I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! (UK series 4)
|I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!|
|Joe Pasquale||Day 1||Day 18|
|Paul Burrell||Day 1||Day 18|
|Fran Cosgrave||Day 1||Day 18|
|Janet Street-Porter||Day 1||Day 17|
|Sophie Anderton||Day 1||Day 15|
|Antonio Fargas||Day 1||Day 14|
|Sheila Ferguson||Day 1||Day 13|
|Vic Reeves||Day 5||Day 12|
|Nancy Sorrell||Day 1||Day 11|
|Natalie Appleton||Day 1||Day 10|
|Brian Harvey||Day 2||Day 7|
The fourth series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! began on 21 November 2004 and ended on 6 December 2004. The programme ran for 16 days, one more than in the previous series (18 days if counting the day the celebrities arrived and the morning the finalists exited). The series was won by comedian Joe Pasquale.
11 contestants participated, one more than in the previous two series.
on 6 December 2004
|Paul Burrell||Royal Household servant||Runner Up
on 6 December 2004
|Fran Cosgrave||Celebrity nightclub manager||Eliminated 7th
on 6 December 2004
|Janet Street Porter||Journalist & TV broadcaster||Eliminated 6th
on 5 December 2004
|Sophie Anderton||Model||Eliminated 5th
on 4 December 2004
|Antonio Fargas||Starsky & Hutch actor||Eliminated 4th
on 3 December 2004
|Sheila Ferguson||The Three Degrees singer||Eliminated 3rd
on 2 December 2004
|Vic Reeves||Vic and Bob comedian||Eliminated 2nd
on 1 December 2004
|Nancy Sorrell||Model & wife of Vic Reeves||Eliminated 1st
on 30 November 2004
|Natalie Appleton||Pop singer and actress||Withdrew
on 29 November 2004
|Brian Harvey||Former East 17 lead singer||Withdrew
on 26 November 2004
Results and elimination
- Indicates the winner celebrity
- Indicates the runner-up celebrity
- Indicates that the celebrity was safe from elimination
- Indicates that the celebrity received the least votes
- Indicates that the celebrity was eliminated
- Indicates that the celebrity was in the bottom 2 or 3 in the public vote
- Indicates that the celebrity withdrew
|Day 11||Day 12||Day 13||Day 14||Day 15||Day 16||Day 17||Day 18
|No bottom two/three|
|Eliminated||Nancy Sorrell||Vic Reeves||Sheila Ferguson||Antonio Fargas||Sophie Anderton||None||Janet Street Porter||Fran Cosgrave||Paul Burrell|
Day 1 On the day the celebrities arrived, they were split into two groups after making an initial journey to the jungle by helicopter, making this the first time ever that two different arrival routes were used.
The 'Air and Water' group consisted of Paul Burrell, Fran Cosgrave, Joe Pasquale and Nancy Sorrell. Initially, Janet Street Porter was to be part of this group instead of Paul but they were swapped around at the last minute. Also Brian Harvey was meant to be part of this group but couldn't following the death of his grandmother. The remaining four members skydived into the jungle before enduring a 5 hour hike to the camp.
The 'Earth and Fire' group consisted of Sophie Anderton, Natalie Appleton, Antonio Fargas, Sheila Ferguson and Janet Street Porter. Initially, Paul Burrell was to be part of this group instead of Janet but they were swapped around at the last minute. These five celebrities took on a 4 hour trek to the camp by horseback.
Day 2 The first bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Stake Out' and was contested by Fran Cosgrave, Joe Pasquale and Antonio Fargas. They won 4 stars.
Day 3 The second bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Canopy Calamity' and was contested by Natalie Appleton. She won 7 stars.
Day 4 The third bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Snake Strike' and was contested by Janet Street Porter. She won 9 stars.
The first Celebrity Chest of the series was also held and was done by Paul Burrell and Joe Pasquale.
Day 5 The fourth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'House of Pies' and was contested by Brian Harvey. He won 2 stars. Brian later mentioned it was the worst experience of his life.
When dinner was delivered that evening, it was brought along with Vic Reeves, making this the first time a celebrity has entered later than the first day.
Day 6 The fifth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Temple Of Doom' and was contested by Paul Burrell. Paul had been shortlisted for the previous 4 trials. He won 6 stars.
In camp, tensions finally boiled over between Sophie Anderton and Natalie Appleton after the latter had refused to help build a treehouse the previous day in preparation for Vic Reeves' arrival.
Day 7 The sixth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Leap Of Faith'. It was broadcast live and was contested by Natalie Appleton. She won 2 stars, quitting early on complaining of feeling sick.
Brian Harvey walked out that evening following a massive spat at dinner with Janet Street Porter.
