The cast of this year’s edition of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! has yet to be announced, but rumours are beginning to hot up on who may enter.
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ITV presenter Holly Willoughby has already signed up to appear on the show as a new host, following the announcement that Ant McPartlin will not be returning to his slot this year.
Meanwhile betting agency Ladbrokes has predicted the arrival of another ITV alum from daytime chat-show Loose Women: Coleen Nolan.
Coleen has recently been seen on TV promoting her new solo singing career, following her live spat with Kim Woodburn.
Ladbrokes has set Coleen’s odds on jumping into the jungle to just 5/2, down from 8/1 last week.
Coleen previously appeared on Celebrity Big Brother last year, where she left the show as the winner of the series.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Her CBB rival Kim Woodburn finished runner-up down under nine years ago, but Coleen will be looking to go one better this year if she decides to enter I’m a Celeb.”
Coleen has also appeared on Dancing on Ice as a presenter, and Celebrity Fit Club – so joining I’m a Celeb would add to her repertoire of reality shows.
Coleen most recently appeared on This Morning to speaking to Holly and Phillip Schofield about her new solo career – but talk quickly turned to her spat with Kim.
Bursting into tears, she explained: “I don’t know what to say, if I could go back in time.
“I honestly genuinely thought she was coming on to make amends and we were going to have a laugh about it.
“It was like ‘let’s put it to bed, lets make amends’, and it didn’t go that way.”
She also touched upon her fellow panellists, who also witnessed the controversial interview.
She finished: “It was so shocking, genuinely shocking for all of us. It’s been the worst week of my life.”
Meanwhile DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles spoke out on the rumours of him joining the show as well.
Speaking on Lorraine he confessed: “I actually think it would be quite fun to do. I’d rock the hat.”
He even went on to say: “I think the trials would be fun.
“I’ve always said that I wouldn’t do it, but who knows? I’ve got a little boy Eddie to look after.
“Never say never, but I do get get asked every year.”
I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is expected to return to ITV later this year.