I’m A Celebrity 2021 stars dance away at booze-fuelled wrap party until 5am
After Danny Miller had been crowned the winner of I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! the finalists danced away until the early hours of the morning at the lavish wrap party.
The King of the Castle was joined by Loose Women's Frankie Bridge, Corrie's Simon Gregson and football legend David Ginola as the wild dancing took place.
After their stint on the ITV programme had came to an end at Gwrych Castle in North Wales, they had themselves an exclusive party at the Palé Hall hotel in Gwynedd.
The stars were unable to reunite with family members and were required to stay on the premises until they had concluded all interviews for the next day.
But judging by the party antics that appeared on social media on Monday evening, none of them seemed to be too bothered by rules as they kicked back and enjoyed a booze-fuelled final evening together.
Danny even hinted during a number of interviews on Monday that he'd been feeling a little bit worse for wear after a late night.
It seemed as though he was holding one person completely accountable for his hangover, telling the Mirror "Blame David Ginola".
The Emmerdale actor, later took to Instagram to share some backstage footage of his dancing skills with the football icon.
On the show, Danny and David instantly became a hit with fans after their bromance blossomed for all to see.
Showcasing their unbreakable relationship, the duo jumped to their feet to cut some serious shapes as Abba's Dancing Queen blared out in the background.
Sharing the video with his 647,000 followers, Danny captioned: "It's more than a bond."
In the clip, Loose Women star Frankie can be heard laughing off camera as she filmed the pair in action while Simon can briefly be seen for a split second – also showing off a little hip wiggle.
The Coronation Street actor had opened up during interviews that day that he was also running low on sleep, explaining that they'd sipped on some expensive wine.
He joked: "We celebrated in style, we had a very fine red wine of course."
Meanwhile, an insider close to the programme also revealed to The Sun that the foursome had certainly let their hair down before they were reunited with loved ones.
The source said: "The final four more than made up for lost time enjoying food and drink, it was a proper knees-up.
"So as reunions with family had to wait, they decided to make the most of their last night together."
After enduring rural and freezing conditions at the Welsh camp, celebrities were certainly in for a real treat at the countryside hotel – with rooms fetching more than £560 for the night.
The wine list at the venue isn't to be scoffed at either, with one particular bottle of fizz priced at £400.
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