The jockey received the least amount of votes to save from the viewing public, losing out to McFly's Dougie Poynter.
He smiled after hearing the result, and was hugged by his fellow campmates before being interviewed by Ant & Dec.
Talking about living in the jungle, he said: "Not having the outside world [was tough]. A lot of things were harder, they made it harder.
"I don't mind the conditions, it was not getting the food and having to do things and getting into trouble [I didn't like]".
Carson was still clearly angry at Antony Cotton and Poynter's secret task which involved stealing belongings, but landed himself and others in the camp jail.
"When you're dishonest you should be punished, not the other way round," he said.
Asked who he wanted to win the series, he simply said: "All of them."
Cotton, Poynter, Fatima Whitbread and Mark Wright remain in contention to be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle on Saturday.
I'm a Celebrity continues tomorrow at 9pm on ITV1.
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