Lady C would only return to 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' for a "significant amount" of cash.

Lady C would only sign up for the jungle again for the right amount of cash

Lady C would only sign up for the jungle again for the right amount of cash

The 72-year-old socialite - whose full name is Georgia Arianna, Lady Colin Campbell - took part in the 15th series of the jungle-based reality show back in 2015, but left on medical grounds, and she admits she only did it for the paycheque.

She said: "I accepted them in 2015 because I had no interest in doing it for anything except the money. I found the experience extremely ­disagreeable, so it’s one I’d not be in a rush to repeat except for good money."

The Ant and Dec-hosted survival show - which is normally based in Australia - was forced to relocate to Gwrych Castle in North Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic, but is set to return for an 'All Stars' version in South Africa.

And Lady C claimed she would only sign up again if the price was right.

She told The Mirror: "I’d do it in Wales if they paid me £5million. I’d do it in South Africa if they paid me a bit less. It would still have to be a significant sum of money, ­otherwise I’m not interested."

'I'm A Celebrity: All Stars' is set to air on ITV later this year, and although memorable contestants such as 'Loose Women' star Stacey Solomon - who was crowned Queen of the Jungle back in 2010 - and 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' alum Caitlyn Jenner, who reached sixth place back in 2019, are reportedly wanted for a comeback, Lady C admitted she would not be happy to see her former fellow campmates Duncan Bannatyne or Tony Hadley return because they are "nonentities."

Asked if she would like to see the former Spandau Ballet frontman and ex 'Dragon's Den' investor back in the jungle for the spin-off show, she said: “They’re all nonentities!

They may be entities in their own world, but they are really nonentities generally, and quite frankly not one of them has a decent personality, so why would any of them be invited back? That’s the question I’d ask! There are genuinely interesting people they could ask, like [tennis champion] Martina Navratilova, who is a genuine celebrity and has ­genuinely interesting points of view!"