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Olivia Attwood says she is having fun with watching I’m A Celeb

Olivia Attwood mentioned she is having fun with watching I’m A Celeb…Get Me Out of Right here! after leaving the present early as a contestant.

The previous Love Island contestant, 31, was pressured to withdraw from the ITV present after a routine blood check confirmed she had low sodium and potassium ranges, whereas additionally flagging anaemia.

She was requested on Tuesday at a The Solar’s Who Cares Wins Awards, hosted by Davina McCall – which occurred at The Roundhouse in North London, about leaving the present.

Attwood mentioned: “I’ve been maintaining as a lot as I can, I’ve acquired lots occurring…I’m having fun with it, Jill (Scott) is gorgeous, Owen (Warner) is gorgeous.

“I feel it’s really exhausting to select a winner at this level. And clearly Chris (Moyles) I acquired on effectively with as effectively…It’s exhausting to name.”

Attwood beforehand advised the Mail On Sunday that when her checks had been repeated in hospital, they got here again regular, nevertheless the choice was made that she wouldn’t re-enter the camp.

On touchdown again within the UK, the TV star had extra blood checks, which once more got here again tremendous.

A present spokesman beforehand mentioned: “The medical staff has suggested it isn’t protected for Olivia to return to camp as there must be additional investigation.”

Attwood additionally added on the Solar’s occasion that former well being secretary Matt Hancock’s addition to the Australian jungle has been “controversial” and “tough to navigate” for the celeb campmates.

“Finally, you’ve acquired to reside with that individual haven’t you, so that you don’t need to not get alongside,” Attwood added.

Al Murray, Mark Owen and Ellie Simmonds all dominated themselves out of future collection of I’m A Celeb.

Take That singer Owen mentioned: “I couldn’t try this. I’ve seen it on the tv, it’s not for me.”

Comic Murray mentioned: “I’d by no means do one thing like that, I can say that categorically, I’m not an fool.

He added: “It’s been fairly good enjoyable watching Matt Hancock undergo…it’s been thrilling (this season).”

Paralympian Simmonds, who was on Strictly Come Dancing,  mentioned she thinks she wouldn’t do another celeb exhibits, however “enjoys” watching them.

“Strictly was my favorite, I all the time needed to do (it),” she added.

Whereas, British gymnast Max Whitlock mentioned he might have “discussions” sooner or later about showing on the present however for now he’s in coaching.

The 29-year-old six-time Olympic medallist added that he’s a “large fan” and has been “loving” I’m A Celeb this 12 months.

It was confirmed in September there will likely be an all-star collection of I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out Of Right here! hosted from South Africa subsequent 12 months.

Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly additionally confirmed that well-known names from the final 20 years of the ITV present will return to compete.

Joey Essex, who was on I’m A Celeb within the UK in 2013 and within the Australian model in 2022, was requested about showing on the all stars model.

He mentioned: “I’m unsure. By no means say by no means.”

The previous The Solely Approach is Essex (Towie) star additionally mentioned: “I’m simply concentrating on Dancing On Ice… (it’s my) essential focus in life.

Essex additionally mentioned his accomplice Vanessa Bauer “appears to save lots of me once I fall” and his accidents are therapeutic and are taking place much less typically.

“I simply really feel prefer it was good timing actually, since you’ve acquired to be dedicated to a present like this,” he added.

“You may’t simply be thrown into six months of ice coaching and never be totally dedicated…I’m there an hour and a half early each day.”

I’m A Celeb… Get Me Out Of Right here! continues at 9pm on ITV1.

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