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The final of I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! was watched by a peak of 10.7 million viewers on ITV last night as Giovanna Fletcher was crowned Queen of the Castle.

An average audience of 9.7m [45 per cent of TV viewers] watched the show, presented live from Gwrych Castle in Wales, an increase of 600k on last year's series.  

More than 2 million [2.1m] 16-34 year olds tuned in, over two thirds [68 per cent] of younger viewers watching TV, which was two percentage points higher than last year.  The 2019 I'm a Celebrity Final  was watched by an overall audience peak of 10.2m.

For consolidated viewing, which includes catch-up and online, so far this series, across the first eleven episodes, I'm A Celebrity is averaging 11.7m TV viewers with a 44 per cent share. It is up year-on-year by 0.8m viewers and two percentage audience share points. It has an additional 0.3m viewers on Non TV devices, taking the total average audience up to 12.0m viewers. 

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