SPOILER ALERT: 'I'm A Celebrity' to see return of former campmate

SPOILER ALERT: 'I'm A Celebrity' to see return of former campmate

A former Jungle contestant is set to make a return to 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'

The ex-Corrie actress Helen Flanagan is making her way to the jungle in Australia in a plot by bosses to boost ratings on ITV2 spin-off show 'Get Me Out Of Here! NOW!' after she won over viewers during her stint as a contestant last year.

SPOILER ALERT: 'I'm A Celebrity' to see return of former campmate

Helen is due to land in Australia over the weekend and it's reported producers are hoping to convince her to take part in a trial when she makes an appearance on Monday night.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Helen's TV gold, so we want to make the most of her while she's here."

Helen appeared to confirm her return as she took to Twitter to complain about her jet lag and share her excitement about seeing old pals this morning.

She wrote: "Not going to lie this flight has sent me under.

"Looking forward to see Charlie and Emma tommorow the Flanagan is back haha xxx (sic)."

The 23-year-old beauty also had a mishap ahead of her flight as she nearly lost her passport on the way to the airport after leaving it on the roof of her car.

She wrote: "I've been driving around motor ways with my passport on the roof #disturbing(sic)."

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