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Thursday, 22 November 2012

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A couple of treasured hair clippings from Limahl's once envied mullet. He keeps them in a locket

Today's barely remembered celebrity to be voted off ITV's 'I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!' was eighties pop singer Limahl.

The Kajagoogoo front man, who cleverly rearranged the letters of his surname Hamill to come up with his stage name, expressed his delight at leaving the camp following an arduous eight days doing his hair.

His hair had become a major talking point in the camp and on Twitter. The once majestic spikey eighties mullet now a pale shadow of itself.

While in the jungle he struck up an unlikely friendship with, well, no-one really. An issue that clearly bothered him yesterday when he had a mini-breakdrown after claiming he had no friends on the show. He was later seen comforting himself by pretending he still had his shock of spikey white hair and stroking the phantom hair-do while singing his 1983 hit record 'Too Shy' to himself and sobbing gently onto a stick-insect that was ignoring him.

Upon his exit he told the shows presenters, cheeky Geordie duo Ant & Dec, "I don't know why I got so upset about not making friends in there. In the real world no-one's spoken to me since 1986 so I should be used to it. Even the stick-insect shunned me. Hopefully this will give my career a boost. If not, I'll shuffle back off into obscurity."

He then burst into song by attempting to croon his other hit record 'NeverEnding Story' in a shameless attempt to plug it before being told to "give it a rest man" by Ant.

We attempted to speak to Limahl after he'd finished talking to the usual media outlets but we were only able to get through to his PA. Although we suspect it was Limahl putting on a womans voice. We were told that he couldn't speak to us as he was on the other line explaining to his job centre advisor why he hadn't signed on last Monday.

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