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‘I'm A Celebrity': Edwina Currie To Make Surprise Arrival In The Jungle?

15/11/2014 11:25 GMT | Updated 15/11/2014 11:59 GMT

Edwina Currie is set to arrive in Australia for ‘I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Here’, two years after describing the show as “ritual humiliation”.

According to The Sun, Edwina’s had a change of heart, after reportedly being offered £110,000 to sign up.

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Edwina Currie

The paper states that bosses are hoping the former Tory minister dishes the dirt on her affair with John Major during her stay in the jungle.

When Nadine Dorries, a Tory MP, appeared on the show in 2012, Edwina was quick to criticise her, stating: “I don’t think she should be doing it.

“If Nadine seriously thinks they are going to allow her on to national TV on a game show like this talking about abortion, she’s got another think coming.”

A TV source has now told The Sun: “It is amazing that she [Edwina] has been convinced to do the show. She’s going to look a bit of a hypocrite now.

“Edwina is so opinionated there will definitely be fireworks in camp.”

At present, the confirmed ‘I’m A Celeb’ participants are all enjoying their last days of luxury, before leaving their lavish lifestyles behind for up to three weeks of rice and beans in the Aussie jungle.

‘TOWIE’ star Gemma Collins and Hugh Hefner’s former girlfriend Kendra Wilkinson are among this year’s celebrity campers.

The campers have already been split into two teams and fans can currently vote to decide who’ll go in the celebrity slammer upon arrival.

Viewers looking forward to seeing ‘bikini moments’ may be left disappointed though, as it’s been confirmed that the camp is currently overrun with leeches.

See all the celebrities who'll be setting up camp below...

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