The This Morning presenter is currently co-hosting the ITV show alongside Rochelle Humes, who is stepping in for Holly Willoughby while she hosts this year’s I’m A Celeb.
And Schofield has now hinted that his regular presenting partner has been slipping him secrets about the reality show, suggesting that it could be adding two new celebrities very soon.
After watching a clip of the new campmates, Schofield teased that he may know who’s set to enter the jungle next.
He was also left bemused by Harry Rednkapp’s comments after he claimed he’d never seen the show before.
“How can you not know what you’re in for? I can understand maybe for the Americans, but for the Brits, you surely must know what you’re getting yourself in for?” said Schofield.
But he then added: “Then there are always the ones who come in later. Who will they be?”
Humes naturally felt compelled to ask her co-presenter if he knew anything about the late arrivals to the show, but Schofield remained tight-lipped.
“I couldn’t possibly say. I’m safe as houses when it comes to information like that. No chance,” he said.
“Holly Willoughby swore me to secrecy. There always are, that’s no big surprise. There are always people who drift in and out – there may not be, but there might be.”
The confirmed stars for this year’s line-up of I’m A Celeb so far include The Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack, Doctor Who star John Barrowman, former football manager Harry Redknapp, The X Factor runner up Fleur East and The Chase governess Anne Hegarty.
They’re also joined by DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles, The Vamps’ James McVey, Coronation Street actress Said Khan, Hollyoaks star Malique Thompson-Dwyer and former EastEnders actress Rita Simons.