Carl Fogarty celebrates with a steak
Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty celebrated his 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' victory with a chocolate brownie, fillet steak, bacon sandwich and champagne.
Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty celebrated his 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' victory with a chocolate brownie and fillet steak.
The 49-year-old former World Superbike champion was crowned king of the jungle when the reality show concluded last night (07.12.14) and the starving contestant feasted on a selection of luxury treats once he got to his hotel.
Speaking about what he did after winning, he confessed: "I did some interviews, and obviously I was seeing the family and then I managed to grab a glass of champagne and then a fillet steak in one hand, chocolate brownie in the other hand, and a bacon sandwich waiting for me on the other table, and then some crème brûlée! So it was just a mad rush of sugar and savoury food to get something in me. I was just craving food."
Foggy also revealed a wooden sceptre presented to him when he was declared the victor has already been broken by previous winner Joe Swash - who now presents spin-off show 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here NOW!' host.
Commenting on what he will do with his crown and sceptre, he laughed: "Well I'm not too sure how I'm going to get it through customs. It's actually been broken already by Joe Swash. I said, 'How am I gonna get this home?' Ad he went, 'Here,' and snapped it in half. It wasn't very nice."
Foggy - who beat 'X Factor' star Jake Quickenden and television presenter Mel Sykes to win the 14th edition of the show - feels "overwhelmed" to be out of the jungle and thanked the public for all their votes.
Talking on 'Lorraine', he gushed: "I'm overwhelmed by all the support from back home. I've not had a chance to catch a breath yet, it's been absolutely mad here for the last five or six hours since I've come out of the jungle. I'll certainly go out and have a few drinks with [fellow contestant] Jimmy Bullard now.
"I still can't believe it's happened to be honest with you. Little old me from Blackburn who used to race motorbikes, world champion, and now the public have voted me champion again."