The camp mates had no idea that two celebs would be leaving the jungle - and were shocked to lose two huge personalities from camp.
#Caitlyn broke down in tears as she reflected on the challenge of being in the jungle at the age of 70.
And she admitted that it was harder this time around after Bruce did the show back in 2003.
"I came here to kind of test myself, because I did the show 16 years ago. I knew it wasn't going to be easy. The first night I didn't think I'd make it to the next night," she admitted. "I can't believe I made it all the way to three weeks."
The reality star went on to say that she missed her family "terribly" but joked that being in the jungle is harder than having Christmas with them.
"I have so many things going on at home and last time I was in the jungle for 14 days and this was a week longer. I remember thinking, 'how am I ever going to do this'?"
However, she then added: "I missed them terribly. It gets very complicated around Christmas time, but I've got the rest of the month off."
She then told Ant and Dec that she was happy to be out of the jungle, because "it was quite an experience to go through".
Meanwhile, Nadine admitted she felt the jungle was like a "big family" this year.
"I have a big family that's full of massive personalities so it was like being with them," she told Ant and Dec
"It was great fun to sit back and listen to their stories."
And she thinks Kate Garraway deserves to win because "she has worked harder than any other campmate".
Myles was up against Caitlyn, but Ant and Dec announced Myles had the lowest number of votes from the public.
He also opened up about his first night trauma - where he was haunted by a spider in the dunny.
The Rak-Su singer said: "The first night, in the dunny, I didn't sleep at all. I spent the night kicking the dunny hoping to get the spider out. It stayed there for about thirty minutes."
The star also revealed how he'd want the final to play out: "Roman is my brother but I'd like to see an all-women final."
On Wednesday, Ian Wright was voted off. The former footballer admitted to the presenters that he needed to work on his anger issues in camp after they showed a montage of him getting emotional, punching a wall and telling off his camp mates.
"I lose it too quickly, it's something that I'm working on," he reasoned.
He added: "I'd have been worse than that if I suppressed my feelings."
And viewers praised Ian for taking responsibility for his behavior in the jungle.
He summed up his time by saying: "I feel it's time, it's becoming more and more difficult to focus on being positive."