"This is not an apology, it’s yet another excuse for appalling behaviour, followed by another attack on me."
Bailey recently cast doubt on the former Countdown host's credentials as a "serious political commentator" due to her Instagram activity.
The former Countdown star also had some choice words for "lying coward" Boris Johnson.
The former Countdown host stepped down from her BBC Wales show last month as she was "not prepared to stop" criticising the current government.
"I’m not prepared to lose my voice on social media... or lose the ability to express the strong beliefs I hold about the political turmoil this country finds itself in."
Stars from Heartstopper and Strictly Come Dancing will also be paying a visit to the werk room this time around.
Nearly 300 celebrities have passed through the doors to the Strictly ballroom since it began in 2004.
The first ever I'm A Celebrity "legend" will be crowned in Friday night's finale.
Carol Vorderman, Paul Burrell and Helen Flanagan are all among the returning campmates.
"What are you meant to do, you can’t call him a… in the royal box, can you?" the Countdown host said.