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I’m A Celebrity 2020: Runner-up Jordan North shares video of post-competition feast, complete with pizza, burgers and Guinness

It’s been a while since radio DJ Jordan North has enjoyed a proper meal.

After three weeks in Gwrych Castle in Wales, last night Jordan was announced as the runner-up on this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

He congratulated podcaster and author Giovanna Fletcher as she became the first Queen of the Castle, while television presenter Vernon Kay finished in third place.

One can imagine that the past 24 hours have been a bit of a whirlwind for Jordan, having been separated from the outside world and his normal home comforts for a significant amount of time.

So now that the competition is over, it’s perfectly understandable that he would want to splash out on all his favourite foods.

On Saturday evening, Jordan, 30, shared a video on his Instagram Story showing all the food and drink he now has available to him… and rice and beans definitely isn’t on the menu.

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There are KitKats, Mini Cheddars and fruit on the table for Jordan to enjoy (Picture: Instagram/@jordannorth1)

As the camera pans around the room, Jordan reveals he has a hamper filled with chocolate and sweets, what looks like a cheese board and what appears to be a bottle of champagne in an ice bucket.

But best of all, a glass of Guinness is waiting for him on the table.

‘Oh my god, oh my god,’ Jordan repeatedly says in the video as he films his post-show celebratory meal.

Then, as the camera rests upon his alcoholic beverage, he shouts, ‘I’ve got Guinness!’, before excitedly saying he’s also going to dig into pizza and burgers.

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And there’s the Guinness! (Picture: Instagram/@jordannorth1)

Considering Jordan’s diet has seen a drastic change throughout his time on I’m A Celebrity, there’s a possibility he may fill up very quickly when he starts gorging on his feast.

But best to let him enjoy his moment!

It was recently announced that Jordan had unknowingly raised £20,000 for charity while he was in the castle, thanks to the popularity of his now signature saying about his ‘happy place’ Turf Moor in Burnley.

T-shirts were printed with the BBC Radio 1 presenter motto written across the front and sold for charitable causes, including Pendleside Hospice, of which Jordan is an ambassador.

I’m A Celebrity 2020 is available to watch on demand on ITV Player.

Credit: Original article published here.

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