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Home3amCelebrity NewsI’m A Celebrity winnersI’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here past winners where are they now? From Tony Blackburn to Scarlett MoffattA real mix of talents have been crowned King or Queen of the jungle over the years12:05, 11 DEC 2017Updated12:20, 11 DEC 2017Joe Swash, Kerry Katona and Matt Willis have all won I’m A Celeb in the past Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailWhen it comes to a flagging TV career there is one place z list celebrities turn the Australian jungle.When it seems that music singles can no longer be sold, soap roles dry up, or sporting accomplishments have been resigned to history, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! can offer a lifeline.More recently, the show has attracted a raft of desperate fame hungry reality stars who have managed to crowbar their way onto the screen in an effort to launch their career for the first time without proving they have any real skills at all.But what of all the winners of I’m A Celeb so far? Here is what they’re all up to now.Atomic Kitten’s Kerry was the winner of series three becoming the first woman to be crowned Queen of the Jungle.Kerry has continued to be tabloid fodder since her win thanks to the soap opera scale of her life featuring romantic woes and financial problems.She rejoined Atomic Kitten in 2012 (with limited success), has appeared on Dancing On Ice and Celebrity Big Brother , and can frequently be seen on the Loose Women panel as a guest where she freely gives more details about her tragic life.Read MoreI’m A Celebrity 2017Squeaky voiced comedian Joe made it out of the jungle with the crown on his head in series 4 (the second series to air in 2004).His win injected a bit of life back into his career with an ITV special titled An Audience with Joe Pasquale airing in 2005.He has continued to crop up on television every now and again with notable turns on The Paul O’Grady Show in 2009 (where he filled in for the show host) and The Nightly Show in 2017 (where he put himself through a series of humiliating trials for comedy purposes) and is set to play Frank Spencer in a stage production of Some Mothers Do Ave Em and helm his own stand up tour in 2018.Carol Thatcher (Sereis 5: 2005)(Image: Daily Mirror)Journalist Carol managed to emerge from the shadow of her mother (the late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher) to win over the I’m A Celeb audience in 2005.After winning the show, she was launched into a correspondent role for The One Show where she would host a variety of segments in and out of the BBC show studio.She has also appeared on Most Haunted and fronted a documentary about the Falkland Wars (titled Mummy’s War) in 2007 but has stepped back from the limelight since 2009.Matt Willis (Series 6: 2006)Having been two years since the release of a Busted single, Matt entered the jungle as his solo music career stalled.