The singer was runner-up on Sunday night's final after losing out to former world superbike champion Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty.
Jake, who was a contestant on this year's X Factor, is now leaving Down Under and making his way back home, where he will soon be reunited with his X Factor family.
The 26-year-old already spoke to his pals via FaceTime. Only The Young said: "Just got off facetime to @JakeQuickenden! So proud of you! Missed you! See you at final."
Meanwhile, eight-piece boyband Stereo Kicks, tweeted: "Me & James just had a nice little FaceTime catch up with the man @JakeQuickenden STRUTH MATE done yourself proud mate! See you soon - Tom."
And it seems Jake is hoping close friend Ben Haenow, who will be competing in the X Factor final against Fleur East and Andrea Faustini, will win the show.
Jake tweeted: "I just FaceTimed you @Bhaenow. See you sunday, you got this bro miss you and love you."
Jake is expected to join his fellow contestants over the weekend, where they will crown this year's winner.
Jake and his fellow campmates have all jetted back home, but that wasn't before they celebrated at the wrap party! Jake looked like he was having a whale of a time as he shared party pictures with fans, but now, the fun has come to an end.
After spending just over two weeks in the jungle, and having earned all stars for camp in his many Bushtucker Trials, Jake joked: "Hardest Bushtucker Trial is today... 24 hour flight home with my mum ha."
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