I'm A Celebrity,,, Get Me Out Of Here! fan favourites Paul Burrell and Myleene Klass are being lined up to take part in a brand new All Star spin-off show in South Africa, according to reports.
Execs behind the hit ITV show are also looking to sign them up with Shaun Ryder and Gillian McKeith, who famously didn't get on in the jungle.
ITV bosses are reportedly ecstatic to be sorting out deals with some of their fan-favourite former campmates, with more celebs who starred on the show reportedly fighting to get involved.
One insider, speaking to The Mirror, said: “There are plenty who weren’t too scarred by the whole experience to give it another go with a bunch of different campmates.”
Musician Mylene, 44, unwittingly created one of the show's most memorable moments as she opted for a plain white bikini when showering back in 2006.
She ended up finishing a runner-up on the show and said afterwards: “The offers following my bikini moment, from modelling to more, were just staggering.
“I’d say to any girl, ‘Go into the jungle’. It worked for me.”
Meanwhile, former royal butler Paul, 64, caused a stir on the show with his comedic screaming and face-pulling during the Hell Hole Bushtucker Trial in 2004.
Paul left the hosts and production team in stitches as he whimpered while putting his hand in a boxes filled with spiders, cockroaches, and rats, Ant McPartlin recently recalled.
The host revealed: “The guy on the hand-held camera had to pass it to his assistant because his shoulders were shaking so much.”
Paul also finished in second place on the show.
Meanwhile, nutritionist Gillian McKeith appeared in 2010 alongside Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder, with the You Are What You Eat presenter famously fainting after the public voted her to take part in yet another trial after doing several others.
She claimed it affected her health and said: “Since that jungle trial where I was buried under the ground in a coffin and rats landed on me, every time I go into a small space like a lift I feel like I’m going to start screaming.”
But despite this, the 62 year old is understood to be appearing in the spin-off.
Ryder, 59, who finished as runner-up that season, clashed with McKeith and claimed he got on with everybody except her.
On the show, as they sat in freezing cold water, viewers heard him tell her: “You’re a f***ing irritating woman.”
Hosts Ant and Dec are also reportedly on board for the two-week spin-off, which is due to air next year after being pre-recorded at the Kruger National Park in September.
Taking a departure away from the usual series, the show won't have a live audience, and the celebrities will vote for each other to decide who does the Bushtucker trials.
Other people rumoured to take part include boxer Amir Khan, Helen Flanagan, and Stacey Solomon – who are all thought to believed to be in talks with ITV.
It is also thought that the show will give ITV bosses a back-up plan in case Covid impacts the broadcaster's plan to take the regular show back to Australia.
OK! has contacted an ITV representative for comment.
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