Lewis Capaldi has sent a message to the producers of I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Here, indicating that he may appear if they paid well enough.
Honestly? We’d be so down for this.
The celebrity reality series is moving back to Australia after two years in north Wales, and Lewis seems to have suggested that he’s up for giving it a go.
Posting on social media, the Someone You Loved singer said ‘Show me the money’ and tagged both I’m a Celebrity’s and ITV’s Twitter accounts.
Lewis’ tweet was made in response to a fan who said that ‘Lewis Capaldi would be absolutely class in I’m a Celeb.’
Never one to miss out on a joke, the recent Forget Me singer’s tweet has already got his fans begging for him to make an appearance in the future.
Another fan of the Before You Go hitmaker said, ‘I need this so badly’, and also tagged the official I’m a Celeb and ITV accounts.
Lewis is currently in the middle of enjoying yet more Official Charts success, after his latest single Forget Me became his third UK number one single.
The song went straight in at number one as a new entry, knocking Eliza Rose’s B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All) off the top after two weeks at the summit.
The Scottish singer has promoted his new single by posing in his underwear for two photoshoots and in the song’s music video.
Meanwhile, as I’m a Celebrity has been gearing up for its return to the Australian jungle, presenters Ant and Dec have been filming in South Africa.
The presenter duo confirmed that an I’m a Celebrity All-Stars series will be beginning in 2023, featuring previous jungle campmates.
In a video posted to Twitter, Dec said: ‘It’s probably the worst kept secret in television, but we can confirm we’re doing a very special series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in South Africa!’
No names have yet been confirmed but Gillian McKeith, Helen Flanagan, and Paul Burrell have all been linked with a return to the reality show.
McKeith, 62, provided one of the most infamous moments in jungle history when she fainted on live TV after being selected for a bushtucker trial.
Kerry Katona, who was victorious in 2004, and singer Peter Andre have both ruled themselves out, with both declining any potential invitations to come back.
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