Survival Of The Fittest ended tonight in a dramatic final which saw the Girls’ team emerge as the winners.
Jenny, Mariam. Mettisse and Sam came out on top as winners of the ultimate battle of sexes.
After three weeks of mental and physical challenges in South Africa the girls were crowned the winners – but there was still a big decision to be made.
Mettisse was voted as ‘Fittest Girl’ by the public so had the power to decide if the £40,000 prize fund should be shared with mates (the Girls’ team) or dates (boyfriend Tristan).
Of course she chose the rest of the girls – meaning they took home £10,000 each.
Speaking to Mirror TV about the decision, Mettisse said: "I think all the girls are so happy. All we wanted was the title of Survival Of The Fittest and we went and got it.
"It was so easy. As soon as I got asked the question I knew what I was going to say. None of it could have been done without my girls and we all deserved it."
The girls explained that they stuck by each other through thick and thin and were able to forget their feelings for the boys during the vital challenges.
When asked about comparisons to rival ITV2 show Love Island, the girls claimed Survival Of The Fittest was far more challenging.
Mariam said: " I think both shows are very good and both have the right idea. I think the difference with Survival Of The Fittest is you are literally being pushed in at the deep end every single day.
"You have to remember what you’re here for. Every single day you’re getting physically pushed to your limits and you have to balance your feelings. You’re torn between your heart and your head.
"Trust and friendship is such a big thing in here. It’s so mad because it’s a physically draining fear and you have to be quite strong. It’s a lot."
Jenny added: "I don’t know if its actually comparable as I feel Survival Of The Fittest is Survival Of The Fittest for a reason.
"It’s physically and mentally draining and it’s constantly challenging you every single day in a way I don’t think Love Island will do.
"I think every time someones comes and goes it changes the dynamic of the group and I feel like this show really grows you. It’s practise for the big world. "
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