JORDAN North has given his social media fans a glimpse of his London flat before he swaps it for Gwrych Castle in Wales.
The Radio 1 DJ is set to appear in this year's I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! alongside Vernon Kay, Shane Ritchie and Corrie icon Beverly Collard.
But before he sets up shop in North Wales for the next few weeks, the 30-year-old has been giving his followers a sneak peek of his pad throughout lockdown.
The broadcaster's living room features crisp white walls with a grey couch and natural wooden floors.
The radio DJ, who hails from Burnley, kept the room's decor to a minimum with a simple white table and empty whiskey decanter set.
Jordan's apartment also boasts a white dining table in the open plan living and dining room, which he regularly uses to showcase his 'leftover' meals or 'picky tea for one'.
The BBC presenter's place also has a balcony, which features a raised wooden planter to grow some garden herbs.
Jordan is a radio presenter known for his regular 11am-1pm slots on Radio 1 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
He is also the main cover presenter for Scott Mills and Nick Grimshaw, when they're away.
North began his own podcast in 2018 named "Help I Sexted My Boss" in which he helps listeners with their dilemmas alongside his pal and etiquette guru William Hanson.
Jordan joins Olympian Sir Mo Farah, former Strictly star AJ Prtitchard and fellow BBC broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire to take on the Welsh Wilderness on the new series of I'm A Celeb.
In August 2020, The Sun revealed I'm A Celebrity 2020 is moving to the UK for the 2020 series.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and travel restrictions, ITV bosses swapped the Aussie jungle for Gwrych Castle and traded Kiosk Kev for the Woman in White.
New pictures of the set have revealed the ancient building has been transformed into a new camp, complete with areas for tasks which Ant and Dec will unveil this weekend.
The series, which begins this Sunday, will be two days shorter than usual after bosses took into account the cold weather and tough conditions.
It means this year’s finalists will have spent 20 days in camp, rather than the usual 22.
It was also revealed in January that spin-off show Extra Camp will not be returning due to high costs.
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