Scott was named Queen of the Jungle after getting to the final along with Owen Warner and the former health secretary.
The football star also elaborated on her feelings towards the controversial MP who oversaw the UK's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Scott said: "My knowledge of politics isn’t actually that good so once in jungle everyone puts their jungle outfits on and we were all one team. He was going and getting the stars and feeding us so I was happy."
She then reiterated that she hadn't heard from him: "I haven’t had a message off him yet, that’s the truth."
In response Coleen Nolan had a little dig at Hancock, remarking: "Or maybe it’s because you are a winner and he is a loser."
Scott appeared to have a good time on the daytime talk show as she tweeted about her experience afterwards, saying: "Thanks for having me @loosewomen enjoyed every minute!"
At one point during her stay on the reality show, Scott told campmate Charlene White as part of a secret task that she found Loose Women "depressing" when it covered heavy topics.
Before retiring earlier this year, Scott was a member of the England women's team that won Euro 2022 in June.
At the time of her retirement, she was England's second most capped player ever. On a club level, Scott played for Sunderland, Everton, Manchester City and Aston Villa winning nine trophies.
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV1.
Watch below: Lioness Jill Scott crowned Queen of the Jungle on I'm a Celebrity 2022.