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Charlotte Tutton

I'm A Celeb fans 'rumble' finalists as Celebrity Cyclone clip 'gives away' result

I'm A Celebrity viewers think they know which stars have made the final or have at least avoided the latest elimination, set to air on Thursday night.

Many claimed a clip shown at the end of Wednesday's episode "gave away" three stars who will appear in Celebrity Cyclone, and therefore have not been axed.

Three names were repeatedly shared on Twitter, as fans claimed to have spotted them in the pre-filmed trial despite the elimination not having aired yet.

Two more stars will be eliminated from the show during Thursday's episode just a day before the final on Friday.

The two axed stars will also miss out on the famous Celebrity Cyclone, which will be a little different than usual for the South African spin-off.

I'm A Celebrity... South Africa viewers claimed a clip for the looming Celebrity Cyclone gave away who was taking part (ITV)

A clip teasing the big event aired at the end of Wednesday's episode, but it led to fans being convinced they had cracked who was left on the show.

They guessed three stars had possibly survived the next survival challenge and therefore had avoided being eliminated, after "spotting them" in the clip for the Cyclone.

Viewers claimed to see Jordan Banjo, Myleene Klass and Fatima Whitbread competing in the famous challenge in the teaser clip.

While the show has been filmed in advance, there's every chance that they had stand-ins practicing the Cyclone and that it was these stand-ins who were visible in the trailer.

That said, viewers believed it was actual footage from the show and the challenge, and that those who had survived the latest axing appeared in this clip.

I'm A Celebrity viewers think they know which stars have made the final (ITV)

This led to fans being sure that Jordan, Fatima and Myleene were finalists or had at least survived the latest elimination.

While there was nothing clear in the clip that pointed out who was taking part, viewers claimed to "hear" Jordan's voice in the teaser, and they thought they saw Fatima and Myleene too.

Taking to Twitter, viewers shared their observations as they believed the show had given away the result before it aired.

One viewer said: "Did anyone hear Jordan’s voice in the cyclone? I think they spoilt it that he got through."

Another tweeted: "I’m sure I saw Fatima on that cyclone," as a third agreed: "Looked like Fatima on the clip of the Cyclone too."

A fourth fan commented: "Defo myleene, I paused and saw her name on one of the t shirts."

The comments kept on coming too with one reading: "I thought I heard Jordan’s voice," as another said: "pretty sure i saw fatima on the cyclone."

A clip teasing the big event aired at the end of Wednesday's episode (ITV)

On Wednesday night another double exit saw Helen Flanagan and Dean Gaffney lose their places on the ITV series.

The latest survival challenge, in the wake of Joe Swash's own shocking exit from the show, saw all of the remaining campmates forced to battle it out to stay on the ITV show.

In the task, each celebrity was locked in a crate, with their heads poking out of them. They had to untangle a key from a series of cords, and unlock the padlock that was keeping them trapped inside of the crate before ringing a bell.

As time went on, more campmates made it through until it was just Helen and Dean left in their crates.

This automatically meant they had lost their places on the show, and would not be crowned the first ever I'm A Celebrity Legend this Friday.

I'm A Celebrity... South Africa continues all this week at 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX.

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