Kezia Dugdale has been voted off "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!".
The Scottish MP - who was a late entrant onto the show along with Iain Lee - became the second celebrity to leave camp on Sunday (03.12.17) evening's show after receiving the lowest number of public votes.
But the 36-year-old politician wasn't upset about being out of the show so early.
She said: "I feel right as rain. Relieved. I would be happy to stay but also happy to go."
Kez explained she had gone on the show to prove not all politicians are "male and stale".
She said: "It was important for me to come and talk about the things I believe in.
"And also take on the myth that all politicians look like Stanley [Johnson], old, white, male and stale."
Though she enjoyed being on the show, Kez admitted the "boredom" of camp life did get to her at times.
She said: "I'd like to think I didn't overstep the mark too often... the boredom in there is the killer."
The MP backed boxer Amir Khan to be named King of the Jungle this year, though she'd like to see one of the other female contestants pip him to it.
Asked by hosts Ant and Dec who she thinks will win, she said: "I think the final three will be Amir, Becky [Vardy] and Toff. I think Amir's going to win but I'd like one of the girls to."
Comic Shappi Korsandi was the first evictee of the series, leaving camp two days ago, but Jack Maynard left the show a week before then following allegations over past conduct which came to light.