The ‘Coronation Street’ star and fellow actress Emily Atack both found themselves in the bottom two on Monday night’s show.
But Sair lost out and followed Noel Edmonds and actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer out of the jungle.
During her time on the ITV show Sair faced a series of tasks, including eating a cow’s teat and crawling through a sewer.
During her exit interview, she told hosts Declan Donnelly and Holly Willoughby: “I can’t believe I’ve been in there for over 2 weeks - it’s crazy.
“I felt like I was in the television watching I’m a celeb. I got in there and I felt a weird emotion. It took me a few days to calm down.
“I was lumped in with the boys and that took me a while to get my head around. As time went on it got easier.
“I can’t believe I got to do so much, I’m so proud of myself.”
But some viewers claimed Sair knew in advance that she was leaving because she was the only campmate who appeared to have had their hair and make-up done.
ITV have denied any of the campmates know the result before it is revealed live.
Even Ant and Dec responded to the accusations, with a cheeky tweet on Tuesday morning in response to a viewer who accused the show of being “rigged”:
Viewers had previously claimed that ‘Hollyoaks’ star Malique Thompson-Dwyer knew his fate before the public vote was revealed because he was the only campmate wearing his backpack.