Four-time world superbike champion Foggy stormed to victory ahead of finalists Jake Quickenden, who was runner-up, and Melanie Sykes, who came in third place.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain today, Foggy described his time as "amazing" and said his stint in the jungle has been "a whole new experience".
He said: "Being given the challenge to do something that I would never normally do, and to come out on top of it, after all these years from being world champion 20 years ago in Australia is great.
"I'm so thankful to the British public, I really am."
Foggy admitted that he wasn't much of a people person before he entered the jungle, but the experience has changed him.
"It made me realise that I am more of a people person that I thought I was," he continued. "For me to go through that whole experience of ups and downs and roller coaster ride of emotions, and just be myself, obviously people like that."
Speaking of his bromance with Jimmy Bullard, Foggy said: "He's completely mental. He's just absolutely nuts! It's great seeing him. We'll be mates for life, I'm sure of that."
Foggy was crowned Jungle King in front of all of his campmates last night, and he collapsed on his knees as soon as Ant and Dec announced the news. Former champion Kian Egan happily passed over his crown, and Foggy took his place on the throne.
After catching up with family and completing a string of interviews, what did Foggy do next? Eat! The 49-year-old tucked into a bacon sandwich, followed by a lump of steak and chocolate brownies.
After three weeks in the jungle, we'd say that was well deserved!
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