The first series saw the celebs go without sugar, but the challenge has been ramped up for the new show on ITV. Seven celebs will be taking on the challenge of living entirely without sugar, refined carbohydrates, cheap meat, bad fats and processed food for 15 days, for the second series, due to to air in January.
The celebs will be living in a farm worker’s cottage in Hampshire, doing hard graft in exchange for natural, wholesome food.
However, judging from the first clip of the show, reality TV stalwart Gemma doesn’t appear to be impressing everyone she meets, with Farmer Greedy (yes, really) at the end of his tether over her inability to complete a simple field task.
Other famous faces having a crack at this holistic break include former Doctor Who Peter Davison, former MP Ann Widdecombe, comedian Joe Pasquale, showbiz reporter Alison Hammond and BGT father-and-son finalists Stavros Flatley.
Gemma will be hoping for better luck this time around than with her experience in the jungle. Although she was one of the most high-profile contestants in the 2014 series of ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’, her stay saw her have a helicopter-based meltdown, deal with the delights of crocodile penis and then face fears of malaria before leaving after three days. She also entered the CBB house earlier this year.
The ‘TOWIE’ star has not been quiet of late, stepping up last week to discuss the controversial new inclusion of the term ‘Essex Girl’ in the dictionary.
During her chat with Kay Burley on Sky News, Gemma made her feelings known about the term, claiming the Dictionary - of which she is a “massive fan” - should be paying everybody in Essex compensation.