I'M A Celebrity's Jill Scott has revealed her next big TV job after being crowned the Queen of the jungle.
The I'm A Celeb 2022 cast have returned to civilian life and the world is Jill's oyster, with the Euro 2022 legend snapping up her first major TV role since he big win.
The former England footballer will join actor and presenter Robson Green as he turns a spotlight on their native North East in BBC2's Dirty Weekends.
Jill, 35, will assist the Northumberland born actor – star of Granchester and Extreme Fishing – on his quest to showcase the region.
Set against the backdrop of stunning scenery, it is promising "some good, clean fun".
Former Dragon's Den star and businesswoman Sara Davies, journalist and presenter Steph McGovern, hit podcaster and talk show co-host Rosie Ramsey and ex footballer Les Ferdinand also star in the series from January 23.
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It comes as the I'm A Celeb cast returned to their jobs following Jill's big win as fellow finalist and Hollyoaks star Owen Warner was spotted on set of the Channel 4 soap.
Chris Moyles is back on the Radio X airways and recently interviewed comic and campmate Seann Walsh.
However as some predicted Matt Hancock has announced he is quitting his MP role and Westminster to explore "exciting opportunities" outside Parliament.
His announcement landed shortly after the West Suffolk Conservative Association had branded him "not fit" to be the candidate at the next election.
Just days ago, Mr Hancock was insisting he had "no intention" of standing down.
Watch Robson Green’s Weekend Escapes on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer from Monday, 23rd January, 6.30pm 2023.
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