04/12/2016 10:01 GMT | Updated 05/12/2016 13:07 GMT

'I'm A Celebrity': Scarlett Moffatt ALREADY At The Centre Of 'TV Bidding War' That Could Earn Her 'Millions'

'This is her chance to be known for being on TV in her own right.'

Scarlett Moffatt already looks set to earn a pretty penny once her time in the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ jungle is up, with reports claiming her TV career is already mapped out for her.

The ‘Gogglebox’ star has won over viewers throughout her time in the jungle, making it down to the final three contestants, alongside comedian Joel Dommett and ‘Emmerdale’ actor Adam Thomas.

According to The Sun, Scarlett - who already served as a presenter on Capital Radio in the North East - is at the centre of a bidding war between Channel 4 and ITV, which could be about to earn her “millions”.

Scarlett Moffatt

An insider told the newspaper: There has even been talk of her fronting her own TV show. Scarlett will be ecstatic. She went into the jungle in the hope that it would lead to TV work.

“This is her chance to go from someone known for watching TV on her sofa to someone known for being on TV in her own right.”

Exactly what this means for her future on ‘Gogglebox’ remains to be seen, as Scarlett is currently expected to be returning to the Channel 4 show next year.

Last year’s ‘I’m A Celebrity’ winner, Vicky Pattison, managed to use the show to completely turn around the public’s opinion of her, bagging her a place on on the ‘Loose Women’ panel as well as serving as a panellist on the Channel 5 show, ‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’.

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Vicky Pattison

More recently, she co-hosted the ‘I’m A Celebrity’ spin-off show, ‘Extra Camp’, along with past champions Joe Swash and Stacey Solomon, plus comedian Chris Ramsey.

Find out whether Scarlett has what it takes to succeed Vicky on the Jungle throne in this year’s ‘I’m A Celebrity’ final, on Sunday (4 December) at 9pm on ITV.

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