Back in 2014, Jake entered the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ jungle less than a month after being eliminated from ‘The X Factor’, and it would appear he’s now getting reality withdrawals, and this time around he’s playing to win.
An insider told The Sun: “With ‘The Jump’ having such a track record for injuries, he’s definitely hoping it’ll be third time lucky!
“Jake is in prime physical condition and he loves a challenge. He was delighted to be approached and quite literally jumped at the chance of taking part.”
The full line-up for the upcoming fourth series of ‘The Jump’ is still to be announced, though Jake is now the ninth star to sign up for the Channel 4 show.
Earlier this week, former ‘Big Brother’ champion Josie Gibson confirmed reports that she was taking part in the series, and has already been snapped training for her stint on the most dangerous reality show on TV.
Last year, a whopping seven celebrities were forced to pull out of ‘The Jump’ due to injury, over the course of the six weeks it was on the air.
Davina McCall will once again be taking on presenting duties for the new series, which is expected to return to our screens early in 2017.