Olivia Attwood turns down I'm A Celebrity return as she lands huge new ITV job | The Sun

OLIVIA Attwood has ruled herself out of a second I'm A Celebrity stint after bagging a huge new telly role.

The Olivia Meets Her Match star, 32, has penned a deal for a fresh ITV show – which will clash with filming for the reality TV show Down Under.

Olivia was a key name in the I'm A Celeb line-up mix this year- so fans are bound to be disappointed.

Last year The Sun was first to reveal how the Love Island alumni, 32, was removed from the I'm A Celebrity camp following a dramatic dash to A&E.

The check-up showed that the telly star was ­dangerously anaemic.

Back in April, Olivia dropped her biggest hint yet that she was set for a jungle return – yet a new job has come calling.

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MailOnline has told how she has bagged "the biggest job of her career" with a new ITV dating show.

They told how she has been presented with a "six figure" cheque for the programme – rumoured to rival Love Island.

Her new filming schedule now means it is impossible to juggle the two.

A source told the publication: "Olivia was so upset when she had to suddenly leave the jungle last year… everyone saw how incredibly disappointed she was.

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"She had been in discussions with ITV to return to I'm A Celeb for months, both sides wanted it to work because it was unfair that her time on the show was cut so short when it was always her dream to take part.

"But the opportunity to front a brand-new dating show on ITV came along and she jumped at the chance.

"The show is tipped to be the next big dating series since Love Island but centred more around exploring relationships, so it is a real full circle moment for Olivia.

"She adores presenting but also loves reality television and has never forgotten the platform that Love Island has given her… this new role perfectly marries the two."

Olivia's new gig comes after the official I'm A Celebrity start date was revealed – and it's just days away.

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