The Spandau Ballet singer was the latest contestant to leave the jungle after he received the fewest number of votes from the public.
After surviving 22 days on the show, the 55-year-old left camp while the remaining contestants sang Tony's hit song 'Gold' for his exit.
Tony described his time on the show as "an amazing experience" and revealed he was feeling "absolutely fantastic".
Speaking with Ant and Dec during his exit interview, the 80s star also discussed his conflicts with fellow camper Lady Colin Campbell, who was removed from the jungle earlier this week due to medical reasons.
Talking with the Geordie duo, Tony explained: "None of the decisions I made were about her. She just took everything so personally."
Discussing the Bush Hotel Challenge - Tony refused to be Lady C's servant, which led to a huge row - he said: "When it came to refusing to be her servant, that was just because I don't wear bellboy hats very well. The Bushtucker Trials are good because they test your mettle, but that challenge was too humiliating."
He also admitted that he'd like to see Kieron Dyer win the show, "Kieron has really come out of himself, so I'd love him to win it. He'd love to be crowned king of the jungle".
Tony shared a kiss with wife, Alison, as they were reunited at the end of the bridge.