Diversity star Jordan became the fourth celebrity to leave camp and following his exit, he has revealed he wants Wayne to be crowned King of the jungle when the series is out.
"He is such a cool dude," Jordan said. "I would love to see Wayne win."
Jordan had appeared on ITV's Good Morning Britain and was asked whether Carol Vorderman has a shot at winning the show.
Susanna Reid told Jordan she is rooting for the former Countdown star and he replied: "Carol is the loveliest lady I've ever met. It could be Carol, but I would love to see Wayne win."
Although, Jordan did admit he doesn't think he can call the result, adding: "Since I've been in the jungle, every person who has gone has been a massive shock. I couldn't call it."
Danny Baker was the first celebrity to get the boot, followed by Lisa Snowdon and former Strictly star Ola Jordan.
Speaking about his time in camp, Jordan told the Good Morning Britain panel that he is now leaving a "domesticated man."
Jordan often spoke about his inability to cook and clean while in the jungle, but has since received lessons in both from his fellow campmates.
"I'm a very lucky guy," Jordan said. "I've got a beautiful girlfriend that helps me out. My mum helps me out. I live across the road from her... we literally live on the same street, so I was wrapped up in cotton wool - I had a lot of people looking after me."
He continued: "Going into the jungle was a shock to the system. I have Lisa and Larry [Lamb] to thank for helping me to learn how to cook, and I have a bunch of other people to thank for teaching me how to wash up, hand wash my clothes in a river... it was a very different experience."
Piers Morgan then asked Jordan which show he had found tougher: I'm A Celeb or Britain's Got Talent? Piers had been on the judging panel when Jordan won BGT with Diversity.
Jordan replied: "I'm going to have to say I'm A Celebrity. Britain's Got Talent, I had my brother and all the boys there and I was actually allowed to eat normal food and have my phone. In the jungle, you've got rice, beans and a tonne of snakes... it's a bit different."
Piers then joked: "There's a few snakes on Britain's Got Talent, and that's just the judging panel..."
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