Olivia Attwood won't return to the 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' jungle this year after she landed a huge new job.

Olivia Attwood 'won't return to I'm A Celebrity after landing biggest role of career on new show'

Olivia Attwood 'won't return to I'm A Celebrity after landing biggest role of career on new show'

The 32-year-old former 'Love Island' star took part in the ITV show last year but she was removed on medical grounds after 24 hours when a routine blood test showed signs of anaemia.

While Olivia has since admitted she would love to return to Australia for another crack at the programme, she isn't thought to be able to make the filming schedule work this year after signing up for a new ITV show instead.

Olivia has reportedly been offered a six-figure deal to front a dating show, and she is said to have "jumped at the chance" to host the programme.

A source told MailOnline: "Olivia was so upset when she had to suddenly leave the jungle last year ... everyone saw how incredibly disappointed she was.

"She had been in discussions with ITV to return to 'I'm A Celeb' for months, both sides wanted it to work because it was unfair that her time on the show was cut so short when it was always her dream to take part.

"But the opportunity to front a brand-new dating show on ITV came along and she jumped at the chance."

Details of the programme are being kept under wraps for now, but it is already being talked about as the "next big dating series since 'Love Island'".

The source added: "The show is tipped to be the next big dating series since 'Love Island' but centred more around exploring relationships, so it is a real full circle moment for Olivia.

"She adores presenting but also loves reality television and has never forgotten the platform that 'Love Island' has given her ... this new role perfectly marries the two."

Last month, Olivia admitted she "would love" to have a second chance at 'I'm A Celebrity' because she has "unfinished business" on the series.

Speaking on ITV's 'Lorraine', she said: "I turned out to be absolutely fine but they were being careful, they were doing their jobs and looking after me.

"At some point, I would love to return. Unfinished business!"