The Irish model became the second celebrity to leave the jungle after losing out on last night's public vote.
But rather than feel disappointed, she's shared her excitement at getting back to normal life – and confessed she saw her exit coming.
"I had a gut feeling when I woke up this morning in my hammock, 'I think I'm going today' so I actually ran down to the waterfall shower before everyone else to get myself together," she told ITV's Good Morning Britain.
"I just had an instinct and I was kind of ready… I would prefer to watch Kendra have arguments than me have arguments!"
Nadia has now joined the league of I'm A Celebrity beauties who've treated viewers to bikini-clad showers… not that she thinks anything of it!
"You're not aware of it when you're in there," she insisted, "you're just so focused on getting clean and having a shower."
She added: "It's a little bit surreal. You kind of forget that people are watching. You're aware there's a camera there but you're not really aware of who's watching so that's been a little bit strange."
Nadia said she'd enjoyed her experience in the jungle and getting the opportunity to confront her fears – including that of being buried alive. We shudder just thinking about it!
Campmates were buried alive for 15 minutes as part of the Terror Tomb Bushtucker Trial.
"[I've] conquered that one, didn't think I'd ever be able to do that one… I had a snake under my hammock last night… I've learnt a lot of lessons about myself and it's just a crazy experience just being in there and it makes you appreciate life outside so much more."
I'm A Celebrity airs nightly on ITV.
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