The comedian and Loose Women panellist wrote in her column for OK! Magazine that a spot on the ITV reality series is not on her bucket list, despite previous reality TV experience on Strictly Come Dancing.
She said: "With all the rumours circulating about the upcoming series of I’m A Celebrity, I’ve been getting so many messages asking me to take part.
"I’m all for trying new things, but I’d need a lot of hypnotherapy sessions before I agree to that."
Watch: Sean Paul dances with Jud Love on Loose Women
She might not be experiencing it first-hand, but Love will definitely be watching as the show returns to Australia after two years at a Welsh castle due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I’m most excited about the fact that the show is moving back to Australia after all this time," Love wrote.
She added: "It’s going to be so much fun seeing how the contestants handle the spiders, crocodiles and creepy-crawlies.
"I feel like the Aussie climate might tempt more celebs to take part this year, so I can’t wait for the cast list to be announced."
As well as this winter's series of I'm a Celebrity, the team behind the show is also working on an All Stars series — bringing back famous celeb faces from previous iterations of the series.
Ant and Dec formally announced the All Stars series earlier this week, revealing that the special edition of the show is being filmed in South Africa and will air in 2023.
"It's going to be your favourite celebrities from the last 20 years, who are going back in to do it one more time in South Africa, said Declan Donnelly.
Watch: Ant and Dec announce All Stars series for I'm a Celebrity