Susanna Reid rules out a stay in the I'm A Celebrity jungle

Susanna Reid has insisted that she would “never” sign up for I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!

The Good Morning Britain presenter revealed on Twitter that although she is a big fan of the ITV reality show, she does not fancy a stint in the Aussie jungle herself.

She tweeted that she would be watching Joel Dommett, Scarlett Moffatt and Adam Thomas battle it out in the final, but said “I’d never do it”, adding a string of creepy crawly emojis.

Susanna, 45, is no stranger to reality television – she competed on Strictly Come Dancing in 2013 and was a runner-up.

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