JILL Scott received nearly 60 per cent of the final I'm A Celebrity vote tally, as results have revealed.
ITV have released the final voting figures after 12 million votes were cast and the former Lioness was crowned Queen of the jungle.
Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner came in second place whilst former Health Secretary Matt Hancock came in third as Jill earned her seat on the wooden throne.
But the margins have now been revealed by the broadcaster and whilst pundits eagerly discussed Matt Hancock's tenure in the jungle, it was another story in the public vote.
Jill was the clear front runner as the campmates were whittled down to three after former Rugby Union star Mike Tindall departed the camp in fourth place.
Over 12 million votes were cast in the final as revealed by Ant and Dec in last night's live finale, where the footballer received 47.29 per cent of the initial vote.
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Owen warner received 30.99 per cent of the vote whilst Matt Hancock was eliminated after receiving 21.72 per cent of the vote.
In terms of margins, Matt was around nine per cent behind Owen andover 25 per cent behind Jill Scott.
When it came to the final two, Jill was the clear favourite receiving over 57 per cent of the final vote.
Although Owen got a significant number of votes from the viewers, he was a long way behind the Lioness with 42.34 per cent.
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This is another storming victory for the star, just months after helping England win the Euros.
Matt came in third place and was met by his partner Gina, while Owen was placed second.
Speaking to hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly after receiving the news, Jill said: "I just can't believe it. Honestly, I think I'm going to owe my grandma a lot of money for the 12 million votes she's done.
"We were one big team, I don't think there should be one winner, we couldn't have got through it without all of us."
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Jill hung up her boots in the summer after lifting the Euros with England Women and now runs a coffee shop with her fiancée Shelly, who was there to meet her tonight.
During her time in camp, Jill gained fans for her calm, unassuming and witty presence – like when ex-Health Secretary Matt Hancock said there would be a Covid inquiry, and Jill quipped: “Tucker trials practise for your big trial?”
Jill picked up a decent payday for her three weeks in the jungle; in the region of £120,000.
She is thought to now have her sights set on becoming a TV regular — following in the footsteps of former Lioness Alex Scott, who fronts up the Beeb’s Football Focus.
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