With the I'm A Celebrity launch show now less than a week away, this year's batch of celeb contestants are heading Down Under - confirming that they'll be appearing on this year's show. They put me in a coffin in a drawer and I couldn't do it.
"If they put me in a box like a coffin, I know I am going to have a problem".
'I think it will be really fun and I'm really excited because she's never been over or seen it.
"When the results are bad, believe you me, being a manager is a very tough, lonely occupation". The buck stops with you.
"I'm lifting up toilet seats wherever I go".
"I don't really care what you think about me, I'm still gonna be me".
The ex-Deal Or No Deal presenter will be joining the likes of football manager Harry Redknapp, The Chase's Anne Hegerty and actor John Barrowman in Australia. Yes, she played Charlotte Hinchcliffe - the one Simon Bird's character failed to woo on more than one occasion, but now she'll have to listen to Harry and his transfer stories.More news: Trump condemned for cancelling France cemetery visit due to weather
"My son, Jamie, thinks I am definitely not the full shilling", he continued.
The football manager is going to be paid half a million pounds for his time in the jungle - the most a celebrity has ever been paid for taking part in the show.
He said he would struggle the most at being separated from his wife, Sandra. We do everything together.
The 51-year-old explained: "I will do my damnedest in challenges so that we're not, any of us, hangry".
TV presenter best known for his work on DIY SOS.
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This year's series marks the first time that Ant McPartlin won't be appearing on the show, while he continues his hiatus to focus on his ongoing recovery after being arrested for drink-driving earlier this year.