Holby City’s Rosie Marcel has revealed she has had had meetings about potentially going into the I’m A Celebrity, Get Me out of Here jungle.
Rosie has portrayed Jac Naylor in Holby City since November 2005, a character who has been in dire straits after she collapsed and has now been put in a medically induced coma.
So, if it is the case that Jac sadly dies in the hospital, perhaps this is Rosie’s chance to go into the jungle as more and more celebrities are rumoured to be joining the cast.
The actress said she would definitely consider going into the jungle, and even revealed she has been in "talks" with producers.
When probed more by the Loose Women panel about whether she would go in for the next series, set to air in the late autumn, she laughed and smiled, not revealing whether it would be sooner or later.
When Coleen Nolan asked about the jungle, Rosie said: "I have been, I’ve had a couple of meetings, I have spoken to them.
"It is something I would love to do actually at some point."
Anne Diamond then asked when, to which Rosie replied: "Oh, I don’t know!"
Chizzy Akudolu said, if it wasn’t sorted for this year, she would start a "campaign" to ensure her friend makes it into the show.
Chizzy was also full of her own revelations for fellow panelists Coleen, Anne and Gloria Hunniford, as she revealed she would be returning to the show for two months.
Rosie said of her co-star: "I t’s lovely. She’s just an amazing personality. She brings so much life to the set and it’s very dull without her.
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"When she left I was actually really heartbroken because we have such a lovely friendship and such a great friendship on screen as well. We really cried. We couldn’t do that last speech at all."
Representatives from ITV remained tightlipped about the line-up, but did not deny there had been discussion between the channel and Rosie.
This series will be the first without Ant McPartlin presenting, as it was revealed he would take the rest of 2018 off.
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV.
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