Jordan Banjo has been tipped to return to the jungle for the All Stars spin-off of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
According to The Sun, the Diversity star signed a deal to return to the show, which will reportedly be filmed in South Africa.
A source told the outlet: “ITV hope that Jordan will bring plenty of banter to their highly anticipated first All Stars series.”
“[ITV] want to really make sure there is a good mix of fun personalities that will be entertaining to watch, even if everyone is getting along,” the source added.
“Jordan will help create those high-energy moments.”
Earlier this month, it was reported that 2017 winner Georgia Toffolo is also set to return to the jungle for the highly anticipated All Stars spin-off.
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is set to return to Australia this year after being filmed in Gwrych Castle in Wales for the past two years.
Meanwhile, the All Stars version is rumoured to take place in South Africa, with iconic duo Ant and Dec returning to host the show of legendary past contestants.
It’s though that the new spin-off will be a slightly shorter two weeks, as opposed to it’s the usual structure of three weeks.
The spin-off will reportedly see other iconic contestants such as Myleene Klass, Gillian McKeith and Shaun Ryder return to the jungle.
EastEnders’ Dean Gaffney and Paul Burrell are also thought to be joining the line-up.
Iconic socialite Lady C, who appeared on the show in 2015, and 2017 contestant, boxer Amir Khan are also tipped for the show.
When the show was announced, a source told MailOnline: “The team behind I’m A Celebrity are making a brand new spin off of the hit series featuring the most loved, favourite campmates from previous years.”
“The campmates will be doing trials and living in the camp environment, but with fresh and exciting new twists, and they will have a hand in their own destiny through a series of internal votes and challenges.”
“The new edition is likely to air in 2023 but before that viewers will get to enjoy the show’s much anticipated return to Australia in November.”