked to Twitter to share pictures of their pudding and many insisted they hoped Harry got a dish as soon as he's out.
It came after a difficult show for Harry, who completed his final Bushtucker Trial by facing his fear of rats and bugs as they scuttled all over him while he lay in a 'grave'.
He was covered in the critters and he complained that one even went in his ear, while Emily got covered in creepy crawlies which bit her nipples.
John was also left with a bad taste in his mouth after having to wolf down bull penis and sheep eyes in an unsavoury Bushertuck Trial.
After surviving her final trial and getting down to second place, Emily burst into tears in her post-jungle interview as she credited the show with making her a stronger person and learning to accept herself.
Harry was seen leaning in an putting an arm around her to comfort her as she wiped away the tears.
After the show finished, Harry headed over to Extra camp where Holly and Dec toasted his victory with glasses of Champagne.
There were also a few laughs as Harry's son Jamie Redknapp phoned in to congratulate his dad, and Emily – who admitted to have a huge crush on the former footballer – chimed in.
Harry was the second highest paid star to ever appear on the programme with his fee of £500,000 after fellow series celeb Noel Edmonds, who was paid £600,000 for his appearance.
But Harry has been predicted to make millions off the back of the show.
This year's show has been a huge success as it brought in the highest ratings in five years, smashing the 12 million mark for the first time since 2013.
It marked the debut of presenter Holly Willoughby, 37, who has been standing in for Ant McPartlin, 43, while he takes some time out of the spotlight to focus on his personal problems.
Holly easily won over viewers and fans have loved the hilarious banter between her and co-host Declan Donnelly during the run.
She even took on one of the challenges as she joined the Extra Camp version of Celebrity Cyclone earlier in the week.
The This Morning star was seen screaming as she battled a water cannon, wind machines and bouncing balls to help the team to victory.
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