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It was time for a Savanna swansong on tonight's Survival of the Fittest as those macho lads sent another of the girls heading home.

Over the series, we've seen the boys slowly rotate the girls with some fresh meat, and tonight another girl's sunny holiday came to an end.

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We saw Jenny sink her claws into newcomer Tom in an attempt to seduce him, while there was trouble in paradise for one of the couples. It was a wet 'n' wild Girls v Boys task that looked like it was plucked from I'm a Celebrity.

Survival of the Fittest Slip and Grip February 23 ©  ITV
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The boys were desperate to win a Reward Challenge after being beaten at every turn, and they lost again.

The boys had already used Sydney as a pawn to tear the girls apart and it looked like it worked. However, when they were tasked with sending one of the girls home, there were some hesitations, but they decided to give Sydney Devereaux the boot.

Reflecting on her time in Africa, Sydney spoke after she crossed that bridge to nowhere. Asked whether there was any potential romance brewing between her and David, Sydney shot that lovebird down with a flaming arrow.

"It was 100 per cent purely friendship between myself and David," she confessed. "I told him that and he knew it was just friendship between us."

Quizzed on whether any of the potential romances were real, Sydney tipped Callum and Maz for a brighter future.

"Before I left I thought Callum and Maz were genuine. She is fun, bubbly and cool but as I was leaving, I was hearing that he might have changed his mind," she continued. "I don't think Mettisse is interested in Tristan, he is so immature. She is very mature for her age."

Survival of the Fittest girls February 23 ©  ITV

However, with tonight's episode also seeing Callum trying to call an end to his time with Miriam, what does the future hold for them?

It was a relatively short stint for Sydney, but she revealed that she wouldn't change anything about her time on the show. Also, while the boys tried to use her to break the girls apart, Sydney had a different view of what her legacy at The Lodge was.

"I went in there to pull the Girls together. All I stand for is promoting women. I have an amazing mum and two beautiful younger sisters and all I want is to make them proud. I want to stand up for women's rights and equality."

Finally, pushed on whether the boys or the girls should win, Sydney gave us her choice for the No.1 spot.

"I want Jenny to win. Where is the crown? Let's give it to her now! She deserves to win, without a doubt."

As Sydney sets off for the UK, who will be replacing her next?

Survival of the Fittest continues on ITV2 tomorrow night (February 23) at 9.50pm.


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