I’m a Celebrity: The final three talk fame in the jungle hot tub and David Haye leaves the jungle

After nearly three weeks of slumming it in the jungle, Ashley Roberts, Charlie Brooks and David Haye were finally treated to a night of luxury.

The celebs got a taste of the former lifestyle. Copyright [Rex]

The final three stripped down to their best swimwear and enjoyed an evening under the stars in a hot tub.

Well it certainly beats eating grubs.

And in true celeb style, the three's main topic of conversation was- you guessed it- themselves.

As the three sipped on champagne in the hot tub they chatted about the highs and lows of being in the spotlight.

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Former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts recalled the moment when she realised she had made it saying: "When the group just starting exploding it kind of went from zero to 100 in a matter of seconds, like a rocket ship.  I didn't really have time even think about it.

"I remember walking out of my hotel to grab a coffee in the morning and there were fans that were sleeping outside."

Charlie and Ashley talked the highs and lows of fame. Copyright [Rex]

Eastenders actress Charlie Brooks told Ashley and David that the worst part of her job is when people confuse her with her character, super bitch Janine.

She explained: "The downside is people thinking I'm like my character. Just assuming you are like her, shouting horrible things all the time.

"It was more when I was young. Things like, 'Janine, you slag'."

Last night also saw boxer David Haye finish in third place leaving Charlie and Ashley to battle it out for first place and title 'Queen of the Jungle'.

David was happy with whoever won the show. Copyright [Rex]

Talking to Ant and Dec about the finalists, David had nothing but kind words to say about them describing Ashley as 'genuine' and 'a real go getter' and Charlie as 'super positive'.

When asked who he wanted to win the show, David couldn't decide saying: "I want them both to win, I want it to be even.

"They are both winners in my book."

The 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here' final airs tonight on ITV1 at 9.30pm.