I'm A Celeb tops primetime as Warne opens up about Liz Hurley

Arvind Hickman
By Arvind Hickman | 5 February 2016
Shane Warne opens up about relationships on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here was the top rating program outside news with an average metro audience of 891,000 viewers. It topped ratings for 25 to 54-year-olds and under 55s, and is up 28% on last year's episode five.

Nine News at 6.30 won the night with 992,000 metro viewers, while RBT (591,000) and King's Cross ER (534,000) had modest starts to their seasons. 

In last night's episode of I'm A Celeb, Shane Warne opened up about some of the difficulties he faced in his recent relationship with Liz Hurley.

“It’s hard in a new relationship when you’re really good friends with the ex. Like, Elizabeth was really good friends with Hugh [Grant], like a best friend. When I used to go back to Australia, if she wasn’t leaving London, he used to go and spend the weekend in the house.”

The legendary legspinner says he would have to fall head over heels with someone to consider having more children. 

“The only way I could do it, is if I absolutely fell for someone head over heels, if I was desperate for them, and if they said ‘I really want kids’, then I would consider it.”

Nine's News programming helped it top market share with 27.2% of the audience over MKR-less Seven (25.1%) and Ten (22.5%).

OzTam ratings 4-2-2016

Data © OzTAM Pty Limited 2016. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM. Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs

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