Chris Moyles and Sue Cleaver showed off their slim frames and posed for a stunning picture during Sunday’s I’m A Celebrity final.
The Coronation Street star, 59, took to Instagram to share a friendly shot with DJ, 48, after living on rice and beans and rationed meat for weeks.
Chris recently revealed he lost a stone-and-a-half during his three-week stint in the jungle, having previously dropped a jaw-dropping five stone.
Feeling good: I’m a Celebrity’s Chris Moyles and Sue Cleaver show off their slimmed-down frames as they pose during Sunday’s final
Sue, a type 2 diabetic, has lost three stones in the past, going from a size 16 to a size 12.
In its caption, Sue jokingly wrote, ‘Two balls Sue and one star Chris. [heart emojis]’ about his failed tests during the series.
It came after Chris revealed that during his three weeks in the Australian wilderness I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!
The radio presenter revealed in an interview on her Radio X breakfast show on Friday that it was ‘the lowest she has been since school’.
very nice! Chris recently revealed he lost a stone-and-a-half during his three-week stint in the jungle, previously a jaw-dropping five stone (pictured in 2006, left)
Chris previously hit the headlines when he lost six stone over five years by changing his unhealthy lifestyle.
Talking about her new figure, she said: ‘Initially you get your weight right and then when you come out the first thing you do is make sure you haven’t lost the plot. So yes I did lose weight – I’ve lost a stone and a half.
‘I don’t know if you can see if I take my T-shirt off, but look it’s flat all the way down to my breasts. This is my lowest weight since school!’
Jill Scott beat politician Matt Hancock, 44, and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, to win the ITV show’s grand finale on Sunday night.
Incredible: Sue, type 2 diabetic, has lost three stones in the past, going from a size 16 to a size 12 (pictured, left, in 2006)
The 35-year-old former lioness was left speechless after being crowned Queen of the Jungle, beating Owen to the position as runner-up.
After congratulating the former midfielder on her victory, Mike Tindall had the honor of placing a floral crown on Jill’s head as she sat triumphantly on a wooden throne before embracing his fiancée on the bridge.
Following her coronation, polled by 12 million viewers, an emotional Jill, who broke down in tears, said: ‘I can’t believe it. I can’t believe it. I think I’m going to pay my grandma a lot of money for 12 million votes! I don’t think there should be one winner, we are all winners.
Ahead of their fairytale moment, Jill said she was happy to be sitting with her best friend Owen, the pair having connected during their time on the show.
Shocked: Jill roared in victory on Sunday night as the former lioness was crowned queen of the jungle
She said: ‘If Owen were to win the king of the jungle or if I were to win the queen of the jungle, there’s nobody I’d be sitting here with, so today’s going to be a great day.’
The lioness said that being part of a team her entire career has prepared her well for jungle life.
‘I always say that’s why kids need to go into sport, it’s not at the highest level or anything like that. It’s what you learn through sports, you win, you lose, you work hard at being a good person and you don’t know how you’re going to react to rats and heights, but all that while playing for incredible teams. People have prepared me well for the jungle. he explained.
She tried to stay on her best behavior in the woods knowing her family at home would be watching, she said: ‘I was trying to downplay it at first because I was like Jill, you live on ITV Your grandmother is watching, your nephew, your niece but then as it went on you forgot you were on a TV show.’
She was the only woman to stay in the camp for eight days, but says she saw no need to hold back the likes of Matt Hancock and Mike Tindall.
Jill told Ant and Dec: ‘I never thought about it that way, I didn’t. They were very welcoming. Obviously I’m a bit of a tomboy who plays football. They weren’t like ‘Oh, you sit down, and I’ll get the logs’, I still had to get the water, clean the logs, Danny. No, I never felt that I never did.
Her fiancee Shelly was met at the Red Bridge by the unit, who embraced the champion with a big hug after the engaged couple dated for over a month.
the winner! The sports star, 35, beat politician Matt Hancock, 44, and Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, in Sunday evening’s grand final after surviving 23 days in the Australian camp.