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Adam Woodyatt is best known as iconic character Ian Beale, and it looks like soap stardom has paid off for the actorOne character we can all agree has became a national treasure is EastEnders' Ian Beale, portrayed by actor Adam Woodyatt.
and became the latest stars to leave on Friday's episode of .
The EastEnders star, 53, and Olympic gold medallist, 23, found themselves in the bottom two before hosts Ant and Dec revealed that it was a double elimination.
As Adam and Matty left the camp, Frankie Bridge admitted: "I'm gutted!"
And upon their exit interview with Ant and Dec, Adam joked: "Where's my coffee? Didn't you get the memo!"
Talking about his time on the show, the actor added: "It was brill, I loved it!" while he admitted he was nervous about showing himself and not Ian Beale after 36 years of playing the character.
Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson to 'enter I'm A Celeb castle as wildcards'
There were no signs of Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson among I'm A Celeb's list of confirmed stars, despite the pair being heavily rumoured for the show . But it has now been reported that they will enter the Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly fronted series as "wildcards". © ITV/Coronation Street Simon Gregson is also said to be a wildcard after he wasn't included in the confirmed line-up The Mirror has reported that 53 year old Adam and 47 year old Simon will join the series after the confirmed line-up of stars make their first appearances.
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He joked: "Yeah, I haven't got a script. I've spent 36 years with a script!"
Adam also got emotional as he spoke about seeing the ITV show as a "new start", he tearfully said: "I looked at it as being a start, a new start, there's a lot of stuff still going on."
While Matty spoke of his time on the show: "The experience has genuinely lived up to the expectation, it's been exactly what I thought at times. It was really tough at times, like it's not easy being in there. Being so secluded and not being in the real world."
EastEnders' Adam Woodyatt reveals he has 'no plans' to return to BBC soap after ITV's I'm A Celeb
EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt has revealed he won't be returning to the BBC soap after ITV's I'm A Celebrity as he's still on tour with Looking Good Dead until April 2022 . Adam is currently on a hiatus from the BBC One soap after playing Ian Beale since 1985 and his exit scenes aired earlier this year in an explosive New Year storyline. The actor had previously revealed he won't be back on EastEnders until 2022 "at the earliest" and he has now shared further details about his Albert Square comeback ahead of his appearance on I'm A Celebrity 2021 with Coronation Street's Simon Gregson.
He sweetly added: "I've met some amazing people along the way!"
Viewers were left gutted over the news as they took to Twitter to share their shock at the duo leaving ahead of the final.
One person said: "Shame I like Adam and Matty. At least they got this far though #ImACeleb."
A different account put: "Aw well done Matty, you did great at the trial today too, and good job Adam as well #ImACeleb."
Another follower commented: "Getting emotional over Matty and Adam #ImACeleb," followed by crying emoji.
While a different viewer added: "Gutted Adam and Matty have gone #ImACeleb."
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues to air at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub every night.
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EastEnders’ Michelle Collins reveals Adam Woodyatt was a huge support after her mum died .
The pair grew closer in recent years.The actress, 59, who played Cindy Beale in EastEnders, the former wife of Ian Beale, played by Adam, 53, revealed the pair have grown closer in recent years than they ever have before.