I’M A Celebrity may be about to get its most famous campmate ever as Robbie Williams has put himself forward for the 2020 series.
The former Take That singer turned solo star hinted that he would be down for entering the jungle – for a few million pounds – as he spoke to Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly on variety show, Not The Robbie Williams Christmas Show.
“What about the next series? Any guests lined up?” he asked the boys as they spoke to him live from the jungle before the final.
He added: “So a really famous singer will get paid millions for going on I’m A Celeb right?
“Those bugs are so disgusting but I am going to eat them anyway to make really good prime time television.”
Ex-EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa was crowned the Queen of the jungle during Sunday’s final, during a tense last episode which saw Andy Whyment, Jacqueline and Roman Kemp battling it out for the winner’s crown.
Speaking about winning the show she said: “I can’t believe I’ve done all that stuff.”
In an emotional moment, she said that she felt the show had been a “turning point” in her life.
Jacqueline’s final trail sae her forced to lie down in a giant star on the floor with her arms and legs tied down while Jungle critters, slime, fish gusts and meal worm were thrown at her.
She successfully completed each stage and won stars for the campers’ final meal.
Jacqueline was crowned Queen of the jungle
She was joined by her former campmates including Caitlyn Jenner
Jac’s final challenge saw her have to hold a spider in her mouth
Coronation Street actor Andy – who plays Kirk Sutherland in the ITV soap – had been the bookies favourite to win and he was left visibly emotional as he spoke about surviving each public vote and making it into the finale.
He said: “I cant believe it and Im getting emotional Im so chuffed, its just nice to know that people are voting for me, the person I am, it means a lot.”