When does I’m A Celebrity 2023 end? Date of the final

The 2023 edition has seen huge names take part in the reality TV show with the likes of This Morning’s Josie Gibson, JLS’s Marvin Humes, actress Jamie Lynn Spears and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

So far the series has seen endless drama from the I’m A Celebrity contestants, with early on in the series seeing Youtuber Nella Rose and First Dates star Fed Sirieix argue.

Elsewhere an emotional Jamie Lynn Spears opened up about her sister, Britney Spears as she became closer to her fellow campmates.

Whilst the show is still in full swing, it’s not long until the final and a king or queen of the jungle has been named in I’m A Celebrity.

What date does I’m A Celebrity end?

The official date for the final of I’m A Celebrity is scheduled for Sunday, December 10 on ITV.

In the live final, a winner will be crowned as the public at home vote for who they think is deserving of the crown.

Although a winner has not been named yet, Josie Gibson is currently a fan favourite to win alongside Fred Sirieix and Sam Thompson.

How to vote on I’m A Celebrity

ITV viewers can vote via the I’m A Celebrity app which can be downloaded via the Apple app store or the Google Play app store.

To vote, you’ll need to go to the ‘vote’ tab on the app and press the ‘vote now’ button and you’ll be taken to the ITV Vote website. Alternatively, you can open the website in a browser.

The first time you want to have your say, you’ll need to press the ‘verify mobile number’ button and enter your UK mobile number.

When you’ve done this, you will be sent a text message with a passcode which will need to be entered on the website.

When voting is open, it will appear on the app and website automatically.

Viewers will either get one or five votes per voting event – they will be told during the programme.

Some viewers may see an advert after casting their first vote and be asked to tap their screen. After this, four more votes will become available.

Voting can also be done via phone by calling the Mobile Short Dial Codes (MSDCs) that are given to each celebrity.

When voting opens, all you need to do is dial the short number that belongs to your chosen celebrity.

If your call is made when voting is open, you will be told your vote has been confirmed.

A non-chargeable message will inform you that voting is closed if you call after the vote has closed.

It’s important to note that text messages cannot be sent to the MSDCs.

Those who vote via a Mobile Short Dial Code from UK mobile networks will be charged 50p per vote with 15p of it being donated to ITV’s Britain Get Talking charity partners.

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