Britain's Got Talent star Jordan Banjo is reportedly being lined up to appear on a brand new I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! spin-off show, alongside the likes of Myleene Klass and Dean Gaffney.

Diversity star Jordan, 29, appeared on the hit reality TV show back in 2016, alongside stars such as Carol Vorderman and Scarlett Moffatt, and is now gearing up to re-enter the jungle, according to The Sun.

The new All Stars spin-off series will be filmed in South Africa and ITV bosses are eager to sign up ex-campmates who stood out during their time in the jungle.

Jordan is said to be firmly on bosses' radar as they hope he will "bring plenty of banter" to the All Stars series.

A source told The Sun: “ITV hope that Jordan will bring plenty of banter to their highly anticipated first All Stars series.

“He’s always up for a laugh and should have no problem keeping morale high in the camp."

The insider then went on to detail what ITV bosses are looking for and why they think Jordan would be a good fit for the new show.

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They said: “There was some concern that there wouldn’t be as much drama on an All Stars season, given that all the celebs have already been on the show and know what to expect.

“So they want to really make sure there is a good mix of fun personalities that will be entertaining to watch, even if everyone is getting along. Jordan will help create those high-energy moments," the source added.

Other celebrities rumoured to be taking part in the I'm A Celebrity spin-off series include Shaun Ryder, Gillian McKeith and Paul Burrell.

ITV bosses are reportedly ecstatic to be sorting out deals with some of their fan-favourite former campmates, with more celebs who starred on the show reportedly fighting to get involved.

One insider, speaking to The Mirror, said: “There are plenty who weren’t too scarred by the whole experience to give it another go with a bunch of different campmates.”

EastEnders actor Dean Gaffney has reportedly already signed his contract for All Stars, with a A source telling The Sun: “Dean is regarded as one of the best contestants the show has ever had. When the All Stars show was first mooted he was a name that everyone wanted to get on board.

They added: “It’s taken some time but he’s now signed on the dotted line and will be on the plane to South Africa with some other show greats. Everyone is chuffed.”


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