Olivia Attwood 'in talks' to join this year's series of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here
She'd be a class watch, in fairness.
Olivia Attwood is in talks to join the upcoming series of I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here, proving that influencers are indeed simply going to bounce from reality show to reality show until the sweet release of death.
Attwood, who rose to fame following her often explosive stint on Love Island 2017, is apparently trying to suss the best way to get herself in the jungle for a bit of bush sleeping, rice eating, and of course, money making.
And in fairness, yeah, she'd probably be a decent contestant. Can't deny it.
Attwood told The Daily Star that her negotiations with I'm A Celeb producers are "ongoing."
"There have been conversations with I’m A Celebrity. It’s ongoing," she said.
"It would be my dream to do the jungle. I’ve made no qualms about that. It’s such an iconic show. Going out there gave me a taste for it. I got to do a trial, which was amazing."
Attwood previously appeared on ITV's Xtra Camp where she was able to do a trial, chat about the show, and hang out in the jungle for a bit.
And although the actual I'm A Celeb experience is likely to be a lot more different than just roaming about a set above the trees for the day, if Attwood wants to do the jungle, Attwood should be allowed to do the jungle.
However, it turns out that she might not be able to - at least, she won't if other former Love Islanders get there first.
Rumours have been circulating regarding Amy Hart's potential casting in the show, and although nothing has been set in stone just yet, the former air host has expressed an interest in entering the jungle.
"I would love to," she said recently. "I’d absolutely love to."
"I hate rats. I hate rats. That’s the only thing. Like I can deal with the spiders and stuff, I can deal with all the creepy crawlies but it’s the rats. They'd put me in that coffin with rats."
They would, yeah Amy. That's how the show works.