Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale is the second person to be evicted from I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
On Sunday the MSP followed comedian Shappi Khorsandi, who was evicted from the reality show on Friday.
The politician has spent two weeks in the Australian jungle and shared the camp with other celebrities including Amir Khan, Jamie Lomas and Rebekah Vardy.
The Lothian MSP sparked controversy when it was announced she was a late entry into the hit ITV show featuring a total of 12 contestants.
The 36-year-old's fellow MSPs discussed a possible suspension from the party, as new Labour leader Richard Leonard took the helm last month.
Leonard said he would accept the "collective decision" of the party.
On November 21 Scottish Labour business manager James Kelly said: "The Scottish Parliamentary Labour group today discussed the decision of Kezia Dugdale to take an unauthorised leave of absence from her parliamentary duties.
"Today, the group concluded that Kezia Dugdale would not face suspension.A spokesman for the Scottish Conservatives said: "Kezia clearly thinks dining on kangaroo testicle is more appealing than being an MSP.
"She should consider her position as an elected member before chucking herself off that plane over the Australian jungle."
Dugdale's party colleague Jenny Marra was critical of the move, describing being an MSP as "a privilege... not a shortcut to celebrity".