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Lisa Curry's reunion with fiance airs on I'm A Celeb tonight

Lisa Curry pictured after her elimination from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Supplied by Channel 10.
Lisa Curry pictured after her elimination from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Supplied by Channel 10.

LISA Curry is back in the loving arms of her fiance Mark Andrew Tabone after her elimination from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Tabone flew to South Africa for the reality show's final week and the lovebirds reunited overnight.

"He's standing right next to me," Lisa told the Sunshine Coast Daily this morning from South Africa.

"He wrote a song and all the profits are going towards my charity... it's all been fantastic."

Their emotional reunion will feature on tonight's episode. Last week Lisa opened up to her campmates about how she and Tabone can't tie the knot until she gets a divorce from Grant Kenny.

She remained tight-lipped on how quickly she and Mark are going to progress their wedding plans, but hinted that the subject will be addressed on tonight's show.

"Maybe I'll start planning a wedding now that I'm 10 kg lighter," she said.

"There could be a little announcement soon. Stay tuned for a day or two and keep watching the show."

Lisa also thanked viewers, particularly Queenslanders, for supporting her charity Aussie helpers during her 41 days on the show.

"I want to thank the Sunshine Coast and Queensland for getting me behind me," she said.

"It's been an amazing adventure, although I'm not quite sure if I'd do it again."

I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! airs tonight at 7.30pm on Channel 10.

Topics:  channel 10 i'm a celebrity get me out of here lisa curry television


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