Richard Arnold is heading to Australia after landing an 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' role.
The 'Good Morning Britain' entertainment editor will be going Down Under this week to report on the new series of the ITV show, which will see the likes of 'This Morning' star Josie Gibson and former UKIP leader Nigel Farage enter the camp.
Speaking on 'GMB' on Tuesday (14.11.23), he said: "I’m not going to be here for the next three weeks.
"I’m off, I’ve got the hat which clearly doesn’t fit.
"More like Windy Miller, for those that are old enough to remember. I’m not going in [to the jungle], but I thought I’d stay in a hotel just around the corner!"
Richard will be getting all the latest gossip from the campmates' family members in Australia.
He added: "I’ll be rubbing shoulders with the friends and family for three weeks, possibly having the odd refreshing beverage but making sure I’m sober by 4 o’clock.
"Breakfast TV made at four o’clock in the afternoon, utter bliss.
"It’s a fun gig. I’ve done it a couple of times before, but it’s when you find yourself having a drink with Stanley Johnson, or you’re minding Becky Vardy’s children, which I ended up doing. It’s quite surreal."
Richard is no stranger to chatting to TV stars in his 'GMB' role, and can often be seen on a soap set interviewing the cast ahead of a special episode.
Former 'EastEnders' actress Danielle Harold is one of the 10 stars who will enter the jungle on Sunday (19.11.23), but she hopes her fellow former Albert Square residents won't vote for her to do all of the Bushtucker Trials.
She said: "They are going to love it when they find out I’m doing this.
"And I’m sure they won’t be able to wait for me to get back and take the mickey out of me!
"I am looking forward to getting stuck into the trials but at the same time, I hope they don’t vote for me to do all of them!
"There is always someone every year who people love to watch and I hope it isn’t me."