Jenny Ryan has hinted she's going to sign up for 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!'.

Jenny Ryan

Jenny Ryan

'The Chase' quizzer - who is nicknamed The Vixen - took to Twitter after it was announced that this year's series will be held in the UK and she has told her followers "this could be a big opportunity" for her to take part, because she won't have to put up with the creepy crawlies Down Under and the blistering heat.

She wrote: "My main reservations about doing I'm A Celeb have always been 1. The Spiders 2. The Snakes 3, The Heat.

"So this could be a big opportunity for ol' Jenny. (sic)"

And fellow 'Chase' brainbox Anne Hegerty - who competed on 2018 series - told Jenny that she needn't worry about the snakes, spiders and heat because the camp is "very carefully" patrolled and because they sleep outside the hot weather isn't so bad.

She replied: "Outside of trials, 1. Spiders - only one big gravid one in overhang of pool, which no one used but me, 2. Snakes - nope, they patrol the camp perimeter very carefully, 3. Heat - less than you'd think, you're sleeping outside. (sic)"

It has just been revealed that the 2020 series will be filmed in North Wales.

As per The Sun newspaper's Bizarre TV column, this year's celebrity campmates will be swapping kangaroo balls for sheep balls when the series returns to screens later this year.

Instead of jetting Down Under, the stars and presenters Ant and Dec will be heading to the the village of Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch to a castle ruin, after the Covid-19 pandemic prevented the reality programme from being filmed out in New South Wales.

A source told the tabloid: "Ant and Dec and the same production team are all on board and everyone is 110 per cent dedicated to making this series as brilliant as all the others."

What's more, instead of being crowned King or Queen of the Jungle, the winner will be hailed King or Queen of the Castle.

Former 'EastEnders' actress Jacqueline Jossa won the 2019 series.