Winner Of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2023 Announced

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I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! grand finalists Aesha Scott, Harry Garside and Liz Ellis
Spoilers ahead: After four weeks in the South African jungle, the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! journey has come to an end for the 2023 cast.
Ultimately, it was Liz Ellis who won I'm A Celebrity's Season 9 this year, defeating Harry Garside who came in second place and Aesha Scott who finished third. In a nail-biting grand finale, the three stars waited in anticipation for the chance to win $100,000 for their nominated charity. Ellis' charity was Share The Dignity.
From touching creepy crawlies and snakes, to tasting questionable dishes and speaking about their personal feelings during campfire chats, the celebrities have come up against a lot over the last month. Each of them has their own strengths and fears, and it's these aspects, combined with their popularity (thanks to the public's vote), that determined their place in the game.
Earlier in the week we published a rundown on how the celebs were faring at the time, and who was in with the greatest chance of being named the winner of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2023. You can read that below:

Liz Ellis

Since former The Project host Peter Helliar got the boot, netball champion Liz Ellis has been the frontrunner to win I'm A Celeb. According to betting agency Sportsbet, the 50-year-old sits in the lead, with her odds in her favour at $2. Her chosen charity is Share The Dignity.
Before entering the jungle, the retired sportswoman hinted she's rushed through challenges in the past, and her task is to slow down on the show.
"I have a propensity to rush into things without fully thinking them through," she told 10Play.

Harry Garside

Prior to coming onto the show, champion boxer Harry Garside hinted that cooking and food challenges may be the most difficult for him.
"I boil chicken because I’m too scared I’ll get myself sick if I cook it any other way," he told 10 Play at the time.
However, the 25-year-old has managed to come through the other end of this season that's featured many an eating challenge, and he's still in with a good chance to win. Sportsbet currently places him as the second likely to take out the crown, with his odds sitting at $3.75. Garside's chosen charity is Reach.

Aesha Scott

Another celeb who's known that the food challenges would be difficult in the jungle from the get-go, is Aesha Scott. The Kiwi TV presenter tends to eat vegan in her regular life, but she's been open to change while in the jungle.
Scott sits in the middle when it comes to her chances of winning I'm A Celeb, as her odds sit at $4.

Woody Whitelaw

As one half of KIIS FM radio duo, 'Will and Woody', presenter Woody Whitelaw knows how to hold a conversation. But sweet-talking alone isn't going to get you through the experience on I'm A Celeb.
"My wife told me to hold my farts for at least the first few days because this may get some people offside early," Whitelaw said before appearing on the show.
He must be doing something right, because he's still in with a shot of winning. At the moment, he's placed third-last by the bookies, with his odds at $6.

Adam Cooney

Former AFL star Adam Cooney agreed to participate on the show after his wife Haylea encouraged him to say yes when he got the call. In an interview with TV Week, he revealed that "she said it would be fun for the kids and her to watch".
The 37-year-old has done his family proud as he battles it out in the jungle during the final week. However his chances of winning are rather slim as his odds are at $10.

Nathan Henry

He may be from the UK, but Nathan Henry has continued to receive votes in the jungle thanks to his legion of Geordie Shore fans in Australia. The reality star has tried to use his social game in the jungle, even teasing before he entered: "I will try and make everyone like me. If I have to flirt with people, I’ll flirt with everyone in there!"
Despite his natural charm, the chances of Henry winning are doubtful, as he tied with Adam Cooney in last place on Sportsbet with odds at $10.
The I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2023 grand finale airs on Sunday, April 30 at 7:30pm on Channel 10 and 10 Play.
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