How to vote for the I’m a Celebrity winner? Final voting options for ITV series via phone, app and text

Have you been wanting to vote for a celeb to take on one of the infamous jungle trials?

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I’m a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here is almost coming to an end with a new king or queen of the jungle set to be crowned in just a few hours.

Former health secretary Matt Hancock has made it to the final three alongside women’s Euro 2022 winner Jill Scott and actor Owen Warner. The final takes place on Sunday (27 November).

Mike Tindall and Seann Walsh were the last two contestant to leave I’m a Celebrity, just missing out on making the final. Walsh told hosts of the ITV show Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly that the former health secretary is a “lovely guy” and “he’s still in there for a reason”.

With the semi-final and finale taking place this weekend, I’m a Celeb fans will have plenty of reasons to vote. But how can you back your favourite contestant to win?

How can you vote in I’m a Celebrity?

If you are wanting to send one celebrity or another off to face the latest bushtucker trial, you might be wondering how you can vote? You actually have quite a few options.

ITV’s website explains the options as follows:

Phone (PRTS)

“Dial the premium rate ‘09’ numbers of your chosen celebrity/celebrities as stated in the Programme and follow instructions. You will hear a short message thanking you for your vote. Each phone vote costs 50 pence plus your network access charge.”

Mobile short dial codes (MSDC)

“UK mobile users dial the 7-digit number which is the MSDC for the chosen celebrity/celebrities as displayed in the Programme and listen to the recorded message which confirms the MSDC vote. Each vote via a UK mobile to a MSDC costs 50 pence.

“MSDC voting is only available from a mobile phone. It is not possible to vote by calling the MSDCs from a landline or via any other method.”

Ant & Dec oversaw Matt Hancock as he took on his first I’m a Celeb trial (Image: ITV)Ant & Dec oversaw Matt Hancock as he took on his first I’m a Celeb trial (Image: ITV)
Ant & Dec oversaw Matt Hancock as he took on his first I’m a Celeb trial (Image: ITV)

Mobile app

“Users of Apple mobile devices with iOS for iPhones, iPod Touch, iPads or iPad minis and users of mobile devices with Android may download the latest version of the official I’m a Celebrity app from the relevant app store (App store or the Google Play store).

“Users will be redirected to (the “website”) and should follow the instructions to cast their vote for each voting event. Users will be required to register on the website before being able to vote.

“Download of the App is free although data charges from the user’s network operator may apply as well as internet service provider’s fees when users access the internet. Each voting window will open and close as indicated in the Programme, in the App and/or in any other ITV programme(s) as applicable.”

15p from each paid vote will go to the ITV’s Britain Get Talking charity partners and will be split between registered charities as follows: Campaign Against Living Miserably, MIND (The National Association for Mental Health) and YoungMinds Trust (30% each) and Scottish Association for Mental Health (10%). If there are technical or other issues with the votes, the Promoter reserves the right to discount the votes (as applicable) and announce the result of the vote without including those affected votes.

When was the first eviction?

The first celebrity will be evicted and voted off I’m a Celebrity was on Wednesday 16 November. Seven contestants have already left.

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