Lorraine Kelly denies 'I'm A Celebrity' rumours

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Lorraine Kelly won't be joining 'I'm a Celebrity'. (ITV)
Lorraine Kelly won't be joining 'I'm a Celebrity'. (ITV)

Lorraine Kelly has strongly denied rumours that she will be heading to Australia for the the next edition of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.

Taking to Twitter Kelly refuted the reports that she would be joining the reality show when it returns to ITV later this year.

She joked: "FFS – again another terrific show to watch but there’s no way on God’s green earth I’m eating a kangaroos bum hole in front of @antanddec (or indeed anyone – or alone – just no!)"

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The next series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here will also be the first in Australia since 2019 because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Ant and Dec host 'I'm a Celebrity'. (ITV)
Ant and Dec host 'I'm a Celebrity'. (ITV)

The last two stints of the show took place at Gwyrch Castle in Wales.

The castle, which is ran as a charity, recently thanked the show for letting it host the popular series: "As a small charity, we will always be grateful to ITV and I’m A Celebrity for the opportunity to host one of the most watched shows in the UK.

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"The show has showcased the true beauty of the Castle to millions of people, and has enabled us to carry out urgent repairs after years of neglect, vandalism and arson. We have a huge amount to do to bring the Castle back to its former glory, but we’re excited for the future!"

'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here' returns to ITV later this year. (ITV)
'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here' returns to ITV later this year. (ITV)

Last year's winner was Emmerdale star Danny Miller while former EastEnders actor won the show the last time it was in Australia.

There is also set to be an all-star spin-off of the show which will feature various contestants from past editions of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here.

A number of popular past contestants to be linked with the all-star series include Helen Flanagan, Paul Burrell and Gillian McKeith.

Watch below: Lorraine Kelly pays tribute to Dame Deborah James