Williams game for ‘I’m A Celebrity…’ appearance

Robbie Williams wants to appear on 'I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!'.

The 'Bodies' singer has reportedly begged ITV bosses to send him to the jungle for the ninth series of the reality show, which is due to kick off in November.

The 35-year-old star said: "I really like 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' It'd be fun to go on."

Other contestants rumoured to be joining Robbie in the Australian jungle include former stage 'Oliver!' star Mark Lester, actor Brian Blessed, siblings of Michael Jackson Tito and LaToya, glamour models Samantha Fox and Nicola T, snooker player Jimmy White and soap actress Kara Tointon.

Robbie is also planning a reality TV series based on his girlfriend Ayda Field's mother Gwen.

He explained: "She's s really amazing lady. She lives in this beautiful, constructed world of her own. She's a documentary all by herself or better still a reality show that I want to make happen."

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