"You're cooking dinner! You're f**king over there, I'm over there (points away). Don't keep f**king having a go at me about farting!...Just because you think it's wrong doesn't mean everyone else thinks it's wrong. I'm farting because I need to f**king fart, because all I've eaten is f**king beans!... I take it very personal because you know that there's 16 million people watching!"
Brian Harvey's argument speech to Janet
Day 8 The seventh bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Snap'. and was contested by Sophie Anderton and Natalie Appleton. They won a pasty bap and chips.
Day 9 The eighth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Slither River' and was contested by Natalie Appleton. She won 5 stars, again pulling out a comb complaining of tiredness, fear and weakness.
Day 10 Shortly after the public result of the next bushtucker trial vote was announced. Natalie Appleton finally threw in the towel and walked out after having been nominated.
The day's trial still went ahead, titled 'On Your Knees' and was contested by Shelia Ferguson, by virtue of having polled the next highest amount of votes. She won 6 stars.
Day 11 Despite Natalie's departure, the live eviction still went ahead and Nancy Sorrell was eliminated.
The tenth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Hell-O-Copter'. Dubbed as the most dramatic and expensive trial ever staged, it was contested by Joe Pasquale. He won 8 stars, the first time this series a celebrity won the maximum.
Day 12 Vic Reeves was the second celebrity to be eliminated. In his exited he said that if he had not left today, he would have pole-vaulted out of the jungle using his giant key (Reeves had kept it as a souvenir after it was used in a celebrity chest he took part in).
The eleventh bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Fill Your Face' and was contested by Antonio Fargas. He won 4 stars. After the trial ended, he famously bluffed his words and said "There's a celebrity in my ear!". He meant to say there was a creature in his ear.
Day 13 Shelia Ferguson was the third celebrity to be eliminated.
The twelfth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Slither River 2' and was contested by Fran Cosgrave. This was previously attempted by Natalie four days ago. He won 3 stars.
Day 14 Antonio Fargas was the fourth celebrity to be eliminated.
The thirteenth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Hump It!' and was contested by Sophie Anderton and Janet Street Porter. They won 3 stars.
Day 15 Sophie Anderton was the fifth celebrity to be eliminated.
The fourteenth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Hell Holes' and was contested by Paul Burrell. He won all 4 stars. Fans of ths show have labelled this as one of the most entertaining trials of all series, thanks to Paul's constant screaming and loathing.
Day 16 No celebrity was eliminated from camp today, to make up for Natalie's walkout earlier in the week.
The fifteenth bushtucker trial of the series was titled 'Hell Hill 2' and was contested by all four remaining celebrities. This trial was previously at this stage in the last series. 3 stars were won.
Day 17 Janet Street Porter was the sixth celebrity to be eliminated. This meant Paul Burrell, Fran Cosgrave and Joe Pasquale would contest the final.
All three remaining celebs participated in one bushtucker trial each today, to win a fully prepared three course meal for dinner. Fran Cosgrave contested in 'Eel Helmet' for the starter course. Paul Burrell contested in 'Bushtucker Bonanza' for the main course and Joe Pasquale contested in 'Danger Down Under' for the dessert course. Each of them won the maximum of 5 stars.
Day 18 Joe Pasquale was crowned 'King of the Jungle' in the final vote. Paul Burrell was second and Fran Cosgrave was third.
The contestants take part in daily trials to earn food.
- The public voted for who they wanted to face the trial
- The campers decided who did which trial.
- This trial was compulsory & it was not down to the public to decided who did which trial.
|Trial Number||Date||Name of Trial||Celebrity/ies Taking Part||Number of Stars||Notes|
|1||21 November 2004||Stake Out||Antonio
|2||22 November 2004||Canopy Calamity||Natalie||None|
|3||23 November 2004||Snake Strike||Janet||None|
|4||24 November 2004||House Of Pies||Brian||None|
|5||25 November 2004||Temple Of Doom||Paul||None|
|6 (Live)||26 November 2004||Leap Of Faith||Natalie||None|
|7||27 November 2004||Snap||Natalie
|8||28 November 2004||Slither River||Natalie||None|
|9||29 November 2004||On Your Knees||Shelia||1|
|10||30 November 2004||Hell-O-Copter||Joe||None|
|11||1 December 2004||Fill Your Face||Antonio||None|
|12||2 December 2004||Slither River 2||Fran||2|
|13||3 December 2004||Hump It!||Janet
|14||4 December 2004||Hell Holes||Paul||None|
|15||5 December 2004||Hell Hill 2||Fran
|16||6 December 2004||Eel Helmet||Fran||None|
|17||6 December 2004||Bushtucker Bonanza||Paul||None|
|18||6 December 2004||Danger Down Under||Joe||None|
Total Amount of Bushtucker trials the celebrities have done
^1 Natalie Appleton was initially selected to take part in this trial, but walked out before this and was replaced by Shelia Ferguson.
^2 This trial was previously competed 4 days ago.
^3 This trial was previously competed last series.