Hollyoaks star drops major hint he would return to the I’m A Celebrity jungle

With many celebrities, such as Danny Dyer and Jamie Lynn Spears, rumoured to be entering the I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here jungle, there's one actor who said he'd love the chance to do it all again.

In an exclusive interview with OK! to chat about his short film Snapcatch which looks at the dangers of online grooming, Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas revealed he'd be thrilled to take on the challenge again.

The 48-year-old said: "I'd love to do I'm a Celeb again – the trials were fun. It's an experience like no other and you just need to enjoy every moment you're in there.

"I was lucky with the people I was there with. We had a fantastic group that supported each other."

Jamie, who proposed to partner Jess Bell in a romantic setting in Mexico earlier this year and has hopes of a wedding in Las Vegas, also joked: "It would also help me lose two stone."

And now, with the hit ITV reality show just around the corner, fans are eagerly awaiting the star-studded line-up.

The new series is set to kick off with a special 105-minute episode and ten celebs are rumoured to be joining the jungle with one being crowned King or Queen at the end of three weeks.

This year, the show is expected to run for three weeks and ITV has confirmed it will start on November 19 at 9pm and finish at 10.45pm.

Last year, Lioness Jill Scott was crowned Queen of the Jungle with Owen Warner and former Conservative MP Matt Hancock as runners-up.

I'm A Celebrity then aired a special All Stars series earlier this year with a host of legends heading to South Africa to be crowned the ultimate champion. Myleene Klass took the crown with Jordan Banjo in second place and Fatima Whitbread placing third.

However, it's yet to be revealed who could be heading down under in 2023.

There has been lots of speculation though and fans are hoping to see many famous faces, including Marvin Humes and Gemma Owen to Frankie Dettori.

The trailer for Jamie Lomas' short film Snapcatch can be found here in partnership with Make Life Kind charity.

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