Charlotte Crosby signs up for Australia's series of 'I'm A Celebrity'

Charlotte Crosby throws a house party to launch her new series The Charlotte Show which will be on MTV on Wednesday 30th January at Meadow Croft, Primrose Hill, Bournmoor. (Photo by Owen Humphreys/PA Images via Getty Images)
Charlotte Crosby launching her series The Charlotte Show (Owen Humphreys/PA Images via Getty Images)

Charlotte Crosby has confirmed that her dreams have finally come true as she is going on I’m A Celebrity – but it’s not the UK version.

The Geordie Shore star is a huge fan of the reality show and has been hankering after a hammock in the jungle for some time.

But after failing to make it onto the ITV series she has landed a spot on the Australian version.

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The series will see the celebs setting up camp in South Africa.

Crosby, 29, announced her news on Instagram, promising viewers “a WILD ride”.

She said: “Wondered why I’ve been quiet recently ?!?!


“Sitting here writing this not actually having a clue what to expect. All I no is this IS GUNNA BE CRAZY!

“Finally my dreams have come true and I don’t have to photoshop my head on the English line up anymore.”

“See you soon my jungle buddies get ready for a WILD ride,” she added.

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In 2016, Crosby claimed she was not wanted on the UK version of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

The star – who won the 12th series of Celebrity Big Brother - joked with her fans on Twitter that she was going to be a contestant on the show, even though she wasn’t.

She later told The Sun: “Everyone was so excited so I’m hoping it gave the producers the push to think they should let me on the show. My fans were so upset because they want us on.

“I can’t go on as they won’t have us, I’ve been banned because I was on Big Brother and they won’t follow suit.”

